Acting Out the Adverb, But What About the Adjective? 2

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In this lesson, students will compare and contrast adjectives and adverbs. We will explore how acting out an adverb is easier than an adjective. While we can reach for the adjective, they are often difficult to physically demonstrate. As a trick for identifying the difference, we teach students to try to imagine acting them out.

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Addition Race 2

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In this lesson we will enable students to complete math problems with groups to reinforce the concept of completing addition using regrouping.

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All In A Row, Adding In A Row 1

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This lesson will allow students to represent place values with their bodies to allow them to visualize how 1, 2, and 3 digit addition works.

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Carnival of the Animals K-2

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Students will expand knowledge about music vocabulary through exploration of The Carnival of the Animals, composed by Camille Saint-Saíns. Students will be able to use key music terms in discussions with their peers and in persuasive writing.

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Cause and Effect Commotion K-2

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Instilling a strong understanding of "cause and effect" will increase students' reading comprehension skills. By acting out "cause and effect" situations, students will deepen the foundation of this important concept.

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