Category Archives: Late Elementary Lesson Plans
Submitted by RJL Click here to join teachertime123 on facebook! “It’s Raining Ridiculous Rhymes”
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! Materials: Plastic bottle Black and orange construction paper Cotton balls Googly eyes Fat pipe cleaner or feather (orange, black or yellow) Glue 1.Use a plastic bottle for the body of the penguin. 2. … 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.
Submitted by Marla H. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! You need: an old sock, white water bottle, permanent markers The white water bottle becomes the body of this snowman. Cut the toe section off a sock. This becomes … Continue reading
Submitted by Diana C. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! Petals and leaves are all separate pieces of construction paper and then glued together toward the middle. Add small yellow circles for the center of flower. These are bright … 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
From Jennifer C. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! 1. Word Choice (mouth): says the right words. 2. Voice (heart): lets your feelings come through your writing. 3. Conventions (hand): fixes what needs fixing. 4. Ideas (head): thinks of … Continue reading
Submitted by Diane C. Have students draw a picture(s) on black paper. Many students like to use white crayon. Just make sure the crayon side isn’t showing when being glued to the colored background. Click here to like teachertime123 on … Continue reading
* List 5 ways (or 10 ways) that you can help keep the Earth clean. * What items can be recycled? List as many as you can! * What are some things you can do to help out our Earth? … Continue reading
Submitted by Natalie N. “Black and White Animals” For our Animal unit in science, we discuss the usual animal things: habitat, cold blooded- vs. warm blooded, prey and predators, adaptations, camouflage, etc. We then look at animals that are primarily … Continue reading
Submitted by Krista H. This is a “no scissors” project. Have students tear tissue paper to make lovely spring flowers. They will glue tissue paper to a sheet of colored construction paper. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
St. Patrick’s Day writing prompts *Write 3 wishes you would like to come true. * A leprechaun granted me a wish…… * I have a friend who is a leprechaun. Let me tell you all about him….. * Acrostic poem- … Continue reading