The beans will be placed in a jar and the students will be asked to guess the number of beans in the jar.
This indicates resources located on The Teacher's Corner. Start a Story Grades Various Help students with creative writing. Pull several desks into a circle students works well. Each student gets a blank sheet of paper and pencil. Thee put their name on the back of their paper.
Students start to write a story about any topic.
Teacher uses a timer and at the end of a short period around a minute or less but use your judgment depending on your students time is called.
Papers are quickly passed to the right, time is restarted and students continue story started by the first student. Continue until paper ends up with the original author. Have students read finished product aloud. For younger students, substitute writing with drawing a picture.
One student writes the beginning of a story and then passes it on to a friend who writes only the middle. The student passes the story on again and a third student writes the conclusion. The stories are continually passed around the room so students write a beginning one time and then write a middle and an end.
Anyone who is not writing is asked to illustrate the part they have completed. When the story is complete, it's given back to the original author and that student reads it to the class or a small group. Storytellers Grades Put those old magazines to good use! Make a large circle out of pasteboard.
Section into 6 or 8 pie slices with a marker then laminate. Attach peel and stick Velcro to each piece of pie section. Cut lots and LOTS of pictures out of magazines. Laminate and attach the opposite side of the peel and stick Velcro. Let the child select one picture for each pie slice When their slices are completed they can take the storyboard and go write down their story.
You can have all the pictures in a stack or separate by categories.These place value worksheets are appropriate for 3rd Grade, 4th Grade and 5th Grade. Writing the Word Names for Integer Numbers Worksheets These place value worksheets are great for testing children on writing the word names from integer numbers.
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Improve your language arts knowledge with free questions in "Is the sentence a statement, question, command, or exclamation?" and thousands of other language arts skills. AA.1 Is the sentence a statement, question, command, or exclamation? Let's see what else you know. Back to practice. Third grade AA.1 Is the sentence a statement.
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