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Three Branches of Government PowerPoint and Foldable Bundle

This bundle includes a PowerPoint that outlines the three branches of government: executive, legislative, and judicial. The PowerPoint also includes checks and balances and the separation of power. Any slide in the PowerPoint can also be used as a classroom poster! Along with the PowerPoint, a printable foldable is included that allows students to explain the three branches of government, using the PowerPoint as a guide.

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Goal Setting Banner

Need a fun, relaxing activity to promote goal setting and New Year's resolutions? This calming coloring activity allows students to color away stress while also creating attainable goals for the new year. Students decorate two banners each. Put all of the banners together on a string with clothespins for display. Principals and parents will be impressed by this super cute, functional design element in your office or classroom.

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Building Snowmen

Building Snowmen allows students to complete a craft and to practice their literacy and numeracy skills.

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Reflection is the most important part of the learning process. These simple templates allow students to take ownership of their learning and track their progress by reflecting on the lesson objective/learning target.You may also like: Assessment in Instruction: Danielson 3d DOK Depth of Knowledge Posters & Activity Cards

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College Bound Pennant

This simple pennant allows students to map out their interests and select a school of higher learning. Students fill in their name down the left side and an area they are interested in. This interest leads to a field of study, then finally, to a college choice.

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A quick survey to get to know your students. Use it at the beginning of the school year, after breaks, or open house and meet the teacher nights. If you get to meet your students before the next school year, this would be helpful too!

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Using mind mapping is a great way to get your upper elementary, middle school, & high school students engaged in learning! It allows students to doodle while adding pictures & visuals to their work. It's an inspiring & logical way to engage students in note taking. It also maps out ideas so they can recall material! Use this post to learn all about creative mind map lessons & how they can help students with brainstorming, problem solving, memorization, planning, researching,

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Building Snowmen

Building Snowmen allows students to complete a craft and to practice their literacy and numeracy skills.

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This video allows students to take a virtual tour of the Plimoth Plantation where the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag Indians celebrated the first Thanksgiving. Students learn through interviews about the daily lives of the pilgrims and the Wampanoag people, as well as how they gave thanks during what is now a celebrated holiday. – Maria R

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Winter Math Bingo Ten More and Ten Less

This winter themed BINGO game allows students to mentally determine ten less or ten more than each number called out. This math game is perfect for adding a touch of fun to your number sense lessons.

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