In this lesson, students are introduced to the realities of the war in examining the rate of death within the war. It is hoped that this topic, taught through the video link, will help students to understand at an early stage what they will be dealing with in the course.
A short unit overview consisting of a snappy title page, and Scope & Sequence
This lesson is geared at engaging students in the Social 20 course on day one. It includes a brief overview of European Geography (crucial for understanding WWII). Geared towards a 40 minute class. *Do not print double-sided*
Comparison chart for Chapter 2 in "Our Worldviews".
Stuff to do with primary students when you can tell they need a short break before re-engaging in their studies.
Students will fill in pros/cons, reasons and supporting details. Self/Peer/Teacher editing checklist is included but can be adapted to meet the needs of your students.
Students can record their topic, sub-topics and supporting details. You can also edit the self-edit checklist that goes with each paragraph to suit the needs of your students.
Alphabetical order, syllables, sentences, definitions, and vowel/consonant review for words from the unit.
Student-friendly objectives for the Testing Materials and Designs science unit. Print out and post on your bulletin board.
Students can record the book they read each day and something about it. Has sentence starters at the top which may be particularly helpful for ESL students.
After learning the terms "import" and "export", students hunt around the classroom and record where products were made.
Student-friendly objectives for the Hearing and Sound unit
Print out in colour to add to your bulletin board display about India
My presentation from the science conference that gives you some ideas for simple cheap hands on activities that can used in junior high science (or modified for upper elementary). Feel free to contact me if you have questions.
Students create their own star patterns and legends that are then showcased in a homemade planetarium. Works for grade 6 or 9 science or even social if you study legends and stories.
Rubric to mark your social lap books with!
A list of the steps that go with the Smart Notebook file, along with the student template pages.
Students will work through this notebook file to think of animals that would be able to stand in for the reindeer "on strike". They will create criteria and judge possible animals. Templates for the student pages are in a separate file.
Great for early finishers in December!
This is a worksheet working with the social studies unit 'How Groups Make a Decision'. Either read or show students a video of Arthur's Birthday and discuss the choices that Arthur and Muffy had to make and what they decided to do. Arthur's Birthday can be found on YouTube.
A sheet for students to fill in on how we make a decision (think, list, decide, act). Goes with Grade One Many Voices Social Studies Resource - Unit 2 *Updated PDF formatting.
This assessment is made for Grade 2 French Immersion, for looking at even/odd numbers, as well as place value.
This resource allows students the opportunity to examine pictures from around the world. Students reflect on what they see in the pictures and how this compares to the way they live in Canada.
This is a scenario based activity with a rubric for marking student instrument creations.
A short easy activity that will have students remember the products of mixing an acid and a base.
Form you can send home at the beginning of the year for parents to fill out about their child.
Wheels and Levers Unit Test - Teacher Key
Wheels and Levers Unit Test - Don't Forget to Download the Teacher's Key
Wheels and Levers Study Guide for Students
Science Report Template which can be edited to fit your classroom needs.
Contains a debate/discussion on seal hunting as well as a world cafe activity to introduce students to different types of non-nationalist loyalties
After learning about soft and loud noises, students will use their knowledge to categorize soft and loud noises.
In this activity, students will learn about what a want and a need is. Students will have to choose 8 wants and 8 needs to take on an excursion to the Arctic.
This work sheet gets students to read and extract information from the text book to learn about Peru.
A colorful and simple reference for students regarding punctuation.
This Counting Caterpillar was developed from the Kindergarten Program of Studies.
This Multiplication quiz covers skip counting, repeated addition, arrays, word problems, annexing the zero and basic facts. All 1 digit by 1 digit problems.
Jeu parfait pour les centres de mathÃ©matiques! Rouler le dÃ© et construire une tour sur le numÃ©ro correspondant. Jouer en Ã©quipe de deux Ã quatre
A simple checklist for grade 1/2 writing
Includes the project outline, a planning page, and self-assessment rubric/reflection
A reference chart for students to fill out as they learn about the 4 countries.
A chart that students can use to fill in as they learn about various celebrations in India.
A variety of activities where students experiment with pitch.
A collection of images that I have put together to create my bulletin board.
Notes for the Math 10 dash 3 earning an income unit.
This booklet allows students to try spelling an unknown word three times and then confer with the teacher to find the correct spelling.
<strong>What are the Characteristics of Matter?</strong> Molecules. States of matter. Melting and boiling points. Cohesion and adhesion. Surface tension. Density. See a transformation in your students as their interest is piqued with this engaging resource! Scientific Discrepant Events is a full teacher resource that works to educate students using the principle of cause and effect to explore the factors that influence weather in a way that hooks them from the moment the lesson begins. <strong>What is a 'discrepant event'?</strong> A scientific discrepant event is the result of an experiment that goes against what students expect to happen and thus provides an open-ended question to stimulate student thought. Discrepant events are an invitation to science inquiry, allowing students to view themselves as scientists in the process of learning. Students are immediately intrigued by what they have seen and become active, engaged participants.
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