- It encourages children to see multiple perspectives
- It contents social studies with reading
- It makes historical events seem more real
Historical fiction is a great genre for getting students excited about history. Present this award to students and explain that they will receive it once they've read 4 historical fiction books. You can get this award and many others in the Awards, Certificates, Achievements and More e-book.
Why encourage students to read historical fiction?
Great historical Fiction for the primary grades.
Saw this on Pinterest and wanted to share it. If you go to the website you can grab the code to share it on your site as well.
Help your students to expand into other genres by giving out a mystery award.
To earn this award students will need to read four books in the mystery genre. You can, of course, alter this number according to your grade and your students need. You can get this award and many others in the Awards, Certificates, Achievements and More eBook.
Whats so great about the mystery genre?
Do you think that mysteries are only for the upper grades?
Think again. The following books are great to use in the younger grades.
If you liked the Little Blue Men from Space prefixes your going to love this new version with suffixes. Just like before students need to help the little blue men learn about our language by matching words with suffixes to create longer and more complex words. The download includes a playing mat, title, pieces pouch, playing cards, and a recording sheet.
Note: To those that have already downloaded the prefixes version I've discovered some mistakes and am fixing them now. When I've finished I will repost the updated version and will ask that you download it again.
The free giveaway is over. You can purchase the game at the file folder - printables page.
So I've opened up my Teacher Lingo comment inbox only to discover that I've been spammed. There wasn't just a couple there were over 4,000 spam comments all on one post in my inbox. None of them were published but still I hate having all of them in my inbox. Luckily Teacher Lingo has a bulk delete option but it only works for 10 comments at a time. So I've spent the last hour deleting them and I'm still not done. Have any of you had the same problem?
Little Blue Men are coming to earth and are trying to learn English. They already learned some prefixes and they've sent out scouts to collect words. Your students job is to match root words to a prefixes, then record their observations on a recording sheet. (Note: I'm using root word here to mean any word that a prefix can be added to, not the smallest unit of meaning. I'm doing this to have students focus on the prefix and its meaning.)
The free giveaway is over. To purchase this game or see other great file folder games visit the File-Folder - printables page.
Aliens are coming to visit Earth and Mars in this fun addition game.
To play students roll the dice and cover a number on their planet. When a student has covered the entire planet they win! Click on the link below to download the game.
A useful tool for teaching subtraction is having students learn about fact families. In anticipation of Saint Patrick's Day I'm releasing a file folder game that students can practice their fact families on. Click on the link below to download your freebie.
I just started using Pinterest and found some great ideas for attractive book displays here are my favorite top five.
Those are spice racks that are mounted onto the wall.
Now were going for spice racks to rain gutters.
What an inviting place to read!
So now I'm all inspired. What do you do to make your reading area attractive?
I've now finished the second grade Saint Patrick's Day sight words file folder games. You can get your free file folder games by clicking on the link below. If your a first grade or Kindergarten teacher check older posts to download games for your grade level. I'm not planning on releasing a 3rd grade games but if your a 3rd grade teacher and would like to have these games for your grade level leave me a note below.