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• Use this 'Writing Prompt: Reading Month Goals (upper elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Writing Prompt: Reading Month Goals (upper elem)'. This is a goal setting assignment for reading month. Students will choose how much they will read as well as what, where and when they will read.
• Simple interactive where students drag and drop the names of each planet into their correct position.

• This short, fun video describes where heat comes from and how it works.

• This Fraction War Card Game is perfect to practice fraction skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Fraction War Card Game. A colorful card game where players compare fractions. The player with the greatest fraction takes the hand. Includes cards and instructions for game play. Laminate for a fun, reuseable classroom game.
• This Feed the Frogs - Addition Folder Game is perfect to practice addition skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Feed the Frogs - Addition Folder Game. A colorful board game where players add the numbers on dominoes and feed the correct sum to each frog. Includes game board, printable dominoes (or use standard tiles), and instructions for game play. Laminate for a fun, reusable classroom game.
• This Integer Card Deck & Integer War Game Math Game is perfect to practice integer recognition skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Integer Card Deck & Integer War Game Math Game. A colorful card deck of integers -20 to +20. Includes directions for Integer War game where players compare integers to collect cards. Laminate for a fun, reusable classroom game.
• Use this 'Writing Prompts: Where the Wild Things Are (multi-age)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Writing Prompts: Where the Wild Things Are (multi-age)'. 24 questions to accompany Maurice Sendak's "Where the Wild Things Are"; these work as writing prompts or discussion questions.
• Use this 'Experiment: Where We Find Science-In Water-Pond Organisms (elem/upper elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Experiment: Where We Find Science-In Water-Pond Organisms (elem/upper elem)'. A science project of raising and observing pond organisms in an aquarium at home or in the classroom, with instructions and observation form. Part of the abcteach series, Where We Find Science.
• Use this 'Book: Where the Wild Things Are (elementary)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Book: Where the Wild Things Are (elementary)'. Enhances comprehension and vocabulary for the Maurice Sendak classic.
• Use this 'Guided Reading: Where the Wild Things Are (primary/elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Guided Reading: Where the Wild Things Are (primary/elem)'. Suggestions for teachers to guide students during a "read aloud" of Maurice Sendak's 1964 Caldecott winner, with pages for students to fill in their own before, during, and after reading questions; this unit includes art prompts.
• Use this 'Book: Where the Red Fern Grows (middle school)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Book: Where the Red Fern Grows (middle school)'. Vocabulary, short comprehension, and essay question to review Wilson Rawls' story about a boy growing up and raising dogs in the Ozarks.
• Use this 'Border Paper: Where the Wild Things Are (primary)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Border Paper: Where the Wild Things Are (primary)'. Wide-lined paper with monster feet in the header and footer. Great for a book report or movie review.
• Use this 'Poster: We are "Where the Wild Things Are" (red)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Poster: We are "Where the Wild Things Are" (red)'. Poster with monster feet above and below.
• Use this 'Poster: We are "Where the Wild Things Are" (b/w)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Poster: We are "Where the Wild Things Are" (b/w)'. Poster with monster feet above and below.
• Use this 'Border Paper: Where the Wild Things Are (blank)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Border Paper: Where the Wild Things Are (blank)'. Draw a picture of yourself in the frame as a Wild Thing.
• Use this 'Booklet: "Where the Wild Things Are" Writing Prompts (elem lines)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Booklet: "Where the Wild Things Are" Writing Prompts (elem lines)'. Each student can be assigned one prompt, or all the students can be assigned all the prompts, and then the teacher can choose one of each answer. These options can adapt to making a class booklet or bulletin board decorations. Alternately, each student can be assigned all the prompts and write their own booklets. 24 prompts with lines for writing.
• "I'm not in my office... where am I?" Library, staff room, copy room, school office, conference room. With three blanks to fill in with the rooms you are most often in.
• Use this 'Poster: Here, There, and Where' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Poster: Here, There, and Where'. Poster to help remember the correct spelling of these words, commonly confused with others.
• Use this 'Poster: Where, Wear, or Were?' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Poster: Where, Wear, or Were?'. Poster to help remember the correct spelling of these commonly confused words.
• A one page explanation of where we find science and an introduction to the abcteach series that looks at where we find science through sets of experiments. Includes vocabulary list and comprehension questions.
• Use this 'Color and Read: Where Did Leprechauns Come From?' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Color and Read: Where Did Leprechauns Come From?'. This is a short non-fiction passage about the leprechaun. Two paragraphs are followed by 5 questions taken directly from the passage. A picture of a leprechaun is included for students to color.
• Use this chart to let parents know where your students are when not in the room. MEMBERS can make requests for different categories. Send suggestions to support@abcteach.com.
• "Where" game cards for wh- word game. Print back to back.
• A set of four physics experiments in our Where We Find Science series that demonstrate the properties of the surface tension of water. Includes a Scientific Method report form and an explanation and results page.
• Build a pond project, part of our "Where we Find Science" series. This project offers opportunities to observe biology in a pond. Instructions for building a pond, plus explanation of possible results and a form for observations of changes in pond are included.
• An explanation of Archimedes discovery of the formula to measure density of an object using water. Includes directions to conduct an experiment using the Archimedes' method, plus a report form. Part of abcteach's Where We Find Science; Science in Water Series.
• A set of two experiments about static electricity, which includes directions, an experiment report form and an explanation of probably results. Part of abcteach's Where We Find Science - Science at Home series.
• Instructions for a science project of raising amphibians in an aquarium, with report form. Part of abcteach's Where We Find Science: Science in Water series.
• Two simple experiments help students understand the movement of the sun and its relationship to the seasons and the time of day. Includes observation, note taking, sketching, building a simple sundial and a scientific method report form. Part of abcteach's Where We Find Science Series.
• Students construct one of two versions of a pinhole viewer and then use the viewer to establish the diameter of the sun and the moon. Part of abcteach's Where We Find Science series.
• This blank chart can be used by anyone not regularly in the office-- floating teachers in particular! Fill in the blanks with the rooms you are most often in, and use arrows to make yourself easy to find.
• assembly, gym, on a walk, music, field trip, library,
• Math Lab, Media, Recess, Lunch, Music, Computers, Art, P.E., Science
• Library, Assembly, Lunch, Field Trip, We are in room____, On a walk
• Writing Workshop, Media, Recess, Lunch, Music, Art, P.E. Science
• Restroom, Library, Recess, Computers, Assembly, Lunch, P.E. Music
• Science, Music, Assembly, Computers, Lunch/Recess, Other, Field Trip, Media, P.E., Art
• Music, Assembly, Computers, Lunch, Field Trip, Library, P.E., Recess
• Computer, Gym, Spanish, Trips/Walking, Creative Arts, Lunch, Home