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When schools closed abruptly last March, we were all caught off guard. Sure there were rumors of COVID shutdowns, but none of us had ever experienced anything like this before. To borrow a word that has gotten thrown around a lot this year, it was wholly unprecedented. But you did what you do best. You pivoted and planned and stayed up late to figure out how to best make distance learning work for your students. This letter is for you.
Cereal Box Biographies are the perfect book reports to assign when studying biographies or autobiographies. This activity combines knowledge from the book students read about that person with their own creativity to develop a cereal title and incorporate this title to advertise both the cereal and person. Here are directions on how to write a cereal box biography! Educational activities | Education inspiration | writing creative | improve writing
US History Digital Interactive Notebook Activities Freebie Sampler This resource contains printables from US History Interactive Notebooks Try these interactive notebook resources with your students for FREE! This product contains printables from Early | Native Americans, Age of Exploration, Colonist and Native American Relations, Events Leading to the Revolutionary War, American Revolution, and The Constitution
The countdown is on! Teachers, it’s almost time for you and your students to go BACK TO SCHOOL! Are you ready for a fresh crop of young minds? The beginning of each year is always exciting. In order to get the BEST out of your students, it’s important to start the year off RIGHT! I thought I’d show you my lesson plans to help you make the MOST out of your Back-to-School experience this year. Check out my FIRST WEEK OF SCHOOL LESSON PLANS AND ACTIVITIES! Meet the Teacher
Explicitly outlining classroom procedures will help you communicate expectations with students and make your school year run smoothly! Do you outline and think about your classroom routines and procedures before you start the school year with your students? Here are 26 classroom procedures as well as some ideas on how to determine your procedures and what to do if students don't follow them. #classroom #classroutines #elementaryschool
Widen student horizons with some of our fun activities based on various types of LEARNING STYLES, which will likely appeal to your student’s unique personality. A written report is only one way to show comprehension. Have your student/child pick from this list of engaging activities for reading grouped by learning style and MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES. Read on for a Huge List of Engaging Reading Response Activities Based on Learning Styles. Teach reading | Education inspiration
Try this fun interactive digital resource with your 5th grade students through distance learning or in the classroom. Upper elementary students love reading and graphing coordinates on a plane. I've provided 25 different Google Slides with interactive digital pieces. This resource is perfect for differentiation, remote learning, and for math centers. #graphingcoordinates #distancelearning
Vocabulary instruction is something that many teachers struggle to include in their busy schedules. Best practices require many repetitions and exposures to new words for students to actually acquire them as part of their knowledge. As teachers strive to find time for high-frequency and content-specific words, academic vocabulary may get pushed to the side. Is it necessary to teach academic vocabulary? We think so, keep reading to find out three reasons why! Teaching vocabulary
Design a Board Game is a Project Based Learning unit that involves students learning about the history of games, the importance of playing games, and skills learned by playing games. Students will design an educational or entertainment game. In this unit: History of games, Why play games?, Characteristics of games, Graphic organizer, All in the Game table, My game idea, Ideas for game board layouts, Game spinners, Using Scratch, Jr. to create games, and more! *3rd-6th, Homeschool.
Whether your children are taking a part-time online class or they are full-time homeschool students, an efficient workspace is needed to get in the right mindset for learning. This post will show you how to make the most useful workspace for homeschool. A free checklist is included!
MAP SKILLS - Including Google Slides™ Activities - Use this 36 page resource with your 2nd, 3rd, or 4th grade classroom or home school students. Students learn how to read maps and legends. This download incorporates map skills, cooperative learning, technology skills, differentiation, & creativity. Great for projects & activities in geography or instructional technology lessons. Low prep with the digital Google Apps component! #mapskills #Googleslides #Geography
Ancient Civilizations Freebie Sampler (Reading Passages) StudentSavvy Reading Passage & Expository Text Resources! It contains a total of 2 Engaging, Non-Fiction Reading Comprehension Passages with Directions for Student Annotations! Reading Comprehension Questions also included!
Practice 2 digit by 2 digit multiplication with these Halloween themed digital task cards. Included are 10 problems with multiple-choice answers and 10 word problems. Students get immediate feedback after they answer the problem. This is perfect for distance learning! #technology #technologyintegration #distancelearning #remotelearning #digitallearning
This collection of mentor poetry books provides the perfect toolbox to showcase how master poets capture imagination, wonder, humor, passion, struggle, and self-expression using the magic of their words. Education inspiration | Education strategies | Things to learn