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By History at Home
US History; Grades K-5
Join John White and the colonists as they travel to Virginia! See if you can solve the mystery of the Lost Colony of Roanoke. Written for Grades K-5 and especially for homeschoolers, students will learn through text, vocabulary words, pictures, and more in this free supplemental lesson of my 34-week study of early American history!
By Mickey's Place
ELA, Reading; Grades 1-4
Students will practice their alphabetical order skills and word recognition skills using words from the second grade Dolch word list. There are 32 different groups of words to sort for differentiating lists of words into three, four, five and six group sets.
By A Teacher's Teacher
ELA; Grades 7-10
This three-passage text set is accompanied by an informational prompt regarding a topic that will spark your students' interests: mountain climbing. It's a great assignment to engage students and help them work on the skill of finding and citing information from the text provided, rather than relying on their own prior knowledge or feelings about the given topic. Modeled after AIR Testing, which is used in numerous states across the country, it would also fit well into a PARCC simulation. The text set, itself, is 5 pages long.
Math, Numbers; Grades K-2
This product is ideal for teaching and reviewing missing numbers on a number line. This resource includes numbers 1-100. This product includes the following items: 20 task cards to place around the classroom - your students will "scoot" around the room to answer the task cards, a recording sheet, a number lines worksheet, and answer keys.
By Charlene Tess
ELA, Writing; Grades 9-12
This is a revision technique that will improve students' writing. Examples of redundancy can be found in news articles and on television. This writing error is so common, it is hard to recognize. This lesson explains redundancy and then students will have the opportunity to practice eliminating redundant words.
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