If your child needs a little extra help with geometry and learning shapes and angles, or if he or she just needs a quick review, this activity is a fun one to try. Here’s what you’ll need: Supplies Cardboard Shapes: These should include whatever shapes your child is learning, such as circle, right triangle, equilateral triangle, square, rectangle, parallelogram, rhombus, octagon, pentagon, and trapezoid.
Subject: Reading Subskill: Reading Comprehension Concept: Literary Text, Fables Grade Level: Middle Elementary There once lived a very rich couple who owned a large house. They had many servants to take care of their house, but it was very empty. They did not care to paint the walls or buy comfortable furniture. All they cared about was money! They spent every moment of every
Subject: Reading Subskill: Reading Comprehension Concept: Literary Elements Grade Level: Middle elementary Jack and the Cornstalk A farmer sent his son Jack to check how high the corn was growing. Jack was a very short boy, so he brought a ladder with him. He was so small he made his ladder from pencils. Jack leaned his ladder up against one of the corn stalks.
Subject: Reading Subskill: Reading Comprehension Concept: Review Grade Level: Middle Elementary The Fox and the Crow There once was a very hungry crow. She picked some food off the ground and held it in her beak. “I will fly up to the tree branch. There I will eat my meal in peace,” she said to herself. Just then a fox looked up and saw
Subject: Reading Subskill: Reading Comprehension Concept: Review Grade Level: Middle Elementary Sea-Shell Sea-shell, Sea-shell, Sing me a song, oh! Please! A song of ships, and sailormen, And parrots, and tropical trees; Of islands lost in the Spanish Main, Which no man ever may find again, Of fishes and corals under the waves, And seahorses stabled in great green caves. Oh, Sea-shell, Sea-shell, Sing of