Graphic Organizer: Urban, Rural and Suburban Communities by The Teacher Treasury, LLC. is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
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Social Studies / Community Studies Lesson that asks students to draw a picture of each community and describe what specific things you can find in each community.
Responses should be somewhere along the lines of:
Urban Communities have: big city buildings, lots of trains, buses, cars, people, etc.
Rural Communities have: farms, animals, few people, lots of land, tractors, etc.
Suburban Communities have: lots of houses, few big buildings, less people than urban communities, etc.
Hope this helps =)
About Me Printable - Coloring Page
From the Pond brings us a fun and reusable "getting to know you" printable to keep the kids momentarily entertained.
Rounding Numbers to the Tens and Hundreds Places by The Teacher Treasury, LLC. is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
Here are some terrific free activities and resources for winter, New Years, the Lunar New Year, Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday, and general use for the month of January. Teachers will be adding new resources to this page throughout the week, so be sure to check back to see what’s new. Don’t miss the last section which has freebies that are applicable for ALL grades! To add your favorite resources, just follow these three guidelines: 1) Your item must be something you will ALWAYS give away for free; 2) Your item MAY be related to the month but it doesn’t have to be; and 3) Submit no more than 3 items.
Scattergories: Creative Word Work Game for Kids by The Teacher Treasury, LLC. is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
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Word Work Game, 50+ pages, 3 Skill Levels and ink friendly options.
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Answer Sheet Examples
Scattergories (Level – More Challenging)
Scattergories (Level – Challenging)
Scattergories (Level – Less Challenging)
Ink Friendly Scattergories (Level – More Challenging)
Ink Friendly Scattergories (Level – Challenging)
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Blank Scattergories Categories
Ink Friendly Blank Scattergories Categories
This games is based on Scattergories by Hasbro.
All of my students loved this game! I used it as our routine activity between lessons for grades 2-5. Once students get the hang of it, one round game can take less than 5 minutes.
Once a student yells "SCATTERGORIES", I would make everyone put their pencil down and that person would have to stand up and reveal their answers in each category to confirm their win.
I would often reward winners with stickers, treats and small prizes.
You can also use this game to spark dialogue within the classroom. Ask other students to confirm the people, places, songs, movies, books, authors, etc. mentioned by their classmates. If few students know very much about the given responses, it's a great opportunity for the student who selected that answer to teach his/her classmates about that particular person, place, object etc.
This product is via Rachelle Rosenblit of Sweet Kindergarten
"This pack includes a sweet little activity I did as part of my annual evaluation this year. After learning about 2D and 3D shapes, we build them using toothpicks and marshmallows! Each student was given a plate, toothpicks and marshmallows and allowed to let their creativity flow! This lesson allows students to think critically and covers several common core Geometry standards. I’ve also included some shape building cards that I used as needed with some of my struggling students who needed more support. The student can look at the shape first, then build it."
Each pair of cherries has 2 cherries. Skip count by 2s to find the sum.
Students are asked to skip count by 2s up to groups of 10.
For more advanced students, I recommend having them write
a repeated addition and/or multiplication sentence
to represent each question.
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