Teaching factors and multiples in elementary school is a challenge, but it is a challenge we are willing to conquer here at Fun in 5th Grade! In this post, we are talking about teaching factors and multiples as numbers with superpowers…a concept most students can connect with! Sometimes it feels
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Set the stage for a March full of fun and adventure in your classroom with these St. Patrick’s Day Picture Books and resources. St. Patrick’s Day is a holiday that can come and go without too much hoopla in the classroom, but it really has a lot to offer if
Get creative with your daily test prep in upper elementary with game show question challenges. If you’ve been around Fun in 5th Grade and More for a while, then you know that we love a good Game Show created specifically to align with the standards and skills associated with upper
Celebrate the Easter season and let off a little steam around test time with these 6 Easter experiments for upper elementary classes. Since Easter is a holiday that always falls on a Sunday, sometimes it comes and goes without us paying too much attention to it. In my classroom, that
If you’re looking for an ELA Skill Review game that won’t take a lot of time or prep, then you’ll love this Mini Game Show! I’m always looking for great review games for students that are engaging, competitive, and cover a variety of ELA skills especially in the spring as
Writing March Madness Activities for Upper Elementary Grammar March Madness Activities Math March Madness Activities Science March Madness Activities History/Social Studies March Madness Activities Art March Madness Activities for Upper Elementary March Madness is a fun and exciting time of the year for many of our students. Even the ones
When you make reading comprehension fun for students, they are more likely to enjoy the practice and want to improve. Reading comprehension practice is ongoing in elementary school. As one of the most standard-heavy skills in ELA Common Core, reading comprehension includes a variety of sub-skills that students need to
Although it is not officially spring yet, March is a great time to celebrate, and with these March holiday activities, you’ll have plenty of ideas for this very special month! Although not the flashiest of months, March offers a lot to celebrate in the school calendar. If your school celebrates
5 ways to practice text structure, one download. In this post, we’re giving you 5 different game options you can play with our FREE Text Structure Mini-Game. I don’t know about you, but I love to get a lot of bang for my buck when it comes to educational printables.
“Fun Friday” was something I did every week in my classroom, but it’s not just all fun and games. Let’s learn how you can use “Fun Friday” to spiral standards all year. When I was in the classroom, “Fun Friday” was a staple of my week. “Fun Fridays” consisted of