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• Dolphin Teamwork: Close Reading Passage

This short nonfiction passage—plus three multiple choice (bubble test) style questions—will help children learn essential comprehension skills, such as main idea, details, and inference!

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• Essential Questions for Language Arts: Teamwork

Literature provides countless examples of characters facing the challenges of working as a team to reach a common goal. Students will be able to share personal experience with teamwork when you kick off this lively discussion!

• Teamwork on the Dance Floor (Main Idea & Details): Close Reading Passage

This article on the history of square dancing offers guided text-marking practice and comprehension questions that target the skill of identifying main idea and details. This passage has a 540 Lexile score.

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• Class Constitution and Recycling Robot

Perfect for the first weeks of school and constitution Day, this resource explains how your class can work as a group to write a class constitution of rules. Also includes a project making a recycling robot from recycled materials.

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• Treasure Measure: A Move & Learn Math Activity

Working in pairs, a Guide will give direction to lead a blindfolded Seeker to find a treasure, recording each direction and measuring distance with a noncustomary unit of measure—footsteps.

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• Working as a Team! Chart

This sign should be displayed prominently to remind students of the important personal qualities needed for everyone to work well in the classroom.

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Charts, Signs, Labels
• Ring Around: A Move & Learn Math Activity

Working in groups, children measure the distance around various objects using nonstandard units of measurement, such as finger length or arm spam. After recording their measurements, they discuss and compare the results.

Subject: Measurement , Math

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• Parachute Pop-Offs: A Move & Learn Math Activity

Working as a team, kids "pop" a large parachute, sending a fixed number of beanbags high into the air. Children count how many beanbags land back on the parachute, then use mental strategies to determine how many landed on the floor.

Subject: Math , Subtraction

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• Cocoon: A Move & Learn Math Activity

Working in groups, children make measurement estimations then wrap one group member's leg or arm with toilet tissue. Next, they carefully unwrap and count the number of sheets used. The results are shared and compared as a class.

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• Working as a Team! Color Chart

This colorful sign should be displayed prominently to remind students of the important personal qualities needed for everyone to work well in the classroom.

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• Bug Banner: Collaborative Activity

Use a bug activity sheet to research a bug and then display them together to create a classroom banner.

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Lesson Plans
• Working as a Team! Worksheet

Divide your classroom into teams for an important lesson or activity, then evaluate team performance with this worksheet.

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