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Summer Olympics 2016 Task Cards or Online Scavenger Hunt by KMediaFun

Sharks: Non-Fiction Text Features and Task Cards

It's Shark Week! At least it can be with this Task Card Set! Fabulous set has four pages of reading selections and 60 task cards!

Interested in teaching your students about the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio? Check out these sampler pages from two of our larger Olympic units! *Ancient vs. Modern Olympics Sort, 2 Graphic Organizers, History of the Modern Olympics reading passage, Word Search, Acrostic Poem. FREE!

How Many Drops Of Water Can You Put On A Penny?

Water Surface Tension Experiment | STEM Challenge

2016 Summer Rio Games Research Task Cards

Everyone is getting excited for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games! These task cards are a fun and engaging way for students in grades 3 and up to learn more about them. There are six task cards, each with 4-5 questions. Each task card has a QR code to scan to take the students to a website about the summer games. If your students don’t have access to a QR code scanner, they may click on the QR code link and it will take them to the website. $

Summer Olympics 2016

This complete unit contains all that you need to teach your students about the 2016 Olympics!This unit contains:Fact cards about the First Modern Day OlympicsFacts cards about the 2016 OlympicsPocket for Fact Cards (perfect for interactive notebooks)Olympics Then and Now Sort Comparison ActivityWhere is Rio de Janeiro?

Ancient Greece Task Cards or Online Scavenger Hunt by KMediaFun

I have provided this activity to introduce students to Ancient Greece in task cards form or as an online scavenger hunt. You can choose to use either, as both have the same questions. There are 20 questions in all, divided between 7 task cards and 2 worksheets for the online scavenger hunt.Students can work cooperatively or on their own to complete either version.

Do you have trouble finding science and social studies curriculum for students with special needs? This is how I integrate common core science topics into my autism classroom!

I have provided this activity to introduce students to the Winter Olympics 2014 in task cards form or as an online scavenger hunt. You can choose ...