These lesson plans were put together to give you a head start when sharing continuous learning with your students and their families. You’ll find that these activities:
Character Feelings NEW!
Let’s Write a Poem! NEW!
Nature Hunt NEW!
Word Chain Game NEW!
Word Trains NEW!
Would You Rather? Critical Thinking NEW!
Building Vocabulary: What Can You Learn From A Picture
Family Time Capsule
Poem Of The Week
Retelling A Story
Vocabulary: Learning Words With The Gingerbread Cowboy
Word Play With Songs
Let’s Be a Poet! Write an Acrostic Poem NEW!
Plant Parts-Observing and Sorting NEW!
Building Vocabulary: Going On A Word Hunt
Hanging Out At Home
Wants Or Needs
Be a Story Innovator NEW!
How Many Words YOU Find? NEW!
Poetry JAM! Let’s Write a Cinquain NEW!
Building Vocabulary: Be A Word Collector
Long Ago & Now
Main Idea: Non-Fiction
Would You Rather? Forming Opinions
Summarizing A Story
Making Word Trains
Book or Chapter Review NEW!
Comparing Fractions NEW!
Fun with Figurative Language NEW!
Kenn Nesbitt Poetry NEW!
Realistic Fiction Word Scavenger Hunt NEW!
Fraction Parts Of The Whole
Weather & Climate: Bar Graph
Weather & Climate: Reading Passage
Weather & Climate: Vocabulary
Weather Climate: Writing
Opinion Writing: Should Schools Have Snow Days?
Weather Poetry: Every Day Thunder By Bobbi Katz
Weather Poetry: Every Day (week2) “Ramona Street On A Hot Summer Day” By Betsy Franco & A Warm Summer Day By Sarah Wilson
Hummingbirds-Compare/Contrast Texts NEW!
It’s All Greek (and Latin) to Me NEW!
Kenn Nesbitt Poetry Week NEW!
Molecule & Organism Journal Writing
Molecule & Organism Symmetry
Molecules and Organisms Vocabulary
Molecules to Organisms Reading Passage
Plant Poetry Every Day: Week 2
Poem of the Week #1: Plants
Opinion Writing: Is It Better To Plant Perennial Plans or Annual Plants?
Adding Mixed Number-Fractions NEW!
Fiction One Pager NEW!
Stars- Compare/Contrast Texts NEW!
Weather Informational Texts NEW!
Animal Poetry Week 1
Animal Poetry Week 2
Animal Opinion Writing
Ecosystems Reading Passage
Energy From The Sun to Animals Vocabulary
We hope you and your students find these resources both educational and fun. If you have any feedback, we’d really appreciate you sharing it with us.