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  • A simple craft with included Easter egg pattern for students to decorate to look like stained glass. Suitable for non-denominational spring season celebration.
  • In this craft, students make felt flowers to look like trilliums, and then cover rolls of toilet paper with fabric to resemble flower pots. Perfect for spring or Mother's Day!
  • Look over the list of unusual coral reef animals and choose one to write about, or find an unusual coral reef animal on your own.
  • Look at the faces. Draw the face that shows the feeling AFRAID.
  • Look at the faces. Draw the face that shows the feeling ANGRY.
  • Look at the faces. Draw the face that shows the feeling CALM.
  • Look at the faces. Draw the face that shows the feeling DISGUSTED.
  • Look at the faces. Draw the face that shows the feeling SAD.
  • Look at the faces. Draw the face that shows the feeling SURPRISED.
  • Práctica de vocabulario buscando las palabras en el diccionario. Practice vocab looking up words in the dictionary.
  • Use this 'Book: Charlotte's Web (elem/upper elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Book: Charlotte's Web (elem/upper elem)'. This terrific, radiant, humble unit features chapter-by-chapter comprehension reviews of E.B. White's famous book, as well as detailed looks at the characters, vocabulary, and writing style of the book.
  • Use this 'Worksheet: Beginning Sound (_an words)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Worksheet: Beginning Sound (_an words)'. Look at the picture. Fill in the correct beginning sound (FAN, MAN, etc.).
  • Use this 'Worksheet: Beginning Sound (_ll words)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Worksheet: Beginning Sound (_ll words)'. Look at the picture. Fill in the correct beginning sound (DOLL, BALL, etc.)
  • Use this 'Worksheet: Beginning Sound (_ng words)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Worksheet: Beginning Sound (_ng words)'. Look at the picture. Fill in the correct beginning sound (KING, SONG, etc.)
  • Use this 'Worksheet: Beginning Sound (_ug words)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Worksheet: Beginning Sound (_ug words)'. Look at the picture. Fill in the correct beginning sound (BUG, RUG, etc.).
  • Use this 'Worksheet: Beginning Sounds 1' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Worksheet: Beginning Sounds 1'. Look at the picture. Fill in the correct beginning sound (milk, duck, sock, cake, lake)
  • Use this 'Worksheet: Beginning Sounds 2' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Worksheet: Beginning Sounds 2'. Look at the picture. Fill in the correct beginning sound (dog, log, bag, tag, pig)
  • Use this 'Worksheet: Beginning Sounds 3' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Worksheet: Beginning Sounds 3'. Look at the picture. Fill in the correct beginning sound (ten, hen, net, pet, bed)
  • Use this 'Worksheet: Beginning Sounds 5' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Worksheet: Beginning Sounds 5'. Look at the picture. Fill in the correct beginning sound (fox, box, cup, pup, sun)
  • Use this 'Worksheet: Beginning Sounds 6' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Worksheet: Beginning Sounds 6'. Look at the picture. Fill in the correct beginning sound (corn, horn, barn, yarn, fern)
  • Use this 'Worksheet: Beginning Sounds 4' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Worksheet: Beginning Sounds 4'. Look at the picture. Fill in the correct beginning sound (coat, goat, gate, boots, kite)
  • By coloring this page, experimenting with black and white or color ("Does one color make the circle look thicker? What about putting colors side by side?"), students can begin to understand the "tricks" of op art.
  • By coloring this page, experimenting with black and white or color ("Does one color make the rectangle look thicker? What about putting colors side by side?"), students can begin to understand the "tricks" of op art.
  • Four "heart" bookmarks (books, words, reading, writing); these cute bookmarks look as if they were written on lined notebook paper.
  • Four "heart" bookmarks (books, words, reading, writing); these cute bookmarks look as if they were written on lined notebook paper.

  • Four "heart" bookmarks (fiction, non-fiction, literature, libraries); these cute bookmarks look as if they were written on lined notebook paper.
  • Four "heart" bookmarks (fiction, non-fiction, literature, libraries); these cute bookmarks look as if they were written on lined notebook paper.
  • A reading comprehension and worksheet on how the way the words look in a book is a kind of art.
  • "She looked at the spelling test quickly and then hid it in her desk." A fictional reading comprehension designed to help teach students character education. Reflective short answer questions can be used for discussion or writing practice.

  • Work in pairs to create a structured dialog using "be", "feel", "look" and "seem" with adjectives of emotion.
  • Answer questions with "be", "seem", "feel" and "look" based on facial expressions.
  • 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!
  • "Look at the clock. What time does school start?"
  • Look at the picture, answer the questions, and complete the graph.
  • This Halloween Time (primary) Clip Art is perfect to practice telling time skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Halloween Time (primary) Clip Art. "Look at the clock. What time is the Halloween party?" Five Halloween-themed questions with clocks.
  • Students are asked to look at a fictional situation, determine which democratic value would apply ("checks and balances" is the expected answer) and why, and explain their answers.
  • Students are asked to look at a fictional situation, determine which democratic value would apply ("civilian control of the military" is the expected answer) and why, and explain their answers.
  • Students are asked to look at a fictional situation, determine which democratic value would apply ("federalism" is the expected answer) and why, and explain their answers.
  • Students are asked to look at a fictional situation, determine which democratic value would apply ("patriotism" is the expected answer) and why, and explain their answers.