Category Archives: Intermediate Grades
Submitted by Abby B. Click here to join teachertime123 on fb 1.Brainstorm with students different adjectives for the letters spelling out “Mother”. 2. Have students create and decorate and acrostic poem.
Submitted by Julie G.Click here to join teachertime123 on facebook! Use for addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, or fact families. The answer to the problem is in the center of the flower. The problems are written in the petals.
Submitted by Monica G. Materials: paper plate construction paper markers or paint yarn or thread 1. Cut a paper plate in half. 2. Color (crayon/marker) or paint the background of the plate. 3. Decorate with marker, crayon, paint, construction paper, … Continue reading
Submitted by Kim D. Click here to join teachertime123 on facebook! Have students trace and cut out an egg from a pattern. Either have squares of tissue cut for them or teach them to cut first into strips, then cut … Continue reading
Submitted by Jocelyn G. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! Materials: Gift bag Construction paper Pom poms Pipe cleaners Decorate as shown or do a variation of this project. Great to hold all those Valentine cards!
Submitted by Kayda V. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! Use white paint and get hand prints of your students on red (or color of your choice) construction paper. Cut out hand prints. Glue them to the bottom of … Continue reading
Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! “Will the Groundhog See Its Shadow?” Yes responses colored and cut groundhogs with shadows. No responses colored and cut groundhogs without shadows. top of graph: … Continue reading
Submitted by Kelly Q. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! You need a blank 100 charts for your students to color on and crayons. Read the following to your students. If finished correctly, it will be a groundhog. You … Continue reading
Submitted by Kelly M. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! My students were given the assignment to write a story about a lost mitten from the point of view of that lost mitten. They were to tell about … Continue reading
Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! Submitted by Joan O. Materials: -large plastic cup -construction paper -ribbon -popcorn -glue (permanent makers can be used instead of construction paper and glue) 1. Cut out eyes, nose and mouth for the … Continue reading
Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! Your students can prepare this in writing lessons after studying grammar on can/can’t. Submitted By: Emel Kakmaci Have students describe their superhero by using “can” and “can’t” to tell what they can do.
From www.gonannies.com We’re surrounded by peer pressure every day in a variety of different ways, from the unknown forces of the media to our friends and family. Although a parent can’t erase peer pressure from her child’s life, she can … Continue reading
Submitted by Sandy T. Click here to like teacehrtime123 on facebook! You will need: colored paper bag, white paper doily, marker, pipe cleaner for halo if you are making this into an angel Open up a colored lunch bag (you … Continue reading
From gonannies.com Tis the season of gift giving! This year, rather than taking the kids out to the stores to find gifts for family members, why not have your children make gifts for their grandparents, aunts and uncles instead? Crafts … Continue reading