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Rachel McSwain

Rachel McSwain

In my opinion, the absence of a meaning of life is what makes life so wonderful.

This is the create-a-country project which requires students -- upper elementary, middle, or high school -- to demonstrate fundamental geography skills. I mention it is a scalable assignment. Simply, there are different versions of this two-part assignment here: an upper elementary school assignment, a middle school assignment, and a high school assignment. Of course, you can mix-and-match to fit the needs of your classes.

Writing Prompt: One day you find this tiny door at a corner of your bedroom. What do you do? Who uses that door? Where does the door lead?

Learning is Their Journey - Let Them Fly!

For one of my students, she lacks support both at home and with her friends. She tells me I am the only one that cares. I don't know how many of my students also feel this way and could use extra care and support.

Photo writing prompt: Tell the story.

Meme Activity for icebreaker. Looks cute. This one is paid, but could easily make your own.

Glass ring bearer box instead of ring pillow. #weddingringbox

~~* I Can See You Better *~~

{Free}Class Expectations Anchor Charts 6th-12th

Instead of a guest book, have them sign a globe for your new home. Put a new spin on things.

Jack Daniels Whiskey Bottle Cactus and Succulent by Rehabulous, $38.99

A cute First Day of School activity for Middle/High schoolers. Students fill out the BINGO card with 16 different options and then find students who match those choices and write his/her name in the blank.

Histomap – 4000 years of world history summarized in a giant chronology!

Kids vs. Teachers - a behavior management technique that works like magic!

Ham Potato Soup: Quick & Easy recipe #sponsored

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Integrating Tech: If MLK Jr Had Instagram... | Tales of a 6th Grade Classroom