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  • From "ant" to "trees".
  • Practice writing by copying these sentences about the rain forest.
  • Practice writing by copying these sentences about the rain forest.
  • Practice writing by copying these sentences about the rain forest.
  • Pictures with words make these six cards useful for a variety of activities: flashcards, picture prompts, etc. Print two sets for a memory game.
  • Use this 'Color and Write: Pith Helmet (elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Color and Write: Pith Helmet (elem)'. Draw a picture of yourself wearing this pith helmet, then write about what you would like to see hiking through the rain forest. Includes narrow lines for writing.
  • "I see an ant." Color illustrations of animals native to the rain forest habitat.
  • From "boa" to "tree frog". These vocabulary building word strips with pictures are great for word walls, sentence strips, spelling and vocabulary practice. Small signs with name of animal and a cute picture. Use for flashcards or games.
  • Define and review the concept of a biome.
  • [member-created document] This document was made with the abcteach Shape Book tool. This is a research book created by a third grade teacher. The book is a final project in a unit on rain forests. The unit was split into 3 main categories plant, animals, and people.
  • Help find the sea turtle.
  • Help the kiwi find the earthworm.
  • Comprehension questions and writing prompts to review Helen Cowcher's story of a rain forest from the animals' point of view. Common Core: ELA - RL5.6, RL4.6
  • Use this 'Word Search: Afternoon on the Amazon' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Word Search: Afternoon on the Amazon'. Featuring vocabulary from Mary Pope Osborne's 6th Magic Tree House book (this word scramble can be used without the book). Comprehension questions for this book are available on our member site.
  • Use this 'Unscramble the Words: Afternoon on the Amazon' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Unscramble the Words: Afternoon on the Amazon'. Featuring vocabulary from Mary Pope Osborne's 6th Magic Tree House book (this word scramble can be used without the book). Comprehension questions for this book are available on our member site.
  • Six labeled cards with color photos of various rain forest insects.
  • Six labeled cards with color photos of various rain forest reptiles.
  • Six labeled cards with color photos of various rain forest amphibians.
  • Six labeled cards with color photos of various rain forest birds.
  • A rebus story followed by comprehension questions. Good for primary or early readers.
  • This Number & Operations in Base Ten - Rainforest Theme (grade 3) Math Mats is perfect to practice number and operation skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Number & Operations in Base Ten - Rainforest Theme (grade 3) Math Mats. Five colorful math mats and cards for practice in rounding numbers to the nearest ten and hundred; adding and subtracting within one thousand; and multiplying by tens. Printable manipulatives are included or you can use erasers or counters. CC: Math: 3.NBT.1-3
  • "I see an ant." Line drawings of animals native to the rain forest habitat.
  • Use this 'Crossword: Afternoon on the Amazon' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Crossword: Afternoon on the Amazon'. Featuring vocabulary from Mary Pope Osborne's 6th Magic Tree House book (this crossword can be used without the book). Comprehension questions for this book are available on our member site.
  • Follow the simple pattern to make an iguana for use with a unit on reptiles, rain forest animals, or the letter I.
  • Use this 'Writing Activity: A Trip to the Rain Forest (elem/upper elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Writing Activity: A Trip to the Rain Forest (elem/upper elem)'. Write a booklet report about a real or imaginary trip to the rain forest. These pages include directions for writing specific information about your trip, including animals, people, and sights, and daily journal pages. Prompts develop narrative, persuasive, and descriptive writing skills.
  • Use this 'Book: Dr. Seuss' The Lorax (primary/elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Book: Dr. Seuss' The Lorax (primary/elem)'. Imagine yourself in the Truffula forest... Wonder what the Once-ler thinks of all his money... Finish verses with your own Seussian nonsense names... Enjoy the Lorax word find. You'll find these activities and more in this accompaniment to Dr. Seuss's cautionary classic, "The Lorax"!