I have been busy rounding up all my favorite, must have spring resources for you! If you missed part one of this two-part series, check it out here. I have four more spring favorites for the elementary classroom for you today that are PERFECT to add into your classroom all spring long!
Human Impact on the Environment
Earth Day is always an important topic of study in April. This unit is a great fit when learning about land, water and air pollution, renewable and nonrenewable resources and how we impact the world around us. This is a full unit with over 10 days of lessons and activities! Fun fact: it is one of my top 3 best selling units in my TPT store! 😊 It’s definitely a good one.
All About Rabbits
What animal is more symbolic of spring than a bunny?! Teaching with nonfiction texts can be so fun when learning all about animals and their life cycles. With over 50 pages of rabbit nonfiction texts, projects, graphics and more this is a great option to add into your plans around Easter this spring!
I live in Florida where we love (and have many!) afternoon spring and summer storms. This is one of my very favorite units to use in the spring because it is so relatable to the season when we have many different types of storms from a sun shower to tornados.
This VERY comprehensive resource covers ALL types of storms: thunderstorms, windstorms, dust storms, tornadoes, winter storm, blizzards, ice storms, cyclones, and hurricanes. I told you it was comprehensive! 😉It is another best seller in my store so I know you will love it too!
Spring Boom Cards
I can’t end my roundup without my boom cards! I have a great variety of 2nd grade math spring themed boom cards. Boom cards are perfect for independent practice and review, center work or even a quick assessment of skills. I’ve used them with my own kids as review at home as well. You really can’t go wrong!
Not sure about Boom cards? Check out this post where I explain how to use them in your classroom.
I hope you found something new to use this spring in your classroom! Happy teaching!