free Letter tracing activity A-Z upper and lower case
Practice letter formation with these independent, engaging, and zero-prep. printables! Use them for whole group, homework, small group, or for students that need extra practice with writing their letters.
7 responses to “Regions of California Project”
They turned out so cute!!! We did ours a little different this year… I'll have to post about them when we're finished! And I am totally going to do the palm tree instead of the lighthouse next year!! Yay for your first 4th grade post!!! 🙂
What an awesome idea 🙂 Did you have the kids choose a region, or did you give them three distinct regions to draw and write about? I'm having the toughest time teaching science and social studies right now.. what a great way to integrate both 🙂
Their response and the art projects turned out beautifully. This looks like so much more fun than answering the questions are the end of the chapter. Also, I forget how much more sophisticated their art is in 4th grade. Great idea. Thanks for sharing.
Granny Goes to School
This is such a great idea and they turned out beautifully! Such a better and more authentic way to show what they learned rather than those questions at the end of the chapter 🙂 I love it! Terrific first official 4th grade post 😉
Fun in Room 4B
You rock! That board looks great and is clear evidence of what they learned! Love it!
Hi! This is my first time visiting your blog and I wanted to say that your kid's work looks amazing! It always amazes me how abilities with artwork changes from year to year (I've taught K-2 so their work isn't always as "pretty")! I'm impressed! Such a hands-on way to step away from traditional reports.
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