Heather Johnston

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Jamestown Elementary Art Blog: 5th grade Gustav Klimt Tree Landscapes

graders studied the art of Gustav Klimt . They learned about how his father was a gold engraver which probably started his love of gold.

"Our favorite part of this unit was when we had our kids work on fluency through skits and plays."  Curriculum Corner's "Fairy Tale Unit" blog post shares 10-days of lessons– including  Readers Theater. My Inspiration = bilingual books and BILINGUAL READERS THEATER!

Fairy Tale Unit of Study - great for second and third grades. Includes lots of graphic organizers and other ideas for teaching story elements through fairy tales.

Free video lesson: Life Cycle of a Frog. Along with the video, I have also linked the Frog Life Cycle worksheets. Check them out both!

Don't you teach frog life cycle in K? Free video lesson: Life Cycle of a Frog. Along with the video, I have also linked the Frog Life Cycle worksheets.

Life Cycles - Interactive notebook lesson about animal life cycles. Lesson includes mammals, insects, amphibians, and birds. Using "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" students are introduced to the life of insects and even Kermit the Frog helps them learn the frog's life cycle. Also includes videos and songs.  Resource type: SMART Notebook lesson  Subject: Science  Grade: Kindergarten,  Grade 1,  Grade 2,  Grade 3

Life Cycles: Interactive notebook lesson about the life cycles of mammals, insects, amphibians and birds. Using "The Very Hungry Caterpillar", students are introduced to the life of insects and Kermit even pops by to explain the frog's life cycle!

Life Cycles

Life Cycles: Interactive notebook lesson about the life cycles of mammals, insects, amphibians and birds. Using "The Very Hungry Caterpillar", students are introduced to the life of insects and Kermit even pops by to explain the frog's life cycle!

($) "Animals and Adaptations" is a science unit that focuses on animals, their needs, their habitats, and their adaptations for survival. It also introduces the concept of the environmental stewardship and asks the question "How do humans affect the environment?".  The Animals and Adaptations unit was written for elementary students, but it can easily be adapted for other grade levels. This set can easily be used in a homeschool environment.  #animals  #habitats  #environment #adaptations

Animals and Adaptations COMPLETE UNIT (science, habitats, environment, biomes) **** Featured in the Teachers Pay Teachers Newsletter, April

Animal Classification (An ELA and Science Unit)

6 different reader's theater scripts, posters, activities, vocabulary. This unit is loaded with adorable, fun activities that will have your students practicing their reading fluency while learning about animal groups.