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  • "The rodeo is coming to town!" A very simple reading comprehension.
  • Use this 'Missing Letters: Cowboy Theme' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Missing Letters: Cowboy Theme'. From "la_ _ o" to "l_ngh_rn" (word bank included)
  • This Country Dancers B&W clipart is great to illustrate your teaching materials. As an abcteach member you have unlimited access to our 22,000+ clipart illustrations and can use them for commercial use. This Country Dancers B&W clipart is provided in jpeg format.
  • Use this 'Writing Prompt: Cowboy/Rodeo (upper elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Writing Prompt: Cowboy/Rodeo (upper elem)'. Four pages of writing prompts and other activities related to writing and poetry, with a cowboy/rodeo theme.
  • Use this 'Color and Write: Rodeo' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Color and Write: Rodeo'. A picture of a cowboy leaning against a fence to color and wide lines to write.
  • This Rodeo Picture Graph is perfect to practice graphing skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Rodeo Picture Graph. Students practice reading basic graphs with this rodeo-themed worksheet.
  • Use this 'Spelling: Rodeo (primary)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Spelling: Rodeo (primary)'. Something for cowboys and cowgirls. Learn vocabulary with this fun set: a word search, word scramble, cloze exercise, and more. From "boots" to "stirrups".
  • Read the "Great American Rodeo" advertisement and answer the comprehension questions; practice distinguishing between fact and opinion; then write about your own rodeo experiences.
  • From "cow" to "rodeo". Lower case, no diagonals, easy.
  • It's rodeo time! Students find all the important information in this poster... and then make a poster of their own.
  • Read the bicycle rodeo poster and the bicycle safety tips, and answer the questions.
  • From "bandana" to "western". Lower case, easy.
  • From "bandana" to "whip".
  • From "bandana" to "whip".
  • From "bandit" to "whip".
  • From "bandana" to "whip".
  • From "bandana" to "saddle", these vocabulary building word strips with pictures are great for word walls, sentence strips, spelling and vocabulary practice.
  • This Cowboy Subtraction (upper elem) Word Problems is perfect to practice problem solving skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Cowboy Subtraction (upper elem) Word Problems. "Cowboy Jake is competing in a rodeo. In the last event, a bull kicks him in the arm and breaks it, but he still wins $144 in all. How much does he have left after he pays a doctor $66 to put his arm in a cast?"
  • Trace and cut out this wide lined covered wagon pattern for a great shapebook.
  • Color this picture of an ox-drawn covered wagon with a family walking alongside.
  • Use this 'Acrostic Form: Covered Wagon' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Acrostic Form: Covered Wagon'. Write a covered wagon acrostic poem.
  • Color this picture of a cowboy hat. Use for shapebooks, bulletin boards, booklet covers, etc., or trace and cut out for a great shapebook.
  • Drawing of a cowgirl riding a horse, in profile.
  • From "boots" to "stirrup".
  • Unlined paper with a "Wanted Poster" style border for students to make their own.
  • Great to put kids pictures in for a bulletin board.
  • Create a pattern for the boots to match your own style and personality.
  • [member-created with abctools] From "bronco" to "tumbleweed"
  • Looking for children's books about rodeos, cowboys, or the "wild west"? Here's a list of fiction (for ages 4-16) to get you started!
  • "What time do the cowboys get up?" Read the clock and answer the questions.
  • "Cowboy Tom helped at a roundup. The first week, he caught 61 cows. The second week he caught only nine. How many did he catch altogether?" Five problems, simple addition.
  • "Cowboy Tom catches two bulls. Cowboy Mike catches five bulls. How many bulls do they catch altogether?"
  • "A stagecoach can drive ten miles per hour. How far can it drive in one hour? How far in two hours? How far in nine hours?" All problems feature skip counting by 10s.
  • "Cowboy Tom ropes thirteen cows and puts them into a corral. He forgets to shut the gate and seven escape. How many are left?"
  • "Cowboy Tom ropes seven cows and puts them into a corral. He forgets to shut the gate and four escape. How many are left?"
  • This Cowboy Addition (upper elem) Word Problems is perfect to practice problem solving skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Cowboy Addition (upper elem) Word Problems. "Cowboy Tom helped at a roundup. He earned $1.50 for every cow he caught. The first week, he caught 99 cows. The second week he caught 273. How many did he catch altogether?" Five addition problems.