Addresses outcomes related to the apparent movement of the Sun, stars and other objects through the sky.
Resources to help students with casting shadows, eclipses, Sun safety and how the Sun causes the seasons.
Multiple Choice questions taken from ExamBank. Also includes: true/false and matching, a "How do you know" section after every MC question, a few short answer questions, observations/inferences of indoor/outdoor scenes, and a vocabulary section.
Most questions taken from the Math Makes Sense teacher guide, and arranged to suit outcomes-based assessment.
Questions from the Math Makes Sense teacher guide, arranged to suit outcomes-based assessment.
Questions taken from the Math Makes Sense teacher guide and organized to suit outcomes-based assessment.
Questions taken from the Math Makes Sense teacher guide, and organized to suit outcomes-based assessment.
Questions taken from the Math Makes Sense teacher guide, but organized to suit outcomes-based assessment.
Modelled after the LearnAlberta critical challenge, students answer the question "How Democratic Was Ancient Athens?" by creating a report card assessing the extent to which the 4 pillars of democracy can be seen in the Assembly, the Council of 500 and the Courts.
This resource will help teachers review decimals with their students. It is aligned with the Math Makes Sense program.
This page is meant to be photocopied on cardstock and laminated, or placed in a page protector to be used with a dry erase marker. Students can roll dice to get the question and then expand it into: - explain in Words - count in groups - repeated addition - fact families -arrays
A 1x1 through 9x9 multiplication quiz.
Find out what your students think you should be for Halloween.
Students can fill this out at the beginning of the day on a field trip and keep it with them throughout the day to help hold themselves accountable during the day. (inspired by - coreinspiration on Instagram)
A four paragraph reading about the origins of Canadian Thanksgiving, along with reading comprehension questions.
This worksheet reviews how to answer simple questions in complete sentences (by restating the question).
Blank cellphones with three speech bubbles.
Pinny Tag, Cooperation Game
This is a sentence quiz that I use as a diagnostic and progress assessment. I give it the first week of school, and before every report card. It is done "pop quiz" style, with no studying beforehand. The first side assesses a students use of proper punctuation, and the second side assesses the ability to answer in complete sentences (i.e. rewording the question in the answer). It is a great talking sheet to use for Parent Teacher Interviews and in student conferences.
These pages can be used with the Words Their Way Spelling Inventories. Students record their responses.
Simplified version of Iroquois Confederacy unit test. Follows along with Voices in Democracy textbook, designed for minimal writing requirements.
Simplified version of test follows along with the Voices in Democracy textbook. Designed with minimal writing necessary.
Students use the information in an Input/Output table to answer a series of questions.
Students must determine the input pattern rule, output pattern rule, and the pattern rule relating input to output. They must also use the pattern rules to fill in missing parts of the table.
Quiz for ensuring students can balance equations, use commutative property, and preserve equality.
Check-in style quiz that asks students to create factor trees and factor rainbows for a variety of whole numbers.
My first year at glance that I did for Grade 6 ELA. It is not the greatest, but a start for anyone struggling.
Bilingual French/English resource I created for my sub binder as a no prep activity where students refine their web searching skills by using flag descriptors to discover which country each flag belongs to. This activity should be printed in color but if not possible at your school I have a color version printed to use under the document viewer and students receive black and white copies.
Bilingual French/English resource I created for my sub binder for students to research details of the Canadian provinces and territories. Students look for the names of each province and territory as well as their respective official trees, birds, and flowers.
You could classify this as a graphic organizer for grade 6 FI for organizing the roles of different people in the society of Ancient Athens
Grade 6 FI assignment for creating a map of Ancient Greece
This is a (non-editable) layout for a grade six forensic thematic/cross curricular unit. To be used as an example as it does not include any of the activities/worksheets. If there is enough interest I could possibly scan and digitize the entire unit including worksheets, links, and bulletin board ideas. Unit layout includes: - multiple intelligences/language modalities - General Info: Gen. Description, Rationale, and Unit Goals - Curriculum Reference - List of Resources (resources not included) - Across the curriculum reference
Report Card comment bank for reading based on F&P levels. Customizable and copy-and-paste-able.
digital placemat template
A peer feedback resource where students will TAG their friends. T - TELL your friend something that you like about their work A - ANOTHER thing you like about their work G - GIVE your friend a suggestion to improve their work Students will then complete a reflection where they summarize what students said they did well and reflect on what they mentioned they could improve on. As well, it asks students to plan what they will do with this information in order to improve their project/work
Persuasive writing mini lessons: - Introduction - What to do - What not to do - Examples This was originally a Google Slide. The Google Drive function is not working for me to upload my resources directly, so I had to download it as a PowerPoint so I could upload it. I will keep trying - hopefully the formatting isn't too iffy!
FSL Vocabulary list for the Food outcomes. Answer Key also on my page
Overview Students will create a website to post, boast, organize and reflect upon work from the school year. This assignment will have students reflect and create an online portfolio that requires them to create a mini autobiography page, accomplishments page and aspiration page. Included in the assignment is a rubric and a link to a sample site for students to pull inspiration from. ❤
Les notes de révision pour la Confédération iroquoise. Études sociales 6
This worksheet looks at three hamburger paragraphs (topic sentence, three detail sentences, conclusion sentence) and asks students to pick out the main idea and three details.
This is usually how my numeracy blocks look.
A combination of a full class activity and an individual/partner activity. Students will test out different parachute designs (see pages at the bottom of the resource) and then create their ideal parachute based on the observations gathered as a class.
This resource looks at Aerodynamics in Olympic Sports. It aims at answering the essential question of: what sport technology and designs have been influenced by nature to improve optimal performance? There are 5 different tasks that build their way up to the final task of researching an Olympic sport and analyzing it through an aerodynamics lens.
All the math vocabulary for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division that can be used for a display.
This resource contains a student vocab sheet with the term, and spaces for the definition and an example. There is also a teacher key that includes the definitions and appropriate examples the student can provide.
Students use the Canadian Food Guide to made a grocery list matching the recommended serving then add, multiply and divide all decimal totals.
Descriptive Writing Graphic Organizer. I read the Picture Book Fancy Nancy by Jane O'Connor and then have them create their own version of Fancy Nancy
This is a cross curricular resource that includes 5 tasks for up to 50 students! Students will become a country's representative of the 2018 Olympics. The tasks are: - design a button with the symbols of the nation and the country's name - collect and display daily data from the Olympics - research and write a report of your country - culture fair pavilion (students make a cultural display of food, language, art activity etc) - selfie at the Olympics (using a green screen) Included are 50 nation's flags, title tiles of the country and a template for gold, silver and bronze medals.
I gave these to my students. Every time they ask me to spell a word, they have to write it in their dictionaries. *make sure to print back to back, flip on the short edge.*
This is a study guide for the local government component that syncs the P.A.T. Guide and "Voices in Democracy" Chapters: Getting Started, 1, and 5. It's relevant to this year's P.A.T. prep. I am making a similar guide for the Canadian Charter of Rights (Chapter 2 & 7) for the same textbook; Voices in Democracy 6. Stay tuned.. :)
Students will engage in this narrative. Students will search for detail, endings and figurative language.