Make and adjust predictions while reading, viewing, or listening to print and non-print media. Directed Reading Thinking Activity - a comprehension strategy that guides students in asking questions about a text, making predictions, and then reading to confirm or refute their predictions Drawing Conclusions - [designed for grade 3] Read the story and choose the correct word to complete the sentence. Drawing Conclusions - designed for grade 3] Read the story and answer the question. First Lines - First Lines is a pre-reading comprehension strategy in which students read the beginning sentences from a book and then make predictions about that book.
At the end of the school year I have a huge raffle.
Each child has a numbered stick which I use to randomly raffle off the many items in our classroom. I try to spread this out over a whole day, gradually building up to the larger items such as our birthday chair, my hand painted stool, my own personal items, and finally, our class art project.
This is a great way to clear out the classroom to make way for new things for the next year. We do allow cheating for x, but the kids are good at the other letters.
Then they illustrate their books. I save these and have them on the desks for next year's new students. Trace a triangle for the cone. Students will draw at least 3 scoops and cut out.
On each scoop they write something they learned from the school year. Then they glue the scoops attaching them to the cone. I read The Jolly Postman to my class. I also have read many of the other fairy tales over the school year. Then I have my class write letters to the characters in any of the fairy tales and make an envelop with an appropriate address.
Beansville, NY Submitted by: The last week of school was into the 90 degree days this year and at the spur of the moment, we decided to have a Water Fun day. Stations included beach volleyball, basketball hoop in a baby swim pool, obstacle course through a sprinkler, over hurdles, through tires, etc.
We finished activities in time to dry off or change clothes so that no one went home on the bus wet. It was a great cool off and quite a nice change for the last week of school. For the last day of school I make a word search with everyone's first name.
Use our Word Search Maker! Use the "Fun Options" to scramble their names before they can find them - it is super simple and quick to make a fantastic word search! Over the summer I have my class list with addresses of all my students, and also send the list home so we can all write over the summer.
This works well by email as well. You can use our Writing Prompts for inspiration!
All Rights Reserved Login.5th Grade Reading Comprehension Prep: This app offers science and social studies themed passages with companion comprehension questions. It’s a bit more bare-bones than some of the other choices, and the reading level of the passages is on the high side for fifth graders.
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Reading Standards for 5th Grade. If your child is currently in 5th grade, he or she is likely reading more difficult works of fiction and nonfiction than just a couple years ago, as . During , a team of teachers at FCRR collected ideas and created Student Center Activities for use in kindergarten through fifth grade classrooms.
Accompanying these Student Center Activities is a Teacher Resource Guide and Professional Development DVD that offers important insights on differentiated instruction and how to use the.