This is a very straight forward idiom practice PowerPoint! Each idiom has a sentence or two written to provide context clues, a question to identify the meaning of the idiom and a selection of answers. Students love the quirky sayings!
This method has students asking one simple question! If they can answer that question, they have already narrowed the operation choices down to two! Great for whole group instruction or small groups, tutorials and independent practice.
Science Now is a series of 9 stories that cover all the major topics an elementary school student needs to know to pass end-of-year testing. Packed into an action-filled 143 page volume, the comic book style writing should keep students entertained while educating. Each story comes with 3-4 activities, greatly extending learning in high interest topics.
Story starters offer you a way to get your creative juices flowing, without having to come up with the whole story on your own. Draw as many or as few cards as you need from categories like plot, setting, characters, and items, and go from there. A whole class could use the same cards and have totally different stories!
Story starters are a fun way to write. These dice feature common themes from horror thrillers, on different jumbo dice. Assemble the dice, roll them, and use them to decide what kind of characters, plot elements, items, or settings to use in your stories.