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  • Use this 'High Frequency Spelling: Level K, Unit 4' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'High Frequency Spelling: Level K, Unit 4'. Review of high frequency Level K spelling units 1-3. Description: Worksheets to help learn these spelling words: can, look, the, see, you, will. Cloze exercise, word search, missing letters and more!
  • Students learn useful weather-related vocabulary, chart local weather for a week and graph the results, and look at clouds from both sides (scientific and artistic).
  • Start the year right by helping students look at themselves and their goals for the coming year with these pages of open-ended and wide-ranging questions about interests and goals.
  • "Once upon a time there were Five Chinese Brothers and they all looked exactly alike..." Reinforce the vocabulary and review comprehension of Claire Huchet Bishop's retelling of a Chinese folktale.
  • Draw the tree as it might look in autumn, and write an acrostic poem.
  • StalaCtites on the Ceiling, stalaGmites on the Ground. Use this magnifying glass graphic to encourage students to explore these two cave features.
  • Use this magnifying glass graphic to encourage students to explore what these "rock solid" workers do.
  • From straight reading comprehension to character empathy and re-imagined endings, this book unit takes a thorough look at Russell Hoban's tale of friendship.
  • Use this 'Worksheet: Picture Sentences - Christmas 1 (primary)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Worksheet: Picture Sentences - Christmas 1 (primary)'. "Santa is looking at his list." Choose the sentence that best describes the picture.
  • Use this 'Color and Write: Favorite Christmas Gift' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Color and Write: Favorite Christmas Gift'. "Write about your favorite Christmas gift." With a picture of a boy looking at an unopened gift and wide mid-dotted lines to write.
  • Use this magnifying glass graphic as a report cover or as a brainstorming exercise to encourage students to explore what oceanographers do.
  • Use this 'Book: Bread and Jam for Frances (elementary)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Book: Bread and Jam for Frances (elementary)'. From straight reading comprehension to character empathy and song analysis and creation, this book unit takes a thorough look at Russell Hoban's cautionary culinary tale.
  • Great Job!, What a Great Day!, Looking Good!, Caught You Being Good!
  • Great Job!, What a Great Day!, Looking Good!, Caught You Being Good!
  • [member-created with abctools] Students can draw and color an egg, jelly beans, etc., and then write words to describe what they have drawn ("I see a BLUE egg looking at me!")
  • Use this 'Writing: Synonyms and Senses (upper elem/middle)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Writing: Synonyms and Senses (upper elem/middle)'. Tired of using "look, hear, smell, taste," or "touch" when you'd rather "behold, hark, scent, savor," or "brush"? In this unit, each sense has a WORD SEARCH of synonyms, as well as a page of fill-in-the-blank sentences to show different uses for some of the synonyms in you just learned.
  • "The giant panda spends half of every day looking for food. In one week, how many hours does a panda spend on its search?" Twelve fact-based, mammal-themed word problems.
  • [member-created using abctools] From "a few of those" to "we looked there". These vocabulary building word strips are great for word walls.
  • Use this 'Dolch Reading: Set 9' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Dolch Reading: Set 9'. Ten Dolch words (about, brown, we, look, open, white, six, after, down, our). Practice spelling & context reading with a crossword puzzle, cloze sentences, a cloze story, and a "find the words" story.
  • “Can we look at the stars before bed?” Pat asked. An realistic fiction reading comprehension.
  • This lesson uses passages from Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll to introduce the concept of puns.
  • Look at each pair of objects below. Color the SMALLER object RED. Color the LARGER object BLUE
  • Use this 'Worksheet: Picture Words (pre-k/primary)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Worksheet: Picture Words (pre-k/primary)'. Read the sentence. Look at the picture. Circle the word that names the picture. "I like to eat ___" (call, cake, or cup).
  • Use this 'Dictionary Skills: Using Guide Words #1 (R)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Dictionary Skills: Using Guide Words #1 (R)'. Look at the sets of guide words. Write the word from the word box on the line next to the guide word set that tells you which page the word will be on. This worksheet features words that start with the letter R.
  • Karen has a surprise when she looks for seashells. Karen a une surprise quand elle cherche des coquillages.
  • Tess is looking for her turtle, but finds a hedgehog instead. Tess cherche sa tortue, mais elle trouve un hérisson à sa place.
  • Phil was looking for fish when he found a hungry shark. Phil cherchait un poisson pour le déjeuner quand il a trouvé un requin affamé.
  • Ollie the owl is looking for a best friend. Ollie le hibou cherche un bon copain.
  • "Room One is putting on a play. And guess what? It’s about explorers looking for the New World!" This unit enhances the Barbara Park book with vocabulary and comprehension skills development.
  • "Graduation is the perfect time to look back on a wonderful year at school." This unit enhances the Alyssa Satin Capucilli book with vocabulary and comprehension skills development.
  • This Christmas border, filled with black outlined presents, a tree, and a wreath, looks great alone or with our Alphabet Letter Patterns.
  • This Christmas border, filled with colorful presents, a tree, and a wreath, looks great alone or with our Alphabet Letter Patterns.
  • This Christmas border, filled with black outlined stars, angel, and manger, looks great alone or with our Alphabet Letter Patterns.
  • This Christmas border, filled with colorful stars, angel, and manger, looks great alone or with our Alphabet Letter Patterns.
  • Card number 5 for Christmas Bingo in Spanish. Teacher (or someone else) calls Spanish vocabulary word, students look for matching picture. Tarjeta 5 para el bingo de Navidad en español. La maestra (u otra persona) dice la palabra de vocabulario en español y los estudiantes buscan el dibujo correspondiente.
  • Card number 6 for Christmas Bingo in Spanish. Teacher (or someone else) calls Spanish vocabulary word, students look for matching picture. Tarjeta 6 para el bingo de Navidad en español. La maestra (u otra persona) dice la palabra de vocabulario en español y los estudiantes buscan el dibujo correspondiente.
  • Card number 11 thru 14 for Christmas Bingo in Spanish. Teacher (or someone else) calls Spanish vocabulary word, students look for matching picture. Tarjeta del 11 al 14 para el bingo de Navidad en español. La maestra (u otra persona) dice la palabra de vocabulario en español y los estudiantes buscan el dibujo correspondiente.
  • What does the Italian flag look like? What do its colors represent? What is the history of this flag? Learn the answers to these questions and more with this fact-filled reading comprehension.
  • "Rebecca sat in her new room, looking balefully at the cardboard boxes stacked all around her." A realistic fiction reading comprehension about a girl whose life is changed when her family moves.
  • A craft in which students cut out cardstock in the shape of a shamrock and then back it with tissue paper to mimic the look of stained glass.