Sonnets – Iambic Pentameter – Shakespeare’s Poetry Like You’ve Never Seen Before
Shakespeare's sonnet structure like you've never seen before. Dazzle and inspire your students with this dynamic presentation. From a simple iambic pentameter line ("Trapeze, fall down, go boom, get up, again.") to a discussion of two of Shakespeare's most famous sonnets, there's plenty to amuse and challenge your class here. Full, 50-minute lesson materials included.
Only $1.00! I used this with mostly first graders, however it is good review for second grade at the beginning of the year. They loved the chant! It also includes two color the odd/even number pages, and a sorts odd and even activity sheet.
This is an awesome Year-End Teacher Evaluation Survey for students to complete that will provide you the teacher with great insight and data on how your class went, what to change for next year, and how to improve your teaching! I've learned so much from these every year!
Use these 18 half page task cards to help your students understand the difference between literal and inferential questions. Each card includes a a picture and literal and inferential questions about the pictures. $
Looking for a fun and engaging way to start the school year with a new class? With 3 activities based on getting to know students, helping them to reflect on last year and interact with each other, this product will help you break the ice and start the year well!
Five Themes of Geography: Interactive Notebook Unit and Notebook Flippables Notes, flippables, activities, Power Points and a final project included!!!!
San Valentin Make a Pair Game - Bilingual Craftivity ! Your students will enjoy Valentine´s Day with this bilingual craftivity!
Each of these 24 Task Cards features a short, nonfiction paragraph. Students are challenged to summarize the paragraph in just twelve words or less. $
Geography Interactive Notebook Fun This looks interesting. The directions say to cut out each part and glue only the top so that students can write underneath the flap. We could use this when we introduce earth's structures/U.S. regions. Students could maybe categorize these based on what is found in U.S. and where. For example, volcanoes are found in Hawaii.
Perfect for back to school in middle school! How does this activity work? Directions: • Color the map of South America. Each color is worth a different dollar amount. • Make the cheapest map possible. • WARNING! Before you get started, there is a catch... no colors can touch.
FREE Mycorrhizae (Fungi) Graphing and Data Analysis Worksheet. I use this simple and FREE activity to kill two birds with one stone. It allows me the opportunity to review the basic science skills of graphing and data analysis while at the same time reinforcing concepts on the fungi.