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  • KWL: El Día de la Independencia. ¿Qué sabes? ¿qué quieres saber? ¿qué aprendiste?. KWL: Independence Day. What you know? What do you want to know? What did you learn?
  • Downhill skiing coloring page in black and white. Students can color the page then use the image to start a story they can write about. Maybe it is about what it feels like to race down the mountain trying to win an Olympic medal or what it feels like when they themselves ski.
  • Some families put out cookies for Santa Claus on Christmas. What other Christmas traditions do you know about? What traditions does your family observe on the holidays?
  • Teeth are a very important part of your body. What do you know about teeth? What do you use them for? How do you take care of your teeth?
  • What are the advantages and disadvantages of freedom of speech? What do you think of this right in terms of its importance?
  • You know what you weigh on Earth (even if it doesn't make you happy!!)--but what would you weigh on Mars? on Pluto? Students combine science and math in this fun gravity lab.
  • Use this 'Book: Junie B. , Toothless Wonder (primary)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Book: Junie B. , Toothless Wonder (primary)'. "One of Junie B. Jones's top front teeth is loose! Only Junie B. is not that thrilled about this development. Because what if she looks like toothless Uncle Lou? And what's all this tooth fairy business?" This unit enhances the Barbara Park book with vocabulary and comprehension skills development.
  • Use this 'Booklet: Memory Strips' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Booklet: Memory Strips'. 16 card strips for students to cut out, complete, and connect on a ring for a flip book of happy memories, from what they learned to what they loved.
  • Students use their five senses (and their imaginations) and pretend to explore a zoo- what would they see? hear? taste? What does a zoologist do? Includes a word search, short report forms, and much more.
  • Part of the abcteach character-education series, which introduces children to challenging life skills decisions and asks them, "What would you do if this happened to you?" This one addresses what to do when accused of something you didn't do.
  • Students use their five senses (and their imaginations) and pretend to explore the ocean- what would they see? hear? taste? What does an oceanologist do? This super unit includes a word search, short report forms, and much more. Sixteen pages of great activities!
  • Five pages of writing prompts to review understanding of facts ("What is a tsunami?") and to encourage reaction to the events ("What should be done to help?"). Use selectively or assign all prompts, according to student ability and interest.
  • Part of the abcteach character-education series, which introduces children to challenging life skills decisions and asks them, "What would you do if this happened to you?" This one addresses what to do when accused of something you didn't do.
  • What is the difference between a baleen and a toothed whale? Why do whales breach? What is special about whale songs? Find out with this super-sized reading comprehension, which includes a form for students to do their own whale research.
  • What does a doctor wear? What tools does a firefighter carry? How does a police officer help the community? This chart helps track the clothes, tools, and duties of community helpers. Answers included.
  • This unit takes a different approach to Grimm. Starting with a straight reading of six stories (available in one download on abcteach), the unit then addresses deeper meanings (What does Cinderella's shoe symbolize?), and finishes with a humorous approach (what would a social worker say about Hansel and Gretel?)
  • This reading comprehension details Roosevelt's New Deal: why it was made, what it meant, what it did, and how it affects us today.
  • Read the factual piece, and then answer the questions: What is air pollution? What causes it? Why is it bad? How can it be prevented?
  • Read the facts, and then answer the questions: What is deforestation? What causes it? Why is it bad? How can it be prevented?
  • Read the facts, and then answer the questions: What is eutrophication? What causes it? Why is it bad? How can it be prevented?
  • What are fossil fuels? How are they used? What are the advantages and disadvantages of their use as a power source?
  • What is solar energy? How is it used? What are the advantages and disadvantages of its use as a power source?
  • What is wind? How is it used? What are the advantages and disadvantages of its use as a power source?
  • What are forests? How are they used? What are the advantages and disadvantages of their use as a fuel source?
  • What is this vitamin good for? What foods is it found in?
  • What is this vitamin good for? What foods is it found in?
  • What is this vitamin good for? What foods is it found in?
  • What is this vitamin good for? What foods is it found in?
  • What is this vitamin good for? What foods is it found in?
  • What is this vitamin good for? What foods is it found in?
  • Grandmother offers to help Brandon and Taylor with their school report on the topic of the Internet. Will they believe what she tells them about what life was like without Internet?
  • Use this 'Building Community: Understanding Character Traits (k-2)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Building Community: Understanding Character Traits (k-2)'. Students show understanding of the trait by drawing and/or writing what it looks like and what it doesn't look like.
  • Use this 'Building Community: Understanding Character Traits (grades 3-5)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Building Community: Understanding Character Traits (grades 3-5)'. Students show understanding of the trait by writing 2 examples of what it looks like and what it doesn't look like.
  • Brief, simple text on proper feeding of hamsters, with comprehension questions.
  • Explanation of what veterinarians do, with comprehension questions and a writing prompt.
  • Use this 'Writing Paper: Groundhog Day' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Writing Paper: Groundhog Day'. "Describe what the weather is like where you live." Lined paper with writing prompt and cute illustration of a groundhog.
  • Use this 'Literature Circles' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Literature Circles'. What is a literature circle? How does it work? Here are some suggestions for planning literature circles, as well as charts for tracking vocabulary, important questions, and interesting observations.
  • Snowboarding coloring page in black and white. Have your students color the page and write a passage about what they think it would feel like to fly high on a snowboard.
  • This Set E (elem/upper elem) Word Problems is perfect to practice problem solving skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Set E (elem/upper elem) Word Problems. John finished a bicycle race in second place. The first four people crossed the finish line at: one-twenty, a quarter after one, five minutes to one and 1:07. What time did John cross the finish line? Six word problems.