These 32 task cards focus on idioms related to school. They are perfect for Back to School but can be used throughout the year. These cards work well for all students whether they are English speakers or ESL students. Each card has a common idiom example,
If you want to start implementing project-based learning (PBL) in your classroom, this online training course is amazing! She walks you through everything from planning and pacing your lesson to how to differentiate, build in critique, grade, and MORE!
Math Workshop- this teacher explains exactly how she conducts her guided math lessons in her third grade classroom. (extremely informative post that includes a FREEBIE!) And now she has lesson plans too!
Help your students to find their way towards meaningful, standards based learning in the first five minutes of class with this bellringer journal for grades 6-8 ELA. Each reading standard has six bellringers that progress in higher order thinking skill level. From www.readitwriteitlearnit.com
15 Hands-on History Ideas for Studying the French Indian War
There is a myriad of reasons our special education students should self-reflect on their learning: it helps them learn important executive functioning skills, makes them aware of what goals they are working on, and gives them ownership of their learning.
United States History Activities That Your Students Will Love!
Ancient / World History Interactive Notebook Social Studies BUNDLE - Use this resource with your or grade classroom or home school students. It's great for those studying World History, Ancient History, or other Social Studies.
As teachers, it can be challenging to determine the best order in which to teach our curriculum. This back to school season, I decided to share my scope and sequence for biology and why I think it is the best for using in the biology classroom!
Twenty weeks of grade math challenge math problems! Twenty sets of challenging no-prep Grade enrichment math problems that will challenge your most advanced math learners. The problems are great for early finishers, gifted students, or
Social Studies close reading vs. ELA close reading. It’s both/and not either/or
The Reading Like a Historian curriculum by the Stanford History Education Group engages students in historical inquiry. One of the best history websites that includes lessons and documents.saves time and energy lesson planning!