Teaching With Books
In the 1800s, John Chapman, an American nurseryman, planted apple trees throughout the Midwest. His story and his trees became so famous that a tall tale (an exaggerated story) emerged. He became known as Johnny Appleseed. In the tales, he walked barefoot and wore a cooking pot on his head.
Crayons were invented more than 100 years ago. They originally came in only eight colors: black, brown, blue, red, purple, orange, yellow, and green. A box cost five cents.
Write three different kinds of sentences.
- Declarative: _______________________
- Interrogative: ______________________
- Exclamative: ______________________
Solve and illustrate each question.
5 × 6 =
6 × 5 =
Everything You Need
Begin the year with a bulletin board project that helps students get to know one another.