Essential Skill Web Sets are groups of web resources
on an essential skill
students must master, researched and searched out for you and gathered
together here in a group for your
convenience. Just click and you will find lots
of ideas and resources to help you teach those essential
(P.S. There is no set time for new Essential Skills to come out.
I am a
teacher and a mother also, so my time is consumed
by my children, both in school and at home!)
to Read 15 online stories that introduce a particular skill (for
example, short a sound); children can read the stories themselves or
click to hear each word being pronounced for them. There are games
to go along with each story, and you can even order FREE
printed materials to go along
with each lesson.
students numbers in standard form (print numbers
for your overhead). Have students place number
strips on their desks to show expanded notation.
Value Charts Call out numbers to be placed in specific place
values. See if students can end up with your number.
(For example, write a 3 in the hundred thousands place, write a 9 in
the ten millions place, and so forth)
All About Fractions These pages are all about the operations
on fractions covered in K8 math courses.
Each page has an explanation, interactive
practice and challenge games about fractions.
A few of the topics included are basic
fractions, identifying prime and composite
numbers, divisibility rules, equivalent
fractions, operations with fractions,
and much more! Very comprehensive!
Fractions Instruction and practice on identifying
fractions, renaming fractions, comparing
fractions, adding, subtracting, multiplying,
and dividing fractions.
Coolmath for Kids
Fraction Lessons Lots of lessons on fractions with a "Try It"
section for each lesson. Everything about
fractions from "What are They?" to
"Equivalent Fractions" to "Reducing
Fractions." Also, lessons on operations
EdHelper Worksheets -- A TON! Intro to fractions, decimals & fractions,
comparisons between fractions, improper fractions, mixed numbers, equivalent fractions, adding &
subtracing fractions, prime factorization, GCF, LCM, reducing fractions, fraction number
puzzles, and word problems. Each time you return to print another page on the same skill,
you get a DIFFERENT PAGE!
Facts Cafe Make your own worksheets with the content you want, print premade
worksheets, or print flashcards
Least Common Multiple
Choose how many on each page and also print an answer sheet. Each time you return
to print more, you get different problems!
Fractions Choose how many on each page, the difficulty level, and either include improper
fractions or not. Each time you return to print more, you get different problems!
A Plus Math
Print worksheets on reducing fractions,
multiplying or adding fractions
Yearly Writing Program Paragraph a Week is a yearly writing program
designed to give your fifth- and sixth-graders
practice with writing various types of paragraphs.
In addition it reinforces good study habits and preparation of long-term assignments.
it involves parents in their child's Language Arts curriculum.
Three Wishes Lesson Plan When 4th - 6th graders are asked to write
a paragraph, the result is often a few short,
choppy sentences beginning with the, an, a, or I.
This activity guides students through the writing
process for a successful five-sentence
paragraph with varied sentence beginnings.
Repeating this process frequently with many,
varied topics teaches students to use variety
to create interesting paragraphs.
Paragraph Sandwiches Teach students how to create a fantastic
paragraph with this wonderful "sandwich" idea.
It will allow students to learn the basics and get
them thinking about what is needed to write great
paragraphs for any audience!
Matching Lesson plan that teaches the parts of the
paragraph, and then has the students
matching the details to its main idea
Punch Online lesson which leads you through
writing a paragraph. You can save &
resume later, and when you're
finsihed, publish your paragraph!
Really cool site.
"Big Mac" Sandwich Paragraph Sheet A sheet to print which organizes your paragraph
like a sandwich: top bun is the topic sentence,
meat, cheese, lettuce are the juicy details
and the bottom bun is the conclusion.
Sticking to the Topic (from RHL School)
Select the sentence that would go with the
rest of the paragraph.