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Explore Chart Brainstorm, Chore Chart, and more!

Using mind mapping is a great way to get your upper elementary, middle school, & high school students engaged in learning! It allows students to doodle while adding pictures & visuals to their work. It's an inspiring & logical way to engage students in note taking. It also maps out ideas so they can recall material! Use this post to learn all about creative mind map lessons & how they can help students with brainstorming, problem solving, memorization, planning, researching,

Snail Investigation.... this is a great anchor chart for inquiry. Students write what they see, think, and wonder about the question. They can put sticky notes up so that the anchor chart can be used again.

Bedtime Routine Chart and Cards

Need to help your toddler or preschooler with their bedtime routine? Check out this free set of printable bedtime routine cards.