Included in this unit are a Cinco de Mayo writing activity and a cute sombrero craftivity. You can download this freebie by clicking on the picture. Dont' forget to leave Krista some positive feedback about this cute activity.
If you're looking for a hands-on math lesson for geometry, may I suggest building castles? I taught this lesson for the first time recently, and it was so much fun! You can see the pictures and read all about it over on my blog. You can also grab a free table your students can use to record their information during the lesson. Don't worry if you don't have shape patterns, because I'll point you to a free website where you can grab some!
Hello darlings! Do you teach long division? Check out the fun way to get your kiddos to remember the steps. Also download all the freebies. There is also a free video tutorial for teaching model drawing division in Singapore Math. Click here to go to 3 Teacher Chicks Blog.
Yet ANOTHER fabulous interactive/foldable math idea from Runde's Room. She is my go-to for all things foldable! Loooovvveee iiitttt!! (And I should mention my students also Looooovvveeee doing ttthhhheeemmm!:D )
Here's a fun way for your students to review examples of figurative language. This is a file folder game board that can be used in centers. This game board reviews : alliterations, hyperbole, similes, metaphors, personification, idioms, and onomatopoeia. Click on the picture below to take you to the game board freebie.
I know this is a 3-6 blog, but this freebie exclusively for third grade was too good to leave out. Tessa from Tales from Outside the Classroom makes Common Core math packs for the primary grades. She just uploaded her third grade pack this week. While you can purchase the entire packet from her store, she has provided four pages absolutely free. I love the layout, spiral review, and Common Core connection. They are definitely worth taking a look at!