Tuesday, August 29, 2023

Free French Fall Autumn Vocabulary Unit With Writing and Practice

Free French Fall Autumn Vocabulary Unit 
With Writing and Practice


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It's almost my FAVOURITE time of year again - Fall! Autumn, Fall, whatever you call it, it's a beautiful season to spend outside, especially if you're blessed enough to live surrounded by deciduous trees! I love to teach everything there is to teach about Autumn, which is why I am so excited to share this free French Autumn Vocabulary unit with you!


25 French Vocabulary Words & 7 Phrases

We LOVE fall activities around here - apple picking, pumpkin picking, nature walks and bird watching. So I've really tried to include all of this wonderful vocabulary into this French unit. It includes 25 vocabulary words with or without articles (un/une) and 7 phrase cards that kids can use in their writing.



Student Vocabulary Sheets & Practice

Of course, while having the vocabulary to use and look at is great, we want our learners to also APPLY that vocabulary. So besides using the vocabulary in our everyday lives and classes, there are plenty of ways for learners to practice the vocabulary words. These include drawing the phrases, writing the words using picture clues, and dictees, and filling in the missing articles.


French Vocabulary Writing Practice

You'll also find some writing opportunities in this free French vocabulary unit! Kids can choose from two different options for different levels and learners. The vocabulary words can be used to write about things they see in Autumn, using one of the 'En automne, je vois' pages - younger kids can make a list using these, and older kids can use some descriptive writing if they have the vocabulary. The second set of writing sheets is great to use along with the phrases included in this unit. Kids can write about what they do or have done in Autumn - it's a great way for older students to practice verb conjugation too! (If you need help conjugating verbs, you can check out my free verb unit here)

Download the FREE Unit Below

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Friday, August 25, 2023

Free French Verb Book Pouvoir Reading and Writing Unit

Free French Verb Book Pouvoir
 Reading and Writing Unit



Are you trying to teach the French verb pouvoir to your learners? Then this free printable unit is just the place to begin! With everything you need to teach the verb, its meaning, and how to use it in the present tense!

Teaching French verbs may seem overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be. These units keep it simple with fun books, simple writing exercises, and conjugation sheets for older learners too.


Free French Verb Book 

All of these units contain a similar French verb book that uses the verb in present-tense sentences. It's a great way to introduce the verb with colorful illustrations (a black and white version is also included) as sentences that most beginners can read.

These books can also be used as dictation sentences to practice the verb. After learning these sentences, you could even have students make their own sentences, replacing the subject and adding a verb of their choice to the sentence. 


French Flashcards and Writing Sheets

Having plenty of practice with verb conjugation is important for all ages and stages of learning language. But it doesn't have to be boring! These units come with fun illustrated writing prompts for younger learners, and easy cut-and-paste journal prompts for older learners.


Conjugating Pouvoir Practice

Older learners who are being taught this lesson will benefit from the included conjugation pages. These are great for practicing the verb in any tense. They include conjugation practice as well as a place for students to write their own sentences and illustrate them to show understanding.

We often use these as unit tests for our younger learners, but older learners could benefit from using a different tense every day of the week. It's also a great way for students to make a verb dictionary of all the conjugations they have learned that they can refer to when writing.

Download the Free Unit Below!

You can download this free verb book by clicking on the link below.  **Please do not share the direct link to the Google Drive, but a link to this post instead. This FREE resource may be shared for FREE, used in online teaching classrooms or in-person teaching so long as my website address (messybeautifulfun.com) remains on every page. You may NOT sell this unit for a fee or distribute it as your own work. Let's keep education free and accessible to everyone! Thank you**


Free French Verb Book Vouloir (to want) and Writing Unit

Free French Verb Book Vouloir (to want) 



This new Free French verb unit will teach kids all about using the verb vouloir, which means to want. 
It includes writing and reading or the present tense, as well as conjugation practice for your older learners.


Verb Books to see the verb in use

All of these units feature a mini book showing the verb unit being used with different pronouns (Je, tu, il, elle, nous, vous, ils, elles) and different activities. It's a great way to introduce the verb and have students practice using it in sentences. It could also be used as a dictation exercise while learning the verb.

I like to start a new verb unit by reading the book together on Monday, then having my kids read it on their own. We then go over what every sentence means and talk about how the verb changes in the present tense. During the week we use the sentences as dictation practice (I read them out loud and they write them down), then I'll have them use the conjugation sheet as a test at the end of the week.


Writing Prompts

Besides just writing the verb down over and over again, a very important part of learning to use the verbs comes with using them in actual sentences. That's why these units contain different prompts for different ages and levels. They're very simple and in the present tense, but give your learners a chance to use the verb to speak about themselves or someone else.


Conjugation Practice & Flashcards

As I said above I like to use these sheets as weekly tests for my younger learners. The conjugation sheets can be used for any tense as they have a blank line for you to fill in or have your learners fill in to show which tense to use.

The sheets have a place for students to practice conjugating, write a sentence using the verb, and illustrate their sentences to show their understanding.

Units also have a set of flashcards showing the verb in the present tense.

Download the Free Verb Book below!

You can download this free verb book by clicking on the link below.  **Please do not share the direct link to the Google Drive, but a link to this post instead. This FREE resource may be shared for FREE, used in online teaching classrooms or in-person teaching so long as my website address (messybeautifulfun.com) remains on every page. You may NOT sell this unit for a fee or distribute it as your own work. Let's keep education free and accessible to everyone! Thank you**

Thursday, August 24, 2023

Free Quebec History Unit 3 For Grades 5-6 Quebec Around 1980

 Free Quebec History Unit 3 For Grades 5-6

Quebec Around 1980


Quebec Around 1980

The last unit to cover the first of 3 competencies in the Quebec History curriculum for grades 5-6 focuses on the province of Quebec around 1980. In this unit, students will explore the Quiet Revolution, the 1980 referendum, and more!

As always these units come with a TON of options to do them online, offline, or a mix of both.
 

Online Class Slides

With upper elementary students in grades 5 or 6, allowing them to complete some of their work independently online has so many benefits. They learn to do proper research, they learn to use the internet safely with your guidance, and they learn to close read texts on a computer screen - an important skill for many future jobs!

In these units, students will be given a 'compass' to explore Quebec society around 1980. These links have information that will help them cover all of the progressions of learning for the competency Knowledge Related to the Organization of a Society in its Territory - a requirement in Quebec whether you're homeschooling or a classroom teacher.

Comprehension question pages allow students to show what they have learned and prove that they did read the texts. Instead of using the online comprehension sheets, students could use the printable student booklet contained in the Google Drive folder if they prefer to write their answers by hand.

To download the Google slides, click on the link at the bottom of this page that says 'Quebec Historical Expeditions Unit 3 Google Slides' and click on 'make a copy' to make your own copy for personal or classroom use. From there you can make additional copies for all your learners or classes.

Printable Options

The printable options included allow you to use the unit completely offline, or customize however you'd like. You'll find a few options in the Google Drive Folder.
  • A printable text booklet with all of the information from the web pages for students who work offline
  • A printable student answer booklet to answer comprehension questions offline
  • A PDF version of the slides that can be used in a PDF editor to write in on a tablet
To download these options, head to the link below and click on 'Download Printable Options'

A Fun Component

I'm a big believer in gamified learning - where kids earn a reward for completing a task. I know that when I have something to do that I do not really look forward to - laundry let's say - I always like to think of something I can do afterward to reward myself, like listen to a podcast or make some fresh tea. We all feel a little more incentivized when we're given a perk! So in these units, I've included a fun way for kids to get rewarded - collecting map pieces.

Every unit comes with a unique piece that they add to their original master map. You can choose how many pages of a unit your learner must complete for them to collect the piece. Every piece shows what time period or subject they covered in history, so that by the end of these units they'll have a complete map to show off for their learning portfolios! Both printable and digital options have maps and map pieces.

Covering the Quebec Progressions of Learning

Whether you are a classroom teacher or a homeschooling parent, knowing that your learners have covered the progressions of learning is a must. As a big requirement in Quebec, it is something we all have to prove our students have learned. So I have made it really simple to keep track of this by listing the progressions in each digital and printable unit.

Want a free checklist of these progressions? Click here!

Download the Units Below!

To download these units, click on an option below - or both options! You have my permission to use these in your homeschool, co-op, school, or classroom so long as my website name remains on each page and my credit pages remain in the back of each printable or digital unit. If you would like to share these with a friend or on your website, please share a link TO THIS BLOG POST and not directly to Google Drive. Thank you!

Monday, August 21, 2023

Free French Verb Book and Write Faire

Free French Verb Read and Write
Faire


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If I can remember one of the most painful parts of French class for myself in elementary school, it was definitely learning about verbs! My French teacher would post a big chart on the wall and have us read the same verb over and over...and over! Although it was great for memorization, I honestly at the time could never really visualize what those verbs meant. Why they sounded different when they were conjugated. How it's just like conjugating verbs in English.

That is why I began making these mini books for my kids a while back - and am now sharing them with you! Although memorizing the conjugations and endings of verbs is a very important part of writing in French, it's important for our learners to have a solid understanding of what that verb actually means and looks like.


Visualizing Verbs

These units all include a few similar things (you can see the rest of these units on my French page!)
  • Flashcards showing the verb in the present tense (other tenses will eventually be released)
  • A picture book showing the verb in sentences in the present tense (comes in both black and white and colour)
  • Writing pages for all ages to use the verb in writing
  • Conjugation practice pages that include using the verb in any tense in a sentence

Writing with Verbs

Using verbs kids learn in their writing is another important aspect of learning the basics of French verbs. Obviously, we want our kids to eventually achieve fluency in French in both writing and speaking, and it's never too early to begin!

These units include writing prompts for younger kids or kids who love to draw with illustrations or without. They also include journal prompts that can be used in student writing journals.

Conjugation Practice

Once learners are old enough and at a level where they understand the meaning of the verb and why it is conjugated, practice becomes super important! I've included two practice sheets in these units. One is outlined with the present tense, and another leaves the tense option blank so that you can fill it in or tell your students which tense to use. 

Both sheets have room to practice writing the proper conjunctions as well as space to write a sentence using the verb in that tense, and to illustrate their sentence to show they understand what they wrote.

Download the Free Unit

You can download this free unit by clicking the link below.
 **Please do not share the direct link to the google drive, but a link to this post instead. This FREE resource may be shared for FREE, used in online teaching or in-person teaching so long as my website address (messybeautifulfun.com) remains on every page. You may NOT sell this unit for a fee or distribute it as your own work. Let's keep education free and accessible to everyone! Thank you**


Free French Present Verb Book and Writing Exercises for Aller

Free French Verb Read & Write Unit

Aller in the Present Tense

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Teaching kids about French verbs doesn't have to be boring! My French Verb units are all about making it simple and fun for both teacher and student. Best of all, they're completely free!

So far in this series of the present tense of French verbs, we have Avoir, Etre, Voir, and now we have Aller! Starting with irregular verbs can make teaching a bit simpler later on in your student's French journeys, so that is why these books begin with these verbs.

Introducing verbs in the present tense is a great way to start too - but don't fret if you have older learners! These units include things for them too!



What is Included?
Included in each of these units you'll find:
  • French verb cards in the present tense for flashcards or to use as a display
  • A French Verb book students can read using the present tense of the verb in sentences
  • Writing pages for all ages
  • Conjugation pages for present tense and all tenses

How Should I Use Them?
These units are a great introduction to French verbs and how they can be conjugated, just as verbs in English can be. I always start by introducing the verb using the cards, telling my learners 

"that in French, we use verbs or action words just as we do in English - we change the word for different tenses. The verb aller in French means 'to go'. In English we we want to say "You go to the store" it would mean that we are saying the action is happening right now - you are going to the store. If we wanted to say in English that we already went to the store we would say "I went to the store" - the verb to go changes to 'went'. It's the same for French, some verbs change a lot depending on when we did the action."

I will then introduce how the verb is conjugated in the present using the cards and then reading the book together. The writing exercises or conjugation sheets can be used afterward or on another day after you've practiced the verb a little bit. 


Download the Unit for Free!

You can download this free unit by clicking on the link below. 

**Please do not share the direct link to the google drive, but a link to this post instead. This FREE resource may be shared for FREE, used in online teaching or in-person teaching so long as my website address (messybeautifulfun.com) remains on every page. You may NOT sell this unit for a fee or distribute it as your own work. Let's keep education free and accessible to everyone! Thank you**






Wednesday, August 16, 2023

French Writing Unit 3 - A Program for Beginner FSL Writers

Read Write & Spell in French Unit 3

A Complete program to take kids from writing vocabulary words to full sentences!
French Writing Curriculum Unit 3 Flatlay

 Unit 1 and Unit 2 of this program have already been released! You can read about them and try out a free sample here!

Unit 3 is here - that's weeks 5 and 6! During these weeks, students will discover the proper use of 'tu' and 'vous' (in French these can both mean 'you', but there's an important distinction between them), learn some new sight words and already start to learn their very first verb - ĂȘtre.

Take a look below to see what is included, and how they'll build on what they have already learned.


What Will My Kids Learn?

In this unit, the focus will be on these important things:
  • Use of 'tu' and 'vous'
  • First part of the verb ĂȘtre
  • More sight words
  • Writing more than one sentence about a specific topic/prompt
  • Review of previously learned concepts including masculine/feminine nouns, sentence order, and writing phrases
*Remember that these units are meant to be done over 2 weeks, but you can always make them last longer or take less time using them

French vocabulary and grammar posters and worksheets

What is included? Everything you'll need!

In every 2-week unit, you'll find everything you need to teach the concepts. These include:
  • Posters and student-sized posters showing the rule of the unit
  • A suggested pacing plan
  • A scripted lesson plan explaining the rule and concepts
  • Student booklets showing the dictation phrases with illustrations
  • 2 weeks of worksheets in which students will practice the concepts taught and daily writing
  • Weekly quizzes
  • A student dictionary
  • Answer keys

What if I don't know how to pronounce a word?

If you aren't sure how to pronounce a word in French, I highly recommend using a tool like https://forvo.com/languages/fr/. It is free and gives a few options showing the pronunciation of different words. 

If you and your child need to practice pronunciation more, you might choose to take longer on each of these units and spend some time just practicing that using the online tools.

French worksheets flatlay displaying samples

Take a Peek Inside with a Free Sample!

If you're on the fence about trying one of these units, just head over to this post and download the free sample there. It will give you a good picture of how the weeks will work.

Where to find these units?

You can find these units in my Etsy or TeachersPayteachers shops using the link below for just $2 per unit (that's $1 per week!). The price will eventually go up, but once the first batch of units are complete I will make a bundle that includes this pricing, so don't worry if you're reading this a while after I've posted it - you'll still be able to grab the bundle at an amazing price!

Monday, August 14, 2023

Free Math Unit on Capacity - A Hands-On Math Unit

Free Math Unit on Capacity 

A Hands-On Math Unit


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Hands up if you are teaching a kiddo at home or in a classroom who doesn't do well with traditional math lessons! (I'm raising my own hand here!) While some kids do great with classic flat models and visuals in workbooks, other kids have trouble conceptualizing these things in real-life situations. Let's be honest too - most of the math we learned about measurement came from real-life experiences - house renovations, filling a pool, baking, etc. Even if you do have a child who learns well through workbooks, hands-on math lessons can be a great way to help them bring their math skills into the real world.

In this unit, kids will go beyond writing on a page with a hands-on lesson that teaches them about metric unit capacity. They'll measure, pour, search for items around the house or class, and do some thinking with the included questions. I made this unit with my own daughter in mind, and hope that it can help your kids or students too!


Teaching Capacity Through Hands-On Experiments and Thought-Provoking Questions

Math lessons can be fun too! This one can be done just like a typical elementary science experiment - more activity and thinking - less writing and seatwork. Included in this unit are anchor posters that will help you remind your learners of everything they've learned in the included lessons.

I've included two versions of these posters - one with a fun background and one with a plain white background for easier printing.


Scripted Lesson Plans Make Teaching Simple
Have you ever sat in front of a child to teach them a concept that you understand well - but have just not been able to explain it to them in kid-friendly terms? The included lesson plans make this simple!
The lesson plan tells you exactly what to do with your materials and your voice with scripted lessons.

This unit was written to be done as one longer lesson, but can definitely be broken down into shorter lessons over a few days. Feel free to adjust it to your and your learner's needs!


A Capacity HUNT and Discussion Questions
During the lesson, kids will go on a capacity hunt, hunting for containers around the home or classroom and describing their capacity. I've included a worksheet for them to use as a guide and to show what they worked on that day in math.

I've also included some thought questions or task cards that could be used as a class discussion, discussion in pairs, or even used along with a math journal for older students. 

Altogether, these resources make for a great lesson that will really give kids a great introduction to capacity and help them understand it on a more meaningful level. We want to raise critical math thinkers - not workbook tinkerers!

Download the FREE Unit Below!

You can download this free unit directly from my drive by clicking on the link below.
Please feel free to share a link to this blog post if you'd like to share this resource! You may also distribute paper copies, so long as my website name remains on every page, as per my terms.

Enjoy learning!!

Thursday, August 10, 2023

August Freebie Folder!


The August Freebie Folder is here!!

I know it's a little late this month, but it is finally here - and worth the wait!

If you're not a subscriber, be sure to sign up and subscribe to get access to all of the amazing freebies inside!

What will you find inside?
  • Calendars in English and French with our monthly theme
  • Vocabulary Cards and Writing Pages in English and French following the theme
  • Math Mats
  • Math recording Sheets
  • Book Reports & Logs
  • A themed 120 chart
If you're already subscribed be sure to check your e-mail! If not, sign up at bit.ly/mbfsub
And stay tuned for an early release of September's folder coming next week!!

Enjoy Learning <3

 

Saturday, August 5, 2023

French Writing Made Easy! A Simple open-and-go curriculum

 French Writing Made Easy! 
A Simple open-and-go curriculum



Wondering how to teach beginner French writing to your kids or class? Want them to go beyond just writing French vocabulary words? I designed these units for my own kids for just that very reason!

Teaching kids to learn French words in isolation is one thing, but teaching sentence structure, and grammar, and then expecting them to put it all together is another! These units make it super simple by using quick lessons, sight words, simple rules, and plenty of practice.


What's Included in the 2-week units?

  • A word list with explanations for teachers and/or parents/tutors
  • A word list or flashcards for students
  • A rule poster to display
  • Student-sized rule cards for notebooks
  • Sample lesson plans (8 days of lessons)
  • Daily worksheets (8 days of worksheets)
  • Daily French dictations to read to students
  • Student sentence books to practice reading the sentences and words they have learned
  • Dictation pages for students, find a word activity for students
  • Student dictionary to keep track of new words learned


Lesson Plans and 2-Week Units

These units are all broken up into simple 2-week segments. Frencg grammar rules, words, and concepts are taught over 2 weeks so that students really get to know them well. There are different worksheets for every school day of the week, new dictations to use, and weekly quizzes too, so you can assess your student's learning.

Lesson plans are given along with a simple script to follow to teach the rule of the unit. These scripts make teaching these rules and French writing simple, even if you're not familiar with them yourself!


Plenty of Practice!

One thing students need when learning a language is plenty of practice. Written practice can help so much too as there is so much research showing the correlation between writing something down and memory. The worksheets included in these units cement the words and rules learned, while the dictations give kids a chance to see the words they've learned in sentences. Units also come with a phrasebook to give out to students that they can use to practice reading those dictations.

Additionally, at least 3 days per week (more in later units) students will be required to write their own sentences using the words they have learned. They can refer to their word sheets and phrase books to help them. It is also encouraged that students 'discover a word' every week using the word discovery page. This allows them to add in some extra vocabulary of something they really like - like a favourite game or activity. This word can then be used in their writing as well.


Creating Their Own Dictionaries

Two types of dictionaries kids can make are also included with these units. One has them write their words in French only and illustrate them, while the other has them write their words in both English and French. They're a great activity to include for students to refer to throughout the year.


The First 4 Weeks Available!

The first 4 weeks of this program are available on TeachersPayTeachers now!  You can also try out a 2-day sample on TeachersPayTeachers, or by using the Google Drive link below. Units cost just $2 each (that's only $1 per week!) and are over 60 pages long.











Tuesday, August 1, 2023

Favourites from the Homeschool Collection!

 Favourites from the Homeschool Collection!


There's only TWO DAYS LEFT to grab this amazing deal of a bundle for homeschoolers! This is absolutely one of my favourites that I've participated in - there is literally so much goodness in here!
Although there are 66 products and I wish I could show them ALL to you - I've decided to share a few of my favourites that we will be using in our own homeschool this year!

I Survived Unit Studies

There is so much great history to be discovered through novels! I myself have learned so much by reading both fiction and nonfiction about different time periods, how people acted and reacted to situations, and how it truly felt to be a part of a major historical event - for better or worse. That's why I love the series 'I Survived' There are so many different novels full of stories to explore and learn about.

This unit study helps you do just that - but really dig into events and the people, places, and aftermath surrounding them. This unit has students make a beautiful lapbook to display the information they learn through the story and further research. It gives links, and ideas for integrating the unit study into geography, history, and even art. I had actually bought this book just a few weeks ago to use with my kids this year, so I was so pleasantly surprised to find this unit study in the Homeschool Collection Bundle!


Marine Science

I have to start off by saying that this book is HUGE! It covers the topic of marine science so completely, I believe it would be a great addition to any homeschool high school or middle school. It is basically a huge textbook! For kids like one of mine who are really interested in marine science, it's a great way to dive really deep into the topic.

The unit includes texts, vocabulary pages, comprehension questions, projects, and more! I really cannot wait to dive into this one with my kids soon!



Simple Machines

I have a third grader this year and so really want to do a unit with them all about simple machines, how they work, and why they're so important to our everyday lives. This unit fits that need perfectly!

Full of posters, texts, questions, quizzes, and more, it's a great way to introduce the concept and cover all of the basics without feeling too overwhelmed. The information is short and to the point (which I love for that age!) and covers everything kids need to know about pulleys, wheels and axels, screws, and more.

Finance

I know that there's a popular question going around the internet nowadays - why didn't they teach us how to do taxes/banking/etc in school. Well this unit does just that and it is AMAZING!

Now only does it go over the history of money and bartering, but it also covers basics like how to write a check or read a debit card, how to file taxes, how to budget, producers and consumers, loans and savings, salaries - everything your kids need to know about how the finance world works! This is another one I'm super excited to use with my own kids.


Science and Art Combined!

My youngest kiddo really loves to draw. She also really loves animals, making this unit a win for her. Including units on dogs, amphibians and reptiles, Australian animals, horses, dinosaurs, invertebrates, mammals, ocean animals, sharks, and types of fish!

It gives kids basic information about each type of animal and shows them how to draw it using the grid method - but makes it super simple. There are also some great comprehension pages to show what they've learned - perfect for portfolios and just for fun!


Art and Poetry

Art and poetry are something I always love to include in our homeschool. So I was so excited to see this unit included in the Homeschool Collection too! It's a super simple way to include both in your homeschool.

Each month is filled with poems and artwork to use how you see fit. But there are also some great questions to ask and discuss with your kids while you study the poems and art, along with some fun ideas to inspire you.


I really hope you've enjoyed this quick preview of just a few of my favourite products! Remember that the sale is only on for 2 more days, and then it will be gone for good! This is such a great opportunity to grab some extras for your homeschool that you can use for years to come.

Be sure to take a look!
Enjoy your day!

Debbie

Fraction Match! With Google Slides

 Fraction Match! With Google Slides

When it comes to first teaching fractions, teaching concepts first and foremost is most important. Learners need to know that a fraction represents an amount less than one, the names of the parts, and to see visual models and real-life models of what they look like.

But after these first crucial steps, it's also important for kids to begin to easily recognize a fraction model. Just as they learn to recognize and solve addition and subtraction facts, learning to recognize different fractional parts is important too.

These slides are a great way to get your students to practice this skill independently.


These slides include two different options. You can mix and match the two, or use the ones that suit your needs best.

In the first 10 slides, students will match fractions to the correct models. There are 5 on each page, so it's a quick way to get in extra practice without overwhelming your young learners.

The next 10 slides include words that kids will match to the fraction models. This is great for kids who struggle with problem-solving and will help them visualize the parts of fractions in problems.


There are plenty of different shapes for students to see too, which helps them broaden their perception of what a fractional part is, beyond just the regular circles and rectangles.

You can snag this set of slides in one of my shops using the options below. The entire set costs just $2! It's a great resource that can be used over and over again throughout the years and is easy to send out to students and assign.

See this set on TeachersPayTeachers