But will she crash and burn at the hands of Dee Seevers? The first problem graphs a modified trigonometric function. Carryman's henchman arrive at the dock when the tide was low or high? The second problem optimizes the volume of a box folded from a giant sheet of cardboard.
Friday, November 6, November Writing Crafts November writing is all about being thankful - thankful for what we have and for what others have done to allow us to have what we have! From Thanksgiving to Veterans Day, there are a ton of great writing activities and prompts you can do in November!
The first event we write about in November is Election Day! There are a lot of great books you can read and then follow it up with a writing activity about Election Day and why it is important to vote.
My favorite activity is to have a class vote! Do a few silly mock votes first where students simply raise their hands with their heads down since voting is supposed to be confidential and tally it up on the white board and count it up with them for some sneaky tally marks math practice as well ; You can ask silly questions like "Would you rather be a dragon or a unicorn?
Write the 2 choices on the board and give them a strip of paper to write their choice on, fold, and place in the ballot box when they're done. If you want to be fancy, you could print up little voting sheets that have the 2 choices and a box but that's up to you!
After all the votes are in, you can empty the box and go through each vote, saying it out loud and adding a tally mark on the board As you can see in the green "My Vote" writing activity above, I wrote 2 choices on the ballot - extra recess or craft - for students to choose from.
The ballot I provide is empty so you can write, or have students write, any 2 choices in there that you want. Then, they mark their vote and write about it. I love this activity because students get to participate in a vote that matters to them and see that every vote counts and matters.
Pick something to vote on that they care about - maybe which activity they do Friday or what snack to have that day. Veterans Day Writing Activities Veterans Day is a time we say thank you to the veterans that have served our country.
I created these fun Veterans Day crafts to honor our veterans. I made both a male and female soldier and both a male and female patriotic kid so you have a few options to choose from.
You can use them to write letters to soldiers or to write about Veterans Day and why we celebrate it. These make great bulletin boards if you give each student a boy or girl craft to color like themselves and let them choose red, white, or blue paper as the background - it makes a really awesome patriotic display!
These are all in the Veterans Day Writing Activities pack. Don't think I forgot you, my worldwide friends! I also made Remembrance Day writing activities for those of you who celebrate Remembrance Day: I made ones for Canada with the Canadian flag For Australia with the Australian flag Thanksgiving is a time where we think about what we're thankful for which is a great writing topic!
First, brainstorm all of the things you're thankful for together as a group. Any time you are brainstorming together, I think it's great to have students add detail to their idea while you're brainstorming.
Instead of just making a big list of what we're thankful for, have them add details to it of why they're thankful for that particular thing.
This will really help their writing later! Then, they can take what they've brainstormed and write about what they're thankful for with this cute writing prompt.Thanksgiving Writing and FREEBIE!!
For Thanksgiving, we only have a 2 day week. I like to do writing activities during these 2 days. We did a narrative story, a persuasive writing, and a descriptive writing. Where did you get the turkey from for the writing prompt? Reply Delete. Julia Casteel November 13, at PM.
Jan 21, · The weather is a great topic for English Language Learners — it’s an issue that affects them every day.
There are opportunities to discuss it all the time. Praising a nice day is nice, but who doesn’t love to complain about a bad one? And the topic provides easy reading, writing, speaking and listening opportunities. The weather outside may be frightful, but these writing prompts about winter will take some of the chill out of the air.
Let your kids pick a prompt. Before you know it, they’ll be imagining the perfect snow companion, writing winter poetry, or persuading you to let them take up a new snow sport.
Dec 20, · These guides and activities will help you understand the structure of a weather forecast and help you to write a great forecast. Every day, BBC weather presenter Carol Kirkwood gives millions of.
Dec 04, · Creative writing prompt:Imagine you could choose one type of weather for the rest of your life. What would you choose and how would it affect your life?4/5(10).
Nov 25, · Welcome to Paula's Preschool and Kindergarten! My class blog is the place I share information about some of the fun learning activities we are doing at school.