Are you doing remote learning? These activities will help you go digital when teaching Unit 4, Lesson 18 Where does food come from? Journeys 1st Grade
. These activities are pre-loaded into Seesaw and Google. These activities are also great in class activities for an interactive white board as there are many activities with movable digital pieces.
How does it work?
What Activities are in this lesson?
- Everything is preloaded into Google and Seesaw!
- You are provided with a PDF with clickable links to the activities. You will click the link, make your own copy, which you can send out and assign to your students. For Seesaw, make sure you are logged in, click the link in the Seesaw pdf and add it to your library.
- The PDF also contains answer keys to all the move and place activities for that lesson.
1. Match the Vocab- Students move the definition next to the correct picture, then type a sentence using the vocab word.
2. Spelling- Move and place the word next to the correct picture
3. Spelling- Sort the spelling words under the correct column
4. Spelling- Type the spelling word into a sentence
5. High Frequency Words- Move and place H.F. Word Fishing
6. High Frequency Words- Type the H.F. word into a sentence
7. Comprehension- Where does it come from animal or plant move and place
8. Comprehension- Author’s purpose graphic organizer
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