8.5.5 Addition and Subtraction to 20, Using 5 and 10: This is maybe quite a simple activity but children could also make the sum on their rack and work out the answer. They could also think of other examples to fill up the boxes.
Need a fast way to create a differentiated lesson for your students? This handy "cheat sheet" is all you need to create a lesson to meet the needs of your GATE students. Decide on your thinking skill, content, resources, and the product by using this one page guide.
In this pack you will find everything you need to help you get started with RTI. There are several forms including: RtI Description and Informaiton on each Tier, Additional Resources Page, Status of the Class Form, Possible Student in Need Form, Data Form for Assessments, Individual Student Action Plan, 2 different forms for documentation, list of sample options for changes in intervention, and a lesson plan template designed for the Tiered Model of RtI.
These interactive pages cover American Colonies, grades 3-5. There are interactive pages for New England, Mid-Atlantic, and Southern Colonies along with individual templates for any colony or group of colonies you may be studying. I have included picture examples and use specific colonies only as a guide to model how a page could appear. $