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Allusions to Greek Mythology Mini-Unit {CCSS RL.4.4}

Allusions to Greek Mythology HUGE mini-unit! Includes lesson plans, student booklet, art integration activity, literacy center support activity, and MORE! $ #allusions #greekmythology

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Google Drive Lessons Bundle

• These lessons contains screen shots, activities, marking schemes, tips and instructions for using Documents, Presentations, Spreadsheets, Drawings and Forms within Google Drive. Update: Lessons for the new Google Add-ons and Updates 2014 have been added.

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Lesson Plan Templates - Multiple Editable Templates (Google Drive Resource)

Lesson Plan Templates

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Super Bowl Mania — Creating Cross-Curricular Lessons That Score Big

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Fun competitive board! Use the playbooks each week leading up to the game. If the winning team also wins the Superbowl, prize is doubled. If the other team doesn't win the game but wins the Superbowl, every one can be a winner :-)

This a great closure activity/strategy to any lesson. Students can reflect on their learning....

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GREEK MYTHOLOGY Unit Plan, Five Full Weeks of Beautifully Designed Lessons

Want summer learning and fun for your tweens and teens? Click here for 25 hours of compelling, multimedia lesson materials.

Huge collection of FREE Disney Pixar Lesson Plans, Activities, Printables and more from Fabulous Classroom.

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Expository, Non-Fiction Lessons on Modern Issues: Bundle #1 of 5 Lessons, CCSS

The new Common Core requires more non-fiction in our English classrooms, so let's fill that need with compelling articles on modern issues that will engage our teens. Click here for easy-to-deliver expository lessons.

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Expository, Non-Fiction Lesson on Modern Issues: Traditional Families?

The new Common Core requires more non-fiction materials in our English/language arts classrooms. Click here for a 45-minute lesson on non-traditional families.

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P.E. Circuits {Exercise Activity Stations}

P.E. Circuits are a fun and exciting way to teach P.E. to your students! There are 12 different circuit station activities for you to choose from, as well as 5 different stretching exercises. This file includes all of the information you will need to get started.

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STEAM - iDesign an App

Let the creative thinker in your students shine with this lesson! Each student has to "develop" their own “app”--give it a name, describe what it does, etc.--and then create a logo. Students draw their app logo onto a post-it-note, and add them to the large (21” x 28”) classroom iPad poster! **Great for Bulletin Boards**

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Teacher/Life Planner for UPPER Grades: Wild Animal Print Theme - Editable

Oh my goodness! I am SO excited to share this with y'all! I just finished creating an EDITABLE classroom organizer SPECIFICALLY for middle and high school teachers! One user said: "Wow, I am blown away by the AMAZING resources in this product! Everything you could possibly need and want is included in this product. The best part is not only is it super functional and incredibly cute, but you can also customize it to fit your specific needs!" $

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Sports Themed Word Wall Letters

Team Expectations Poster

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Bell Ringers: 20 Daily ELA Warm-Ups - This or That Warm Ups

This resource includes 20 This or That Warm Ups with a total of 40 activities that review critical ELA skills. Each This or That Warm Up includes instruction (at the top of the worksheet) and then 2 choices for students to showcase their learning. After reviewing each choice, students can choose to do the “This” activity or the “That” activity. The choices promote engagement and tap into multiple learning styles