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  • Fun collage activity instruction and list of materials needed.
  • Keep track of things with this simple journal form. (Today is... I...)
  • "Frank ran down to the beach." Realistic fiction followed by multiple choice comprehension questions.
  • Use this 'Acrostic Form: Dad' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Acrostic Form: Dad'. Use this colorful form to let Dad know how special he is. Students start with a word that begins with D, A, and D. Great for Father's Day.
  • Predict whether an object will float or sink. Students make and test hypotheses with this simple experiment. Includes detailed instructions and pages for recording predictions and results.
  • "My family goes to the lake every summer in July." A realistic fiction reading comprehension.

  • Instructions for performing an experiment to learn about evaporation.
  • Use this 'Acrostic Form: Flag' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Acrostic Form: Flag'. Write an acrostic poem about the flag. With a picture to color.
  • Cut out the six school items and paste them on the matching squares on the board. Print out two copies to create a matching game.
  • Cut out the six school items and paste them on the matching squares on the board.
  • This mini-unit features plenty of practice for rounding to whole numbers. Common Core: 4.NBT.A.3
  • This unit is a great enhancement to a nutrition lesson, and also works well as a "stand alone". Based on the 2005 food pyramid guide, and featuring imaginative writing prompts, real-life nutrition analysis, graphing, and more.
  • Using small squares of colored paper, student paste the paper to the stick figure template. Each student's work will reflect their likes and personalities.
  • Use this 'Log: Summer Reading (elementary)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Log: Summer Reading (elementary)'. This form enables students to track titles and authors of what they read. Narrower lines and a cute graphic of children reading under a tree.
  • Use this 'Color and Write: Summer Camp Booklet (elem/upper elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Color and Write: Summer Camp Booklet (elem/upper elem)'. Six fun pages with pictures to color and space to write a short story.
  • Record the height, weight, and age of a student.
  • Use this 'Rebus: The Beach (full color) (k-1)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Rebus: The Beach (full color) (k-1)'. A rebus story of activities at the beach with word recognition matching activity and yes no answer questions.
  • Colorful game board: Reinforces use of the words "go", "to", and "the".
  • Paper bag puppet. Perfect for Fire Safety Month!

  • A simple form for interviewing a grandparent. Works well as part of a "family" unit or as a stand-alone project. Works well with our abcWorkshop online.
  • Use four of the five senses to explore the community, tracking what can be seen, heard, smelled, and felt throughout a neighborhood on this handy chart.
  • Solar energy, wind energy, geothermal energy, hydropower, and biomass energy.
  • Pitching an ideal summer is more than just pitching a tent... this unit takes students through a step-by-step planning and "pitch" of an ideal summer vacation, including needs assessment, time management, cost analysis, writing a persuasive letter, and more.
  • A four-part project, easily tailored to the time and interest of the students, for researching, planning, designing, and presenting the ultimate theme park.
  • Fun school pictures and words make these flashcards useful for school activities.
  • This game reviews the rules of bicycle safety, within the framework of a fun board game. Includes directions, gameboard and game cards.
  • This game reviews the rules of fire safety, within the framework of a fun board game. Includes directions, gameboard and game cards.
  • Match images of fruits and vegetables with proper word.
  • This Castle Shapes Board Game (color) is perfect to practice geometry skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Castle Shapes Board Game (color). Spin the wheel and advance to the corresponding shape. This colorful castle-themed game is a fun way to master basic shapes.
  • Use this 'Daily Reading Log (all ages)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Daily Reading Log (all ages)'. This handy table form enables students to track what they are reading and how much, and also develops summary skills. One form is with graphics, one without.
  • Instructions for making a family tree, including a form; a reading comprehension for reading a family tree; hints for mapping genetic traits and four great suggestions for take-home family tree projects.
  • This Watermelon Number Matching Board Game (b/w) is perfect to practice number matching skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Watermelon Number Matching Board Game (b/w). Match the numbers to the watermelon seeds.
  • This Watermelon Number Matching Board Game (color) is perfect to practice number matching skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Watermelon Number Matching Board Game (color). Match the numbers to the watermelon seeds.
  • A painted domino attaches to a clip to make a cute way to show school spirit. A great "back to school" craft!
  • This Savings Jar (elem/upper elem) Craft is perfect to practice money skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Savings Jar (elem/upper elem) Craft. Suggestions for making a family savings jar. Save up for your next vacation!
  • Various bike safety rules, each on a card.
  • Dominoes with bike safety tips (with full color pictures) instead of dots.
  • Suggestions for an activity to introduce young children to the concepts of size and volume with recycled cans. This activity is a fun, hands on teaching idea!
  • A poster explains simple electrical circuits; this is followed by a clear, detailed reading comprehension exercise; practice work for drawing in missing wires to complete the circuits concludes the lesson.
  • Problem solving with a "Back to School" theme. A variety of math skills are needed.