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Free Map Printable! This set includes maps that are labeled as well as blank maps. Great for map practice!
No prep close reading and comprehension for grades 1-3! Each passage presented at 3 reading levels. Science and Social Studies topics. Written by a published children's author. #closereading #noprep #primarygrades
Rounding can be a challenging skill. Help your students better understand rounding, to the nearest 10 and 100, using interactive number lines, hands-on rounding activities, games and independent practice.
A practical guide for differentiation! Easy-to-use, great for all grades, time-saving, and effective! Sources: "Differentiation in Action" by Judith Dodge; various works by Carol Ann Tomlinson; interviews with Texas public school teachers
$ Subject and Object Pronouns, Possessive Pronouns and Adjectives Puzzles
Subject pronouns, object pronouns, possessive adjectives, possessive pronouns.
Earth Day is coming, and we've found a few ways to make it fun for the whole family. These crafts, games, activities, and DIYs are kid-friendly AND mom-friendly. Try building your family a recycling center or making some adorable bird feeders to give back to our feathered friends.
Get ready for Earth Day! Make a smiling planet Earth with arms and legs that move. Color the Earth. Then cut out the arms and legs and attach them to the Earth with brass paper fasteners.
Anchor charts are about the learners. They shouldn't be intimidating. Sure, they can be cute, but they can be easy to create and reusable too.
What's New? Teaching Secondary Social Studies and English with Leah: Google Classroom, The Why and How
FREE handout to help your high school students master MLA formatting.