Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Welcome to Camp for Distance Learning or Paper Pencil

Grab your sleeping bag and a flash light.
Dress in your best camping attire.  Make a tent.
Welcome to camp!!
This resource was designed to help YOU connect with YOUR students from afar.
The slides are perfect for engaging students in reading, writing, word work and math with a camp theme!
The resource begins with text about camping..
Students use the text to report details found in the text.
Next students will read about "SMORES". Yum
The students will then write a sequence story about how to make a "SMORE"!
Can you imagine a day camping with your family or friends?
Students are asked to write their opinion about what activity would be the best to do while camping.
Students will also prepare a list of what would be needed for a camping trip.
Word Work includes using camping vocabulary to put into ABC order and to listen for syllables.
The final slide focuses on camping story problems for students to solve.
What fun!!

C is for Camping, oh so much fun!
Even if you have never been camping it is fun to imagine.
Bring the campground to your classroom or home!!
And almost everyone has built a fire and roasted marshmallows.
This will have your class wishing they could do s'more!!
The packet contains-
My Favorite "Spot" in the Classroom/School
I wish I had "s'more" time this year to...
Opinion...Camping would be fun (yes, no)
How to make a s'more
Graphic Organizers
Final Write Pages
Data Collection (favorite camping activity)
Roll and Cover (Differentiated Subtraction)
Word Work:
ABC Order
Word Search
Classroom Treat
Parent Note

The packet contains:
Mini Story on Camping
Sequence Writing...first, next, then
Writing a paragraph...camping is, has, can
How to Stories (differentiated)
Writing a list...items to pack
Writing a scary story
Writing with our senses
ABC Order
Word search
Let's Make Words
Parts of Speech
Data Collection...2 activities
Doubles Practice Game...Roll to camp!
Addition Practice Game with dice
3 S'more snack directions and labels.
Letter to Parents
Vocabulary for posting 


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