Here’s a collection of worksheets and reproducibles for your classroom.
- Think About It Worksheet for physical science
- Biome Creation Worksheet for life science; use with Biome lesson plans
- Fairy Tale heroes worksheet
- Trucks reading comprehension worksheet
- Polar animals writing sheet
- Polar animals counting sheet
- Food Traditions Worksheet (b&w)
- Food Traditions worksheet (color)
- Thanksgiving Combinatorics
Cut the Tops and Bottoms worksheets into cards and have students sort the vegetables into those that grow above the ground and those that grow below the ground.
FreshPlans reproducible units
Complete integrated instructional units created by Rebecca Haden and Jay Jaro are available for purchase. Each downloadable book has full color pages, reproducibles, readings, hands-on activities, and more. For Back to School 2012, we’re offering these for free!
Arctic Triptych Unit: a reproducible unit for middle school or high school including data analysis, reading, writing, using graphic organizers, and more:
- Learn about global warming and sea ice.
- Organize information from the Marine Life Census.
- Create graphic representations of Arctic food chains and webs.
- Read and compare folktales about Arctic animals.
Jack and the Beanstalk Unit: a reproducible unit for K-2 includes the story of Jack and the Beanstalk, hands-on activities with copy and cut manipulatives, reproducible worksheets and a coloring page. Explore living and nonliving things, real and imaginary, measurement, and the life cycle of plants.
- Read and understand the story.
- Grow a bean plant from a seed.
- Compare real and imaginary things from the story.
- Recognize that plants and animals are living things.
Also, find a free unit by Rebecca Haden and Jay Jaro at SmartPay: Taming the Paper Tiger