Looking for a fun way to get your students talking, moving, and collaborating? Look no further!The f
Looking for a fun way to get your students talking, moving, and collaborating? Look no further!The focus of this breakout is Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing. The activities in this breakout game are designed to help students review what they have read in the play. A great review game before a test or quiz. Comes complete with answer key.
Black Out Poetry Civil Rights Reading, Writing & Art Project | Black history month activities, Black
Resource for Black History Month and Martin Luther King, Jr. Day The purpose of these activities is to help students read deeply while reading excerpts from historical civil rights speeches. So often, civil rights leaders like Dr. King are discussed as if they were super heroes. They are, in a sense, super heroes. But it’s important for students to realize that they were also regular people, often with very humble beginnings who found themselves in situations that demand extraordinary actions.
Number of the Day
Second Grade students need daily number sense practice. These printable, easy-to-use second grade Number of the Day activities are the perfect way to practice number sense concepts. Number of the Day gives multiple ways to practice working with numbers and number concepts. My kids can't put them down! Your kids will love them and will ask for more! These printable pages are great for morning work and homework! March, no-prep and easy for teachers. #numbersense #NumberofTheDay #SecondMath
Anatomy and Physiology Full Year Curriculum
This Anatomy & Physiology bundle contains all nine of my units; a FULL YEAR Anatomy and Physiology Curriculum (great for Biology too). Included in this package are PowerPoints to teach Cornell-Style (great for AVID!) editable notes, labs, activities, tests, and a suggested day-by-day teacher planner. #tpt #a&p #theteacherteam #biology #secondaryscience
Teens and vaping - there has been a stark increase in teenager vape and e-cig use. Juul and other b
Teens and vaping - there has been a stark increase in teenager vape and e-cig use. Juul and other brands are showing up in teen's hands at school, at home and everywhere. Hooked on nicotine, getting sick, and addicted to vapes. Read one school administrator's take on what to look for and hear stories of other families and teens struggling with vaping. Vaping in schools. Vaping on the bus. #ismykidvaping #signsofvaping #whatisavape #whatisvaping #howtotellifsomeonevapes #vaping
3 Questions to Get You Through Teacher Evaluation Season | Teacher evaluation, This or that question
I sat across from my principal. I loved working for this woman. She supported my creative classroom adventures. She looked out for her staff. On this particular day, she was wearing a lemon yellow linen suit. She exuded warmth. I was in her office for my teacher evaluation review. After building me up with the "good st
Civil Rights Heroes: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives
Ask any kid about heroes, and he or she will rattle off names like Batman or Superman, or a list of professional football or hockey players' names. And yet every January when my team and I begin teaching our civil rights unit, my kids view King, Mandela, Gandhi, Helen Keller, and other activists with round eyes. Whenever we read a biography or picture book about these people, I can see my fifth graders mentally placing superhero capes over the shoulders of these activists.
Making Thinking Visible Growing MEGA Bundle
What teacher doesn't wish her students could explain their thinking? Metacognition is where it's at. This bundle will help you with that task. Comprised of organizers, think marks, mini-posters, and interactive notebook sheets for 10 thinking routines, it's a steal! Brought to you by Wild Child Designs.