1-2-3 Come Do Some Election Activities With Me
There's quite a bit of "generic" election activities out there, so I wanted to design a nice assortment of quick, easy and fun activities specific to the 2016 Presidential Election.
Thus the Election 2016 packet was born and includes:
* Several graphing options
* A variety of Venn diagrams
* An assortment of writing prompts as well as . . .
* “Positive & negative qualities of a candidate” worksheets, which includes the 4 Presidential nominees, plus Vice President running mates Pence & Kaine.
I’ve included black and white patterns for students, as well as ones in color, so that you can quickly and easily make a sample to share, or do them as a whole group activity then post the results.
* A Memory Match Game, where students can match portraits & symbols to the matching picture or to the corresponding word card; plus . . .
* A set of vertical & horizontal number puzzles, which practice sequencing numbers 1-10 & teen numbers, plus counting backwards from 10-0, as well as skip counting by 2s, 3s, 5s, & 10s.
They come in color so that you can use them as an independent center, as well as black & white so students can color, cut and put their own puzzle together.
These activities are great for table top, early finishers, and homework.
Some of these are set up to become class-made books, which are wonderful for sharing during Parent/Teacher Conferences. I've included color covers for these as well.
That's it for now. Thanks for stopping by. The sun is shining and an autumn breeze is calling my name.
Time for a much-needed break and a long walk, crunching the lovely leaves with my poodle pup Chloe.
Wishing you a day that dazzles and delights.
"How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days." - John Burroughs