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Exploding Volcano - Make a Flap Book (Learning Activity)
Students make a flap book and observe what happens when a volcano explodes.
Grade: 1-3, Subject: Science, Topic: Earth Science
Exploding Volcano: Science Manipulative (Learning Activity)
Students make a flap book and observe what happens when a volcano explodes.
Grade: K-2, Subject: Early Learning, Topic: Early Science
Volcanoes: Internet Scavenger-Hunt Question Cards (Science) (Learning Activity)
Build internet research skills by having students find the answers to 3 questions about volcano. A challenge question and website are included.
Grade: 4-8, Subject: Language Arts, Science, Technology, Topic: Research Skills, Earth Science, Communication and the Internet, Computers
An American Volcano: Reading Passage and Activity - Identifying cause and effect (Worksheet)
Read about Mount Saint Helens, an active volcano in Washington. Then complete the cause phrases with the effect phrases.
Grade: Grade 2, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
Content Words: Words About Volcanoes (Practice Pages) (Learning Activity, Word List, Worksheet)
Help students build their vocabulary skills in the content area of science using context words about volcanoes. Students will learn words about...
Grade: 3-5, Subject: Language Arts, Reading, Topic: Vocabulary, Word Recognition
An American Volcano: Reading and Identifying Cause and Effect (Worksheet)
Students read a nonfiction piece about Mt. St. Helens and then identify the causes and effects.
Grade: 1-3, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
An American Volcano: Quick Cloze Passage (Grades 2-3) (Worksheet)
What do you know about volcanoes? Students read the passage, and use the words on the provided word list, to fill in the blanks in this article...
Grade: 2-3, Subject: Reading, Language Arts, Professional Development, Topic: Content Area Reading, Reading Comprehension, Vocabulary, Assessment, Reading Support, Teacher Tips and Strategies
Earthquakes - Ready to Rumble (Lesson Plan)
Of all the disasters to strike humankind, earthquakes are perhaps the most destructive. To understand what causes earthquakes, your students...
Grade: 2-4, Subject: Science, Topic: Earth Science
Letter V: Character Page; Letter Page; Sign Language; Matching Cards (Classroom Organizer, Worksheet, Cut and Paste)
Practice with the Letter V. Four different options to help children recognize the letters of the alphabet and their letter sounds. Cute cartoon...
Grade: Pre-K-K, Subject: Reading, Early Learning, Foreign Languages and ESL, Topic: Alphabet Recognition, Phonemic Awareness, Word Recognition, Colors, Sign Language
Looking at Landforms: Grade 4 Map Skills (Worksheet)
Students study illustrations of different types of landforms and bodies of water, then match them to the correct descriptions!
Grade: Grade 4, Subject: Social Studies, Professional Development, Topic: Geography and Map Skills, Teacher Tips and Strategies
Our Solar System: Nonfiction Read & Write Booklet (Worksheet)
Students learn the facts about our solar system while they personalize this nonfiction read-and-write booklet!
Grade: 2-3, Subject: Reading, Language Arts, Science, Topic: Content Area Reading, Writing, Astronomy and Space
Understanding Landforms: Grade 5 Map Skills (Worksheet)
There are many different kinds of landforms found on Earth. Students study a picture of several landforms and bodies of water, then match each...
Grade: Grade 5, Subject: Social Studies, Professional Development, Topic: Geography and Map Skills, Teacher Tips and Strategies

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