Use these simple muffin tin activities to come up with new ways to teach your toddlers & preschoolers. Using household items your child can learn new skills
I created this worksheet to follow-up my introductory mini-lesson on plural nouns vs. possessive nouns. Students color the plural nouns one color and the possessive nouns another color. I thought this was an easy and good way to start the topic--so that they see that possessive nouns show ownership and require an apostrophe, and plural nouns are speaking of more than one of something and just get an "s" added to them. I have created other activity sheets to practice and compare plurals and possessives, as well as contractions vs. possessives and compound words vs. contractions. Check them out! :)
I created this Producers vs. Consumers color sorting worksheet to help my students better understand the concept. They needed one more additional activity to grasp the difference, so I did this as a guided activity as part of a minilesson. It could also be used as an independent activity, morning work, seatwork during centers, homework, etc. This sheet contains examples of producers (making a pizza) and consumers (buying a toy) to help the students better understand the difference. And to make it fun, they color code the boxes to "sort" the producers and consumers. I have a variety of Economics centers and worksheets available to cover goods and services, human/natural/capital resources, producers vs. consumers, etc. - lots of sorting activities, centers, worksheets, quizzes, word searches, etc. to cover all of the economics topics. Check them out! :) Enjoy!
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