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  • Practice completing and understanding graphs. Record the scores for the 2010 World Cup games, and then fill in the graphs. This is fun math, and a great way to enjoy the 2010 World Cup. 10 pages.
  • A one page form to record daily reading and measure comprehension. Student summarizes reading, writes impressions, questions and about connections. Common Core: ELA: RI.5.1-3

  • Use this 'Reading: Summer Reading Log (primary)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Reading: Summer Reading Log (primary)'. A color illustrated log on which children can record books they read during the summer.
  • A color and a b/w version of Eager Readers Reading Journal on which minutes of reading can be recorded.
  • A color and a b/w version of Eager Readers Reading Journal on which minutes of reading can be recorded.
  • An advanced astronomy project in which student builds a device to measure the position of the sun in the sky and record its changes, to help understanding of seasons. Includes scientific method report form. Part of abcteach's Where We Find Science Series.
  • An explanation of static electricity and two simple experiments. Students are ask to predict outcome, then record observations for each experiment.
  • This is a cover page for any math data folder.

  • Use this page for any data folder. Have student's track and record each book they have read. Finish with asking which was their favorite.

  • Updated: This one-page fact sheet provides the basics (date of birth, immediate family, basic political record), highlights the issues for the upcoming Presidency, and features at least one interesting fact.

  • This simple fall-themed packet guides students through the process of observation and data collection as they study pumpkins, apples, acorns and gourds. For each fruit, students answer simple questions, draw what they see, and write descriptive sentences. An additional page guides the student in comparing the four items.

  • This simple Fall-themed packet guides students through the process of observation and data collection as they study leaves. For four different leaves, students answer simple questions, draw what they see, write descriptive sentences, and do a leaf rubbing. An additional page guides the student in comparing the four leaves.

  • Keep track of the winners with this simple stat sheet. Label events for each winter sport, and record the athlete and/or country to complete the chart. Use the country and athlete charts to keep tallies of medals won by each.

  • A nine page set of templates and graphics for creating a lapbook celebrating Mother's Day. Includes templates for pockets, matchbooks, flip books, flashcards, drawing and coloring activities, plus activities for students to interview their mom and record information about her. 

  • A nine page set of templates and graphics for creating a lapbook celebrating Father's Day. Includes templates for pockets, matchbooks, flip books, flashcards, drawing and coloring activities, plus activities for student to interview Dad and record information about him.

  • A packet to celebrate March - National Reading Month with a full-color classroom poster, full-page reading log, full-color bookmarks, and bookmarks for logging pages read.

  • A packet to celebrate March-National Reading Month with a poster/coloring page, full-page reading log, bookmarks to color, and bookmarks for logging pages read.

  • This simple Summer-themed packet guides students through the process of observation and data collection as they study strawberries, tomatoes, peaches, and watermelon. For each fruit, students answer simple questions, draw what they see, and write descriptive sentences. An additional page guides the student in comparing the four fruit.

  • This simple packet guides the students through the process of observation and data collection as they study seashells. For four different seashells, students answer simple questions, draw what they see, write descriptive sentences, and research the animal that left theh shell behind. An additional page guides the student in comparing the four seashells. Great for summer, ocean, or beach themed studies!