Are We There Yet. Students understand and apply the concepts of median and mean. Party Mode Authored by Kristy Rousseau. I then taught a brief lesson on asteroids.
Students use simple strategies to determine meaning and increase vocabulary for reading, including the use of suffixes. Flowering Fractions Authored by Roseanne Phillips.
Allow students to briefly give their initial reactions to the story before going on. After reading the book show the class how to divide bananas into thirds, strawberries into halves and apples into fourths.
Trading Game Authored by Sandi King. Students explore patterns while multiplying and dividing by 9. There are noises all around you. Hotel 6 Authored by Diana Bentz. Students display data using a circle graph. Students multiply and divide to solve real-world problems.
C, N, P, W Game: Students arrange events in chronological order. To extend this activity into a problem solving activity, ask your students to figure out how many eyes there are in the whole class. Trailblazing Introductions Authored by Laurie Ayers.
Students describe symmetry in two-dimensional shapes. Pete's Polygons Authored by Paulette Boggs. Why Can't I Win.
Sunrise Sunset Authored by Sandi King. Each group LOVED reading all about the moon in these readers and then extended their knowledge with my other books that I have. Congruent or Not Authored by Randy Russell. Students learn to use an on-line calculator to determine the mean and range. Students explore positive and negative numbers.
Stop at various points along the way and invite volunteers to share what they sense. Anglemania Authored by Laurie Ayers. Students examine the characteristics of an insect. Students classify whole numbers as odd or even. Make sure students again have access to pictures books and their Write Like Handout from the day before to use as resources.
Animal Legs Authored by Sandi King. Students practice addition facts to Is That A Fact. Checking Division Authored by Sandi King. That's Right Authored by Kaye Maddox. Students explore ordinal positions. As a quick whole group activity, my students came up and reached into the bag and took out one star each.
Coins for Candy Authored by Sandi King. Students know the value of numbers when written in standard form or expanded notation. Use either the ReadWriteThink Flip Book or Stapleless Book to publish the examples of sensory writing that students find in texts as well as examples of sensory writing from their own work.
Then have a helper pour a half a bag of flour on top of it. My Place Authored by Sandi King. The 5 Senses Science Activities and Experiments.
The best way to learn and understand the five senses is to put them to use with these hands-on science experiments and activities. Using our five senses tells us a lot about our surroundings. With this festive activity, have your students share with their peers the things they touch, hear, smell, see, and taste that remind them about Autumn!
This interactive worksheet is great for elementary grade. This Adjective Worksheet - Five Senses teaches that adjectives are words that give us more information about nouns (people, places, and things.).
Engage your class in a fun, hands on experience learning all about the five senses! This is a perfect science unit for Kindergarten, First Grade, and Second Grade classrooms and is packed full of five senses activities, math centers, and language arts extensions. The 5 Senses Science Activities and Experiments.
Ready, set, hear, see, touch, smell and taste! Exploring the five senses is not only exciting for kids but extremely important to their developing brain. This is an adorable, highly engaging activity.
Students will use their 5 senses to investigate and make observations about popcorn. This product includes detailed instructions, large colorful pieces to be used during interactive writing, and a student recording sheet.5 senses writing activity for grade