In this unit, your students will learn: ☆ the French road signs shapes ☆ what they mean exactly ☆ discover the 3 American road signs and find their equivalent in the French system. They will also develop their writing skills, writing about the signs’ meaning. ☞ Grammar It focuses on the use of the modals should and must. ☞ Engage your students ! Make them create their own signs with the blank road signs, both French and American.
In this unit, your students will learn: the French road signs shapes what they mean exactly discover the 3 American road signs and find their equivalent in the French system.They will also develop their writing skills, writing about the signs meaning.
In this set, you will get 26 cliparts, road signs related. ✔︎ 13 French road signs ✔︎ 6 French blank road signs ✔︎ 3 American road signs ✔︎ 4 American blank road signs Bonus: you will also get the landscape + the sign post that will allow you to highly personalize your documents.
King Arthur: Reading SLO, Finding Evidence in Non-Fiction
A complete SLO covering the reading skill of finding evidence to support a statement. Students will go through a series of non-fiction passages and printables to improve this skill. Pre and Post assessments, as well as, remediation and enrichment resources and all answer keys are all included. just now
Counting and Cardinality: Counting Cats Number Puzzles
Counting Cats Number Puzzles • Your students will have fun finding the corresponding number, ten frame, objects, and number word for values from 0 to 20. • Tracing, cutting, and gluing... Guaranteed to help develop their fine motor skills. • Includes one set in color and another trace and color set.
Pattern Blocks Tools Puzzles by A Thinker's Toolbox. Pattern Blocks Puzzles are a fun and creative way for your students to explore shapes and symmetry. Included are 5 Tools puzzles; a hammer, pliers, wrench, saw, and a measuring tape.
We all have classes with different numbers of students and it's sometimes diffult to find the right number of cards to play a game that's why I created that "I have... Who has..." game with 4 different possibilities:- 25 students: cards are green- 26 students: cards are blue- 27 students: cards are yellow- 28 students: cards are redThis way, you don't have to worry about cards being not in the right order or which card to leave out of the game to match your number of students.