Help your students to process and retain the information they learn from watching videos with this handy worksheet. Students will consider their previous knowledge, what they learn, and what they still want to know.
Guide students to get the most out of non-fiction texts by thinking about their previous knowledge, what they learn, and what they still want to know. When they finish, they can trim it to paste into a spiral-bound notebook.
Help your students take organized notes on a book, lesson, or video with this helpful worksheet. Kids will record facts they already know, what they learn, and questions they still have. Then they can paste their notes in their composition notebook.
Identifying and describing their feelings is an important part of the way children develop social skills. This lesson teaches your students how to identify feelings, and then elaborate on them by speaking and writing in complete sentences.
Students will get to track their own learning on a topic using this graphic organizer. First they'll write down thoughts and questions they have about a topic. After reading, they'll record their new thoughts and consider how their responses have changed.
Students will have the time of their lives, as they represent their school day on a timeline. From the moment they wake up to the end of school, students will enjoy communicating their day in chronological order.