VideoJanice Baines (Whitaker Elementary School) and Saudah Collins (Jackson Creek Elementary School) talk about their trip to Ghana, and lead a lesson about describing things using adjectives!
Students will learn about the physical attributes of the six classifications of animals: insects, mammals, birds, fish, amphibians, and reptiles.
After reading a class "simile-loaded" favorite by legendary author Margaret Wise Brown [THE QUIET NOISY BOOK], the class will share reactions to the book. The teacher will POINT OUT the literary...
Students will learn about adverbs and use their knowledge to write about their morning routine using adverbs.
Students will learn and study action verbs and create a "Silent Film" where the other students must notice and pick out action verbs and write sentences containing the ones they saw.
VideoUnderstanding the concept of syllable is the open sesame to sounding out almost any written word. Developing the ability allow a child to move into the world of reading. This song defines the concept...
VideoLearn about punctuation marks like a period, question mark, exclamation mark, parentheses, dash, bracket, colon or a semi-colon.
VideoThis song has a Middle Eastern musical style, clearly stating the concept, "An adjective is a word that describes a noun." It then elaborates on how descriptions might include such characteristics as...
VideoWhat is a vowel? What is a consonant? Learn the difference between the two from Dr. Balkin's literacy song.
VideoIn this program learn how to use the "period" in a sentence from Dr. Balkin's literacy song, "Get the Point."