FREE Women's History Month activities. Read about 14 little-known and important female historical figures. Perfect for any grade (5-12) for ELA or Social Studies. Pair the 9 full-page articles about 14 important women in history with 2 reusable reading response worksheets to teach reading literature and informational text common core skills! The articles and activities can be completed independently with older students or as a whole-class activity with younger students.
Great editable classroom materials @teachersherpa The Easter Opinion Writing Activities package contains twelve opinion writing prompts and three graphic organizers. Give students the choice of writing prompts or assign all students the same prompts. You decide! After students have their topic, give them the graphic organizer that matches their learning needs. There are three graphic organizers included in this package of materials. After students map out their piece of writing using the…
These Dr. Seuss Task Cards include 18 short writing tasks and a recording sheet. Students look at each task and record their response on the recording sheet. Prompts are about a variety of Seuss characters and books focusing on the creativity of the writer! Easy Engagement!
This product is a collection of resources for use when teaching students how to write poetry. These are not lesson plans. The products supplement your lesson or unit on writing poetry and are designed with a selection of December themed decorated sheets. Specific types of poetry are Acrostic, Haiku, Diamante, Cinquain, and Couplet Included in the packet...mini-posters for display, worksheets for practicing writing poetry. and a collection of seasonal decorated sheets for writing poetry
Word of the Day Template (4th Grade) Using this template is easy! Print off as many as you want and cut them in half (2 templates per page.) Have the students write in a word in the bubble (that you chose) and go through the word together learning all the different components! Do this each day with a new word and have the students keep them in a folder or journal! The student's vocabulary will increase dramatically!