This FREE health resource would be a great addition to any 4th or 5th grade classroom. Use the whole lesson to teach about pathogens or use the brochure as a supporting literacy center, homework activity, or review. *Art and writing integrated ~Literacy Loves Company
There’s something about looking at string lights that is very soothing and relaxing. Maybe it’s because of the low, twinkly light, maybe it’s because they give off an aura of coziness, or maybe it’s because they are often accompanied by lots of blankets and cute pillows and other aesthetically pleasing decorations – but whatever it is, string lights have a magical vibe to them that makes them the perfect piece of room decor.
Healthy Teeth versus Unhealthy Teeth... I made this poster board for preschool children. You can use this for several activities. One activity I am going to do is ask children to tell me some foods that are good for our teeth and some foods that aren't good for our teeth..this will than lead into another discussion that I plan on having with my students ☺️
4th and 5th grade teachers... A complete detailed lesson plan with opening activities, nonfiction text, and closing activity. All printables included for an engaging health lesson on communicable and non-communicable diseases! Already have a curriculum? This printable brochure would be a great support activity in a literacy station or as homework! ~Literacy Loves Company $
FREE sorting activity for preschool and kindergarten to learn about the five main food groups. Teach kids about healthy eating and balanced meals. Includes both color and black and white versions and 20 images of food to sort in the correct group.