Are you looking for ideas for your third grade, fourth grade, fifth grade, or even sixth grade classroom. You will find ELA, Math, Science, Social Studies…
This STEM project is great for 4th or 5th graders who are studying Florida History by reading A Land Remembered! This novel follows the MacIvey's on their journey, including building a homestead. Students get a chance to practice area and perimeter activities around building a homestead with the math formulas for area and perimeter. This project makes your lesson plans easy because you can use it in Reading, Math, Science and Social Studies! Fourth or Fifth grade ready!
Teachers, are you thinking about using Book Clubs for Kids or Literature Circles in your classroom? In this blog post you can find what Book Clubs for kids are, how to begin to think about using them to replace Guided Reading groups, and what Book Clubs for Kids are NOT! This post will also guide you to more information about Book Clubs for Kids and how student choice is part of this process! You will also find great products to support your Book Club needs! #literaturecircles #bookclubsforkids
Teachers, are you looking for a great way to make students better writers? Find out how to create better writers through this blog post about planning. This provides some background information for you as teachers to understand this part of the writing process. Easy ideas can turn into student success in the area of writing, no matter what grade you teach! Check out it out and start your students on the way to writing success.
Teachers, are you looking for a fun way to practice opinion writing? This Superhero Paired Passages and Craft are a great way to provide practice for 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders in Opinion Writing. First, Students will invesitage what makes a hero through passages and a video piece. Then, they will love to create themselves into Superheros and make a comic too! This activity is a great way to practice state writing test for fourth graders and fifth graders too! #writingpractice
Teachers, are you looking for a fun way to teach opinion writing in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades? Students love to learn about what makes a hero a hero with this paired passage reading activies and video piece. Students will then plan an opinion writing piece, create a comic strip, and make their Superhero! Everything you need, including the craft, is included! Rubric too! This is a truly creative piece that provides practice for state writing tests also! #writingpractice
Teachers, are you looking for a great way for students in Third Grade, Fourth Grade, and Fifth Grade to research, create, and share a state report? This project allows just that! Research questions, a PowerPoint presentation, and a State Float are the products students create! America has never looked so great! Fun and learning all in one! Great for 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, and 5th Grade! #socialstudies #researchproject #projectbasedlearning #powerpoint #statefloat #Americaproject #intermediate
Teachers, are you looking for a fun way to practice writing with your third, fourth, or fifth graders? This Snow Globes Writing prompt is a fun way to learn the history of snow globes, create a writing piece, and finish it off with a fun craft just in time for winter fun! Students will also practice reading and note taking skills as they search the 3 available passages for the main idea and details they need to creeate and awesome writing passage. Great for middle school too!
In this blog post you will discover a simple way to have a great looking anchor chart while building it with students! This tip is for elementary eteachers. Easy to do in just a few steps! You can use it in Reading, Math, Science, or Social Studies! Head on over to The Best Days Now! #second grade #thirdgrade #fourth grade #fifthgrade #anchorcharts #anchorcharthack
Are you looking for a fun and easy way to introduce or review they types of vocabulary upper grade students need to know? These print and go pages fit into student notebooks and provide everything they need to know about these four types of vocabulary! Context clues, word parts, shades of meaning, and multi-meaning words are covered. Get them now from The Best Days!
Teaching Shades of Meaning is key in third grade, fourth grade and fifth grade? This continuum will help kids understand the way shades of meaning work by actively putting words on a line. You choose the words and create beautiful word cards too! The word cards are fully editable! Great for any lesson you choose, the worksheet will allow students to record their thinking. Great for vocabulary and writing lessons. Common Core ready for grade 3, grade 4, grade 5, and middle school too!
Teachers, do you need a to review this important skill at the end of 2nd grade or at the beginning of 3rd? This is what you need to do just that! 3 Levels of Scoot are available in a school theme. Also, practice pages starting with 2 digit addition and subtraction all the way up to some 4 digit! #threedigitregrouping #2digitregrouping
Are you looking for a great project to assess student mastery of area and perimeter using the formulas and still having fun?! This project will do just that! Students plan, calculate, create and present a park of their choice to prove their mastery! Easy to use and super fun too! Get it now from The Best Days!
This Plot Diagram Activity is great for any candy book or Halloween project! Simple to use, it is printable in both black and white and color! The templates are easy to write on and cut out. Glue them onto paper to create a poster. Your students will have a great graphic organizer to prove their knowledge of the story! You have a project that you can happily display and a grade! This lesson can be used with 2nd graders, 3rd graders, 4th graders, and 5th graders! It would be great for Mid
Teachers, Project Based Learning can be a confusing at times! In this blog post you will discover the steps for creating a Float Parade Project that you can implement in your classroom! This project focuses on how your students can create a float and a research project to present in class. Ideas and steps to get you started are provided! What a great way for 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade students to present any fun topic you choose! #projectbasedlearning #floatparade
Are you interested in getting the most out of a great book? Students will learn so much about the exceptionality of Autism and how Temple Grandin's brain works! Then, compare and contrast this with another great mind, Albert Einstein! You'll get everything you need in this book study PLUS the chance to learn about how a Special School helps kids with exceptionalities today! Compare and Contrast Text Structure is included in these activities too! Get it now at The Best Days!
Are you looking for a cooperative way to practice reading strategies and build classroom cooperation? This print and go product will help your students build comprehension skills after reading The Lion and The Mouse. This product can be used with any version too! Simple to use and hours of fun built into one! Get it now at The Best Days!
Are you in need of some great activities for The Lemonade War? You have found them in this BUNDLE! Get the tests you need to assess each chapter! Have some fun figuring out Scott and Evan's math! At the end of your study, work in teams to discover the character traits and the themes that go with each character! So much fun at one great price! Head on over to The Best Days to get it now!
Teachers, are you wondering how you should be grading Book Clubs for Kids? There are 5 great tips that you can use when you are thinking about grading students work during Literature Circles. Great idea and tips are also included in this blog post to help you along the way. Check out the other blog posts in this series as well. #literaturecircles #bookclubsforkids
Teachers, Project Based Learning doesn't have to be a struggle! In this blog post you will discover the steps for creating a great project that both your students and the school will LOVE! This project focuses on how your students can create a float and a research project to present in class and parade for the school. All the steps are provided! What a great way for 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade students to present any fun topic you choose! #projectbasedlearning #floatparade
Teachers, are you looking for fun icebreakers for your elementary Back-to-School Classroom? These team building scavenger hunts include getting to know you activities for the first day and for math class, remembering classroom rules, reviewing recess procedures, and for introducing science! Get kids up and moving for some fun social skills building! Establish high expectations through community art work too! #elementaryteaching #backtoschool #scavengerhunts #cooperativelearning #firstdayofschool
Teachers, are you looking for a great first day of school idea that will be fun for kids and for teachers too! TWEET Your Classroom with these great ideas found in this blog post. Getting to know you activities for kids and the classroom are included. Team building for the whole class and a scavenger hunt idea are covered! Your lesson plans never looked so great! This will start your students on a Growth Mindset from the beginning! Great for elementary! #firstdayofschool #backtoschool
Teachers, are you looking for a great way to welcome your students back to school? These student-led activities are printable for second grade, third grade, and fourth grade students. They will free you and allow team building to occur naturally. The goal is to learn about their classroom while you facilitate. That makes it a fun way for elementary students to learn! #backtoschoolideas #elementaryschool #thebestdaysclassroom #2ndgrade #3rdgrade #4thgrade #backtoschool #backtoschoolactivites
Every elementary student in 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade wants to remember their classroom, teachers and friends. This time capsule doubles as a memory book of art projects and writing prompts to keep those memories safe until the time when the student decides to relive that grade! These worksheets also come in an editable version to drop in your own pictures for students. It is such a great way for elementary students to remember their learning. Easy for lesson plans too!
Are you looking for a way to build writing skills for high stakes testing? This writing activity allows kids to read three different "reads" focused on prairies. Students then interpret the information and complete a writing essay! Easy to use and includes an FSA style writing prompt! Ride on over to The Best Days to get it now!