Are you teaching your K-2 students about animals? Here are three resources that will support your science curriculum and unit study. Since these resources include the vocabulary you are teaching, you'll find this an easy way to increase retention of new science words and information about animals, while also practicing literacy and math skills!
All three resources are illustrated with photos and realistic drawings. Click on any of the links to learn more about each resource.
Animal Classes: 14 printables, games, and literacy center activities. This resource addresses the skills and strategies of comparing and contrasting, fact and opinion, categories, labeling diagrams, alphabetical order, using graphic organizers, and fluent phrasing.
Inference, Key Details, and Vocabulary ~ Animal Riddles: 20 riddles cards, twenty picture cards with amazing photos by Anne Weaver, a board game using the same animal names, and a template for your students to write their own ridddles.
Wildcats! Is It Ten?: a math game for practicing combinations of ten. Sum cards, directions, and a student response page
Sold separately, these resources would cost $13.75. You'll save 20% by buying them in this pack!
Watch your students' understanding and vocabulary grow as you use these resources that will extend
their practice across the curriculum into math and literacy. Help your students achieve lasting learning by using hands-on resources and learning games!
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Primary Inspiration by Linda Nelson
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I'm proud to have been a teacher for 26 years, with most of my experience and my happiest days spent in the primary grades. I've taught Reading Recovery, Basic Skills, first grade, and even a first grade literacy intervention class. As a big believer in hands-on learning, you'll see that center activities and games are among my favorite resources to create! Student engagement is key to learning that lasts, so I strive to create differentiated fun activities that will keep your students excited about learning!