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Students will learn the concepts of vertex, side, ray, and angle. They will be shown how to use a protractor and how to distinguish the three types of angles - acute, obtuse, and right angles. Understanding beginning geometry concepts will be made so much easier with this fabulous resource on angles!

As animals consumer plants or other animals energy is transferred to them. Students will see that energy moves up the food chain (and food pyramid) when they create their very own FOOD CHAIN. Students will learn about producers, consumers, herbivores, carnivores, and omnivores. 

Basic and simple cell structures of plants and animals for the elementary student.  
Students will learn the basic parts of a plant and an animal cell using comparing and contrasting, vocabulary activities, ABC order, and much MORE!!

Our planet has many natural resources that we use every day. We must learn to protect them so that they last for future generations. Because all living things depend on each other, let's become good stewards of our world's natural resources.

Help students learn the value of recycling by focus on what they do at home to help the environment. Your students will love this interactive glyph that helps them tell about how they help save our planet!

Students explore the different parts of the a book. First, they learn about the inside of a book. They learn that the front of the book contains the table of contents. Students also learn that the back of the book contains the index and glossary. Then they learn about the outside of a book. They will learn about the title, spine, call number, cover, author, illustrator, and dust jacket.

Schwa is in disguise and steals the identity of the vowels. Schwa may look like a vowel but you must learn to listen with your detective ears. Schwa is a difficult concept to teach; but this resource makes it so easy and fun! 

Did you know that OUGH can be pronounced more than 10 different ways? In this activity your students will learn words that have the six most common sounds. Students will use a dictionary to help them learn the meaning and pronunciation of these words. After that, they complete a worksheet by cutting and pasting the words in the correct column. Your students will learn phonograms, vocabulary, pronunciation, and practice much needed dictionary skills.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Missy,

    Here at Boost Promotions we love your blog! We make swag tags, they are used to reward and recognize kids for a job well done. We would like to mail you a free teacher kit! We’d love a shout-out on your page. Feel free to check out our website

    Just email me back with an address to send it to and any requests. I look forward to hearing from you.