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  • Ice-skating in the Classroom

    $0.00

    Welcome to Teaching with Nancy!

    This is fun winter experiment that will have you and your students literally “skating” around the room!

    Download for complete instructions.

    LANGUAGE:
    English

    GRADES:
    Kindergarten
    1st Grade
    2nd Grade
    3rd Grade
    4th Grade
    5th Grade

    SKILLS:
    Science Experiment
    Friction


  • La Vida de Martin Luther King, Jr.

    $3.25

    Welcome to Teaching with Nancy!

    La Vida de Martin Luther King, Jr. is a mini unit about the life of MLK, Jr. completely in Spanish. Use all the materials or just some of the pages to lead your students in lessons about the life, accomplishments and impact made by Dr. King.

    I have created a Google Site to accompany this unit with kid friendly information and resources all in Spanish. Use the QR codes page to have your students find the website quickly and safely.

    LANGUAGE:
    Spanish

    GRADE(S):
    1st Grade
    2nd Grade
    3rd Grade
    4th Grade
    5th Grade

     

     


  • The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs and the Big Bad Wolf: A Fractured Fairy Tale

    $4.50

    Welcome to Teaching with Nancy!

    I absolutely love fractured fairy tales. This unit on fractured fairy tales comes with all the tools you need to teach your students about fractured fairy tales using author Jon Scieszka’s book The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs and the traditional version of the story.

    LANGUAGE:
    English

    GRADES:
    2nd Grade
    3rd Grade
    4th Grade

    INCLUDES:
    Graphic Organizers
    Story Elements
    Story Sequence
    Compare and Contrast
    Text Evidence
    Unique Story Elements
    Point of View
    Comprehension Questions
    Small Group Discussion Questions
    Fractured Fairy Tale Writing Planning Sheet
    Compare and Contrast Your Version to Traditional Version

    In my unit of The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs: A Fractured Fairy Tale, I include a number of different activities to help students identify important differences between two versions of the  story.

    Graphic organizers help students organize text evidence and the story sequence.

     

    After studying the different elements of a traditional story and a fractured fairy tale, students will be able to write their very own fractured fairy tale adding their own twist to the story putting everything they learned about fractured fairy tales into practice.

     

    PREVIEW:
    Click here to download a preview of this resource.