navigate your penguin home by jumping on the iceberg that has the correct answer for the question that is put to you. Up to 4 players can play at a time. You can join a public game with players from around the world or you can play with your friends in a private room you can create. When the game is finished you find out your time and the questions you missed along the way. You can even print the trophy you earn at the end. primary edutech
ANALYZING THE NOBEL PEACE PRIZE LECTURE BY ELIE WIESEL: Hope, Despair and Memory. This is the follow up lesson to my free TpT unit on the same speech. This unit includes: ➢ A copy of the lecture, broken down into numbered paragraphs. ➢ A breakdown of parts of the speech sentence by sentence with writing prompts and space for answers. ➢ Group questions and individual questions. ➢ 9 pages of teacher notes. ➢ Copies of student examples – 4 pages. ➢ Vocabulary ➢ Essay questions and more. $
Thanksgiving Activities - Turkey Review Games for Any Subject - Smartboard
Grab a list of questions and you are ready to play! These fun Thanksgiving theme interactive PowerPoint games make practicing review questions fun. Four exciting games are included that feature fun turkey characters, animations and sounds that your students will love. Play the games again and again with new review questions. By Pink Cat Studio
TTeacher planning time is always too short. I have 5 tips to help you use your planning period for actually planning. These teacher time management tricks will work! I especially like #3. teacher time savers / teacher / planning
Laura Candler's Mastering Math Facts Multiplication and Division
This Multiplication Study Log is a great tool for encouraging kids to practice their times tables at home. You'll find it in Laura Candler's Mastering Math Facts Multiplication and Division, a complete program for teaching multiplication. $ #LauraCandler
Zap It! Great multiplication fact game for 2+ players. Student draws a stick and must give the correct answer to keep the stick. If the students misses it then he/she must put the stick back. Students keep playing back and forth. If a student draws a ZAP IT stick then they must put ALL their sticks back. Student with the most sticks wins!