The enthusiasm and excitement surrounding the Olympics makes it an ideal topic for teaching German. Not only will pupils learn the German words for sports, we also give you ideas to reinforce vocabulary and sentence structures for a range of topics, from colors and weather to numbers and travel. In addition, using the information on Germany at the Olympics included in the resource will help to introduce the concept of intercultural diversity. The German Olympics Topic Pack contains photocopiable activities and games which include: flashcards; picture flashcards; word searches, crossword puzzles and other word games; listening activities; bingo and other games; sentence building activities; and background information on Germany at the Olympics.
This fact-filled title profiles the celebrated heroes and unfortunate zeroes throughout Olympic history. Readers will learn about great athletic achievements and tales of scandal and dishonor.
With this 32-page ebook, student will learn to recognize circles, squares, and triangles, as well as red, blue, yellow, and green. All eBook pages are printable for writing activities. In this exciting, skill-related book, children join ZIM, the lovable space creature, Zal, his sister, and Zup, his three-legged dog, in fun outer space learning adventures. Children are encouraged to think about the world of today and the possibilities for the world of tomorrow. Themes of exploration, technology and computers are introduced. Book includes a skills chart to help you identify which skills are being met in each activity.
Have an Olympic start to school with this 90 page Olympic activity pack! Activities Included are:Back to School Olympic Values Activity Book: This activity has the students create their own booklet by reading, writing and drawing about all of the Olympic/Paralympic Values. After learning about each value, they will write a sentence about how they will try to demonstrate each value this school year, as well as, create an illustration. The Values are: Courage, Determination, Equality, Excellence, Friendship, Inspiration, and Respect. They will also decorate and color their booklet cover page, which makes for a neat keepsake.Olympic Craftivities Pack: This Super Fun Olympic Craftivity Pack comes with 4 Mini Writing Prompts, 3 Art templates to go with the Writing Prompts, an Olympic Torch craft/writing template activity, an Olympic boy and girl Glyph, and 3 different Olympic Survey/Graphing activities.Summer Olympic Biographies Activities: This activity pack highlights 5 of America's Top 2012 Olympic hopefuls with a biography for each one, as well as vocabulary activities for each of the different sports represented by the 5 athletes AND several Fun and Super Engaging creative activities the students can do to reflect on what they have learned and peak their interest even more about each of the 5 athletes included in this pack.
When Avery, Ella, and Evan visit Yellowstone National Park, they just assume grizzlies are big bad bears. However, after a trip to a center that rescues orphaned grizzly cubs, where they learn how humans don’t always play fair with wildlife, they begin to see a different side of the story. Mystery ensues, and the kids use high-tech STEM skills and high-tech gear to try to discover who or what is breaking into cabins across the region. Can they help without getting entangled in terrifying bear teeth?! This mystery incorporates history, geography, culture and cliffhanger chapters that keep kids begging for more! The Wildlife Mysteries will have an assigned Accelerated Reader reading levels, points and quiz numbers, Lexile Measures, Fountas & Pinnell level and a Developmental Reading Assessment.
Throughout history there have been wars, natural disasters, and other catastrophes that have resulted in the destruction of a race, culture, or community of people. Not many of those compare to the catastrophe called the Holocaust. The Holocaust was a state-organized persecution that resulted in the extermination of Jews and other groups of people. Your student can learn about this disturbing piece of history with the 77-page The Holocaust Project Pack from In the Hands of a Child. This unit includes a 19-page Research Guide and 25 hands-on activities to help your student complete a lapbook about the rise of the Nazi Party, Adolf Hitler, Nazification, ghettos and concentration camps, resistance, rescue and liberation, and the aftermath of the Holocaust.
This resource helps teachers to incorporate writing instruction in the 5th grade classroom as an essential element of literacy development while implementing best practices. As a classroom-tested resource, Getting to the Core of Writing shows positive results in students' writing and simplifies the planning of writing instruction. It assists teachers in becoming familiar with the Common Core State Standards of Writing and provides resources to support the implementation of these standards. It features a Teacher Resource CD and contains information on how to establish a daily writing workshop that includes consistent, structured instruction to engage students in the writing process. This resource was developed with Common Core State Standards as its foundation and is aligned to the interdisciplinary themes from the Partnership for 21st Century Skills.