Monday, May 27, 2019

FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON - “Cam Jansen: Mystery of the Carnival Prize - Inferencing”

by Sweet Integrations
2nd - 4th Grade


Welcome to Sweet Integrations.

Enjoy this Free sample from my Cam Jansen mystery product. Inferring is a basic skill that can be difficult to achieve by struggling learners. Teaching inferring through mysteries is a fun way to teach your students about the mystery genre and reading strategies.

In this product:
- I Wonder - Before Reading, during reading and after reading
- Inferences - Characters say or do things in a story that help you make inferences about the story. Good readers read between the lines looking for clues.
- Inference task cards - Text taken from the book. Students will then write their inference about the text.

Please continue to visit my store for more mystery and project based learning units.

Complete Product - Cam Jansen and The Mystery of the Carnival Prize

Project Based Learning: Fall Festival

More Mystery Products

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Sunday, May 26, 2019

FREE MATH LESSON - “3rd Grade Go Math 1.12 Problem Solving Addition & Subtraction Task Cards Freebie”

by Fern Smith's Classroom Ideas
3rd - 5th Grade

You will love how easy it is to prepare these task cards for your centers, small group work, scoot, read the room, homework, seat work, the possibilities are endless. Your students will enjoy the freedom of task cards while learning and reviewing important skills at the same time! Perfect for review. Students can answer in your classroom journals or the recording sheet. Perfect for an assessment grade for the week. FREE Problem Solving with Addition and Subtraction Task Cards and Answer Sheet. 3rd Grade Go Math Chapter One Lesson 1.12.

Click here for the FREE Problem Solving with Addition and Subtraction Task Cards and Answer Sheet without any Common Core Listings.

Click HERE to buy the entire bundle for Third Grade Math - Unit One for 3.NBT.A.1 and 3.NBT.A.2 * Place Value Rounding to the Nearest 10 or 100 and * Fluently Add and Subtract Within 1000 Using Strategies and Place Values.

Click HERE to buy the Discounted Bundle Third Grade Task Cards and Answer Sheets for 3.NBT.A.1 and 3.NBT.A.2 that also includes this resource.

These task cards are made to be an additional resource for Third Grade Math - Unit One. Use them in your math center, small group, RTI pull out, seat work or homework.

8 Task Cards and Recording Printable Worksheet, with Answer Sheet Included. Matching blank cards are also included.
8 Task Cards in Black and White with matching cards also included.

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Saturday, May 25, 2019

FREE SCIENCE LESSON - “Camping & My Five Senses Craftivity Freebie!”

by Curriculum Castle
Kindergarten - 2nd Grade

Have students experience the world of camping using all of their five senses! This camp theme freebie includes:
1. Camp sign template
2. 5 senses mini book pages
3. Creative writing sheets {camp theme printable paper}
Detailed directions and pictures for making this craftivity are also included! This makes a great end of the year classroom activity.
Keep the camping fun going with:
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Friday, May 24, 2019

FREE MISC. LESSON - “End of the Year Activity - Class Compliments”

by Blair Turner
1st - 8th Grade

The end of the year is a great time to reinforce the classroom community you've worked so hard to build. Use these resources to have students create meaningful and character-building gifts for one another that they will cherish for years.

-Teacher instructions
-How to give a good compliment anchor chart
-Character traits anchor chart
-Compliment cards
-Envelope covers

Discuss with your class how to give a good compliment. Use the anchor chart provided to guide your discussion. Use the list of character traits to jump-start student thinking and help them brainstorm positive qualities about their classmates.

Give each student a class set of compliment cards. Have them write a compliment to each of their classmates. Collect all of the compliments and collate them into individual envelopes for each student. Seal the envelopes and attach the envelope covers.

At the end of the last day of school, pass out the envelopes - no peeking until you get home! Over vacation, students will love reading their compliments. It's a great way to reinforce classroom community, raise self-esteem, and promote positive memories of students' time in your classroom. 

I love this activity because it's meaningful and FREE! Enjoy!

More fun end of the year resources:

End of the Year Memory Book Craftivity
End of the Year Awards
Have a BALL This Summer {Summer Task Cards for Students Entering Grades 3-5}
End of the Year Cootie Catcher
5th Grade Memory Book - End of the Year
4th Grade Memory Book - End of the Year
3rd Grade Memory Book - End of the Year
2nd Grade Memory Book - End of the Year

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Thursday, May 23, 2019

FREE MISC. LESSON - “Free Downloads Booyah Badges!”

by Alferi
Pre-Kindergarten - 6th Grade

This is a free sample of my Booyah Badges! 
You can find my BOOYAH Badges in my store. 



“Booyah” badges are unique and a fun way to get your kiddos 
motivated. Here are some ways to use the badges in your classroom.
First, explain to your kiddos that BOOYAH is said just the way it is spelled.
BOO-YAH Then explain to them that it is used to express joy! 
I got an A! “Booyah!”
1. Students can keep their badges in an envelope. There is 1 envelope label in this freebie product. ( 3 labels in the paid product: 1 with 2 boys, 1 with 2 girls, and 1 with 2 owls ) 

2. Your kiddos can paste their badges in a notebook. Under each badge, students can write a sentence telling about why they received the badge. These are great for open house to show the parents. Students can also take their notebook home after the first 6- 9 weeks to show their parents. There is a notebook label in this product or your kiddos can make one on their own. ( a different one in paid product)

3. Each time a student gets a Booyah Badge, the student must say “Booyah!” This really makes it fun and entertaining! 

4. Surprise a student or students with a Booyah Badge by placing it on their desk in the morning before they come into class. 

5. A very special way to give a student a Booyah Badge is to mail it home with a positive note saying why the student received it. 
(This especially works if you have a few in your class who have some behavior problems. Kids love to get mail and this would be a great motivator for helping improve those behavior problems.)

6. When awarded a badge, students can choose their own badge. Maybe keep them displayed in the room in an organizer with a plastic cover or put them on a bulletin board so the kids can see them. 
(BOOYAH Bulletin board letters in paid product)
I hope your kiddos enjoy these! Thanks so much for downloading! I will be making more of these for seasons and holidays. 
Kimberly Sullivan

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Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Teaching Resources for the End of School Year

End of School Year can be so busy!  You can save time with NO PREP teaching resources.  Find these and more at my TPT store
“It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression 

and knowledge.” – Albert Einstein

reader response pages, Charlotte's Web, graphic organizers, children's literature
Charlotte's Web Book Companion
Everybody Loves Charlotte's Web! This book companion for Charlotte's Web  includes comprehension questions for each chapter, character study pages, graphic organizers, compare and contrast, problem and solution, poetry pages, and visualizing activity, setting and theme pages, vocabulary cards for classroom display, vocabulary bookmarks, question cards for discussion groups, and even create an interactive literacy flip book for the story elements.
writing prompts for end of year, memory book, teaching resource
Memory Book for 2018-2019 School Year
Create a Memory Book It's easy!   Easy to assemble; just download and print. This memory book is an authentic and engaging writing activity for end of school year activities.  Your students will love completing the pages.  Parents love reading this memory book, too!  It's a keepsake.  Pages include: self-portrait . birthday page. friends. field trips. field day events. favorite subjects. what I learned. best books read. summer reading. technology. special holidays. seasonal pages. autographs. six different covers.
    weekly planner for teachers, teacher binder, teacher resources
    Editable Teacher Binder
    An editable teacher binder and weekly lesson planner will help you be organized and ready for your teaching day.  This teacher binder has everything you need:  weekly lesson planner, monthly calendars, important school forms, grading sheets, monthly newsletter templates,  50 cover designs.  FREE Updates for Life and a BONUS FREE Substitute Notebook.  

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    Every week I put together a list of 5 great products from members of The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs Marketing Cooperative (TBOTEMC) with the requirement that each product must be less than $5.  With a variety of subjects and a wide range of grades, there just might be something that you can use, so continue to read below and see!

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    By Activities to Teach
    Biology; Grades 7-11

    I love this product because it lets the students challenge themselves to use their knowledge on Animal & Plant Cells to answer questions and then use their answers to decipher an unlock code.

    By Primarily Learning
    ESL; Grades K-1

    Happy Father’s Day! Are you looking for cards that students can create for fathers at the writing center? Talk about why we celebrate Father’s Day. Your children will enjoy creating their ‘own card for dad’ with these 10 open-ended Father’s Day Cards.

    By Reading Spotlight
    Reading; Grades 2-5

    Perfect review for the last days of the school year! Vowels Galore! Great Fun! Effective! Easy to Use! Improve the fluency, reading rate, and spelling skills of all readers. Nine different Word Search Puzzles are included in this Bargain Bundle: 3 Puzzles for Silent e; 3 Puzzles for Regular Double Vowels; 3 Puzzles for R-Controlled Vowels. All sets are also available individually. Spelling and phonics practice do not have to be boring!

    End of the Year Bingo - $2.50
    By Educate and Create
    All Subject Areas; Grades 4-7

    A fun activity which requires students to walk around and talk to each other. There are a total of 30 cards. A great way for students to learn about one another and remember classmates.

    By Margo Gentile
    Writing/Reading; Grades 3-6

    Fascinating information about Memorial Day and Veterans Day is presented in an easy to read, organized format. Students will summarize this info in unique Venns and timeline fill-ins. Went straight to the source while researching this topic and interviewed a historian in the "birthplace of Memorial Day" (Waterloo, New York).  

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    -A Teacher's Teacher