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    Free literacy lessons for teaching about the U S Constitution

    Lots of language arts lessons and lots of savings. Check out the secondary ELA bundles in Room 213!

    How do you plan what you teach? Learn to plan for the whole year, then for specific topics, and then down to the daily lessons. Great advice on planning out your school year.

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    Homeschool Resources for K-12 students. Search for a variety of resources including videos, games, lesson plans, and assessments in subject matters including Math, Science, English Language Arts, Social Studies, and many others! Create a lesson Plan today!

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    FREE Homophones ready to print student worksheets with answers.

    Your students will love this simple, printable, easy-to-create apple life cycle interactive notebook activity. Students will color, cut and assemble the life cycle of an apple. In addition, there is a writing page for students to summarize the stages. Interactive notebooks are a great alternative to worksheets and minimize lesson plans.

    Free Printable Kids Book Report Worksheet

    How To Teach Piano Lessons At Home With Free Piano Lesson Plans. Still not sure if I will teach my own kids, but this might be helpful :)

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    Math worksheets, free printable 2nd grade math worksheets, free math games for kids

    All About Laws & How Nations Get Along is a social studies unit to supplement teaching about laws and governments. Includes: lesson plans, vocabulary cards, original text that details how we make laws, carry out laws, enforce laws and punish wrongdoers, original text that details how nations interact with one another by helping each other, sharing their culture, making treaties, diplomacy, and military force, activities for each text, and written assessment.

    Another tricky one. Should we even be using "whom" anymore? Yes we should, and this FREE worksheet helps students understand when and where to use "who" and "whom."

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