Please find attached FREE activities that can be downloaded and shared with your scholars!  There are also a few info-graphics here as well!   ENJOY!

    Dandi McLion Word Search

    Students will have fun finding vocabulary words from the book Dandi McLion Has Her Say.

    Dandi McLion Reading Comprehension Guide
    Use this guide to help promote reading comprehension and retention of the story Dandi McLion Has Her Say.

    Dandi McLion Word Tracing Practice Worksheet

    Help students practice their handwriting with this Dandi McLion Word Tracing Sheet.

    Dandi is A-Maze-Ing!
    Students will enjoy helping Dandi McLion reach her mama with this fun maze!

    Self-Talk
    Using this worksheet, students will practice positive self-talk.

    I Feel
    Students will practice self-awareness by acknowledging their feelings!

    Dandi McLion Coloring Sheet

    Students are sure to have fun coloring Dandi McLion!

    Invention Vocabulary – HYTAIT
    Students will build vocabulary skills by defining the meaning of unknown vocabulary words.

    Vocabulary Building-HYTAKT
    Students will build vocabulary skills by completing sentences with correct vocabulary words.

    Invention Vocabulary – HYTAKT
    Students will build vocabulary skills by defining the meaning of unknown vocabulary words.

    Vocabulary Building – HYTAIT
    Students will build vocabulary skills by completing sentences with correct vocabulary words.

    Book Review
    Using this worksheet, students can review their favorite book!

    Coloring Sheet
    Students will enjoy this coloring sheet of the Thank an Inventor character!

    Dot.to.Dot
    Students can complete the dot to dot then color!

    Empathy Matters
    Wonderful graphic to share with your scholars on empathy!

    Good Choice Checklist
    Wonderful graphic to share with your scholars to help them determine if they’re making good choices!

    Good Choices Chart
    Awesome chart that scholars can use to monitor their weekly decision making!

    Invention Diorama
    Awesome art activity with a primary focus on inventions!

    Learning is an Adventure Graphic
    Cute graphic that can be used in the classroom or at home!

    Math Decoder
    Scholars will solve simple math problems to decode a secret message!

    My First Journal
    Worksheet that can be used to help scholars begin the awesome practice of journal writing!

    My Book List
    Worksheet that helps scholars to keep track of the books that they’ve read throughout the week!

    My Reading Goals
    Awesome worksheet that helps students to keep track of their weekly reading goals!

    Paper Weight
    Engaging STEM Activity where students make observations and explore phenomena by testing the strength of paper folded into differently shaped columns!

    Problem Solution Chart
    Worksheet that can be used by scholars to explore a problem and come to a concrete solution!

    Reflection Essay
    Using a writing prompt, scholars will write a reflection essay on their greatest accomplishment to date!

    Responsibility Poster
    Graphic that reminds students that responsibility never goes out of style!

    Letter Writing Graphic Organizer
    Students will build writing and vocabulary skills by writing a letter to their favorite inventor.

    Rhyming Worksheet
    Fun worksheet where students find the words that rhyme!

    Story Writing Plan
    Graphic that outlines the steps of writing a story!

    THANK AN INVENTOR READING REPORT
    Wonderful graphic organizer that will help your scholars write a simple book report!

    Virtual Classroom Rules
    Graphic of important virtual classroom rules that can be shared with your scholars!

    Let’s Talk About the Black Power Movement
    The Black Power Movement of the 60’s and 70’s played a pivotal role in the landscape of Black America. It emphasized racial pride, economic empowerment and the creation of political and cultural institutions. This presentation gives an abbreviated history of some of the key players in the Black Power Movement. It serves as an excellent introduction to this often neglected, but very important era of Black History.

    Grade levels: 6-12