Here is a reading comprehension passage that covers the standard SS2H1a. The students will learn about Mary Musgrave (Coosaponakeesa) and the contributions she made to the founding and establishment of Georgia.
Here is a quiz on the book, “Can You Fly High, Wright Brothers?” by Melvin and Gilda Berger. This book is useful for grades 2-5.
I created and used these Multiplication Timed Tests in my third grade classroom to help students get motivated to learn their times tables. I would give a 3-4 minute test about twice a week. I kept a stock pile of each multiplication test in a crate with hanging folders. I also had a chart with each student’s name down the left side and each multiplication test across the top to keep track of which tests they have mastered. It got a bit chaotic after a few weeks when students were on all different levels, but it created a competition when students could see each other earning stars for passing. They really enjoyed it, and it got them to practice!
Times Zeo (x0)
Times One (x1)
Times Two (x2)
Times Three (x3)
Times Four (x4)
Times Five (x5)
Times Six (x6)
Times Seven (x7)
Times Eight (x8)
Times Nine (x9)
Times Eleven (x11)
Times Twelve (x12)
This is a 12 inch ruler, created to scale. This ruler is broken into quarter-inch segments.
This is a 12 inch ruler, created to scale. This ruler is broken into half-inch segments.
This is a 12 inch ruler created to scale.