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  • Krissy Hamilton

    Pinner states: I provide mostly middle school lessons. I like making bulletin board materials and fun items along with posting reading and language arts materials.

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FUN and ENGAGING Middle/High school English Language Arts Lessons :) Could be easily modified for elem.: How would Goldilocks describe...?, Draw a avi that tells about..., What book character is most like...? And Why?

Fun, contemporary back-to-school lesson! Have your students draw "selfies" and describe their summer via text message prompts. Makes for a great bulletin board display!!

Free middle school and high school English class resources. Click HERE for ready-to-go lesson materials!

William Shakespeare’s hilarious tale of love and magic, A Midsummer Night's Dream, will enthrall your students when you use this MASSIVE bundle of interactive, multimedia lessons. This package includes FIVE WEEKS OF COMPLETE LESSON MATERIALS designed to challenge and entertain middle school students and high school freshmen/sophomores.

Perfect bulletin board for middle & high school

This is a classroom helpers board, but I like the idea of using it as a home faith formation thing - each pocket is a category of prayer and each stick is a person you know and you can have a visual of who to pray for what (with elementary-aged kids). Maybe this would be overwhelming or maybe it would help visually organize your prayers. Just an idea...

This easy-to-use Shakespeare lesson plan will help your students understand extended metaphor and emphasize important Common Core reading skills. Click here for a ready-to-use 45-minute lesson. Works equally well with middle school and high school students.

For all my Teacher friends... bulletin boards and doors

Reading bulletin boards...love this. Must find a way to do this! Above lockers maybe?

FREE! Idioms are great fun and upper elementary and middle school students love them! This lesson is ideal for grades 6-9 and was created to address the following Common Core Standard: Vocabulary Acquisition and Use: "Recognize and explain the meaning of common idioms, adages, and proverbs"