Plural Nouns

Plural Nouns

Grammar isn't just about sitting quietly! When reviewing plural nouns, encourage your child to talk and move as they participate in a game of "Plural Noun Scoot."
Grammar isn't just about sitting quietly! When reviewing plural nouns, encourage your students to talk and move as they participate in a game of "Plural Noun Scoot."

Area

Area

Move over March Madness, it's Math Madness! Calculate the area of basketball courts — and reinforce your child's conceptual understanding of the relationship between addition and multiplication — first by adding up unit squares, then by multiplying the length and width.
Move over March Madness, it's Math Madness! Calculate the area of basketball courts — and reinforce students' conceptual understanding of the relationship between addition and multiplication — first by adding up unit squares, then by multiplying the length and width.

Questioning While Reading

Questioning While Reading

Encourage reading comprehension by returning to the basics! For example, have your child answer and formulate questions while reading. Add a twist by encouraging your child to color code the text based on their questions.
Encourage reading comprehension by returning to the basics! For example, have students answer and formulate questions while reading. Add a twist by encouraging students to color code the text based on their questions.

Limericks

Limericks

Help your child harness the fun, creative potential of poetry by offering opportunities for them to write it in its many forms. A poetry journal is a great space to explore a variety of genres, including this week's featured lesson, the limerick.
Help children harness the fun, creative potential of poetry by offering opportunities for them to write it in its many forms. A poetry journal is a great space to explore a variety of genres, including this week's featured lesson, the limerick.
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