After teaching my students the 5 main ways authors organize information separately, my students were ready to look at a variety of texts and determine that different text structures the author used. I started with this baking themed POKE set to see where my students stood when asked to put all 5 text structures together.
A solar eclipse project we did based on the News 2 You article we read this week. Just glue a yellow sun to black construction paper. Then create a black moon and attach it by poking a hole and using a fastener. Voila, you have a moveable moon for a solar eclipse. It was great for fine motor skills, as we cut out each individual ray for the sun. My class suns are pictured at the bottom.
This is a very fun, self-checking, hands-on game to motivate students to practice the beginning steps of long division with remainders. I have my students try to do these mentally. The game contains 24 cards, a recording sheet, and an answer key.Check out how poke cards work in my Poke Card Video.Save and receive even more by purchasing the Upper Elementary Math Poke Card MEGA Bundle that includes this resource.Thanks for stopping by!Tabitha CarroFlapJack Educational Resources