Rachel Lynette
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Use these 27 Figurative Language Task for ELA enrichment. Seven types of figurative language are included: simile, metaphor, idiom, hyperbole, pe...
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This bundle of 22 challenging and fun math activities is sure to be a hit with your students. These activities reinforce basic skills in fun and ...
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Use these 32 task cards to help students learn the difference between fact and opinion. The multiple choice format makes these cards ideal for te...
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This packet is designed to help your students get more out of their nonfiction reading. Most of the 34 pages in this bundle are worksheets or gra...
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Each of these 60 brains breaks is not only super-fun, but also quick and easy! Everything you need is on the card. Just print, cut, and g...
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Use these 24 Boggle cards at a literacy center to help students improve letter pattern recognition skills, spelling, and vocabulary. This version...
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Perfect for back to school - These intriguing questions will help you get to know your students and help them get to know each other. Kids love t...
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Use these 24 Name that Number cards for added math enrichment. Each card is numbered so students can easily track which cards they have complete...
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This is a bundle of 15 fun and educational scavenger hunts. Scavenger hunts are a motivating way for kids to explore a subject or medium. They ...
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Each of these 150 "Thinkable" cards has a different higher level thinking activity. Your students are sure to love these cards! Thinkables can b...
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This back to school resource provides tools and activities to use during the first week of school and throughout the year. Everything is "ready t...
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cards each require students to find a word in the dictionary that fits the given clue. The clues are open-ended, so there will be several possibl...
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This is a bundle of 21 fun and challenging worksheets designed to facilitate creative and critical thinking in your students. Most of them utiliz...
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Use these List It! cards as a fun creative thinking enrichment activity. Students can work on cards individually using notebook paper for their a...
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Here are over 300 Teacher Tips categorized alphabetically and listed in a quick-to-read bulleted format. Some of the tips are basic for new teach...
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Kids have been playing "Which of these things is not like the others" since Sesame Street, but these task cards take the game to a whole new le...
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Use these 24 Three Reasons Why for lateral thinking enrichment. Students can answer on notebook paper and record their progress on the included ...
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These 72 Analogy Task Cards are divided into 3 color-coded sets of 24 cards each. Students can solve the analogies orally in groups or use the in...
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Use these 39 What to Do Task Cards to help your student learn classroom procedures for greater independence throughout the year. Each card focuse...
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Use these 42 Generalization Cards for discussion or writing prompts. These cards are meant to be used as supplementary activities once students a...
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Most of my teaching experience is with gifted and talented students in grades 2-5 though I have worked with children of all ages in general education classrooms as well. A few years ago I stopped teaching in order to write nonfiction children's books full time. Gradually over the next few years, my career changed from writing to creating teaching materials here on Teacher Pay Teacher. I love creating teaching products (most recently task cards) and feel just as passionate about my work now as I did when I was teaching. I also love knowing that my products help thousands of teachers and reach tens of thousands of students.

MY TEACHING STYLE

One of my most important mentors said that we should give students "Freedom within structure." I took that concept to heart and it has resulted in a motivating, challenging, and highly effective leaning environment. I think kids should love coming to school. That is how I taught when I was in the classroom and that is what I keep in mind when I create teaching resources for TpT. My goal is to create high-quality products that are easy to use and include some element or creative or critical thinking. Many of my products are also aligned to Common Core Standards.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I am currently a Top Ten seller on TpT, both for all time as well as in the weekly lists. I am the all time number one seller for grades 3-5. In addition, I have written over 100 nonfiction books for children for a variety of publishers as well as several teacher resource books.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Western Washington University.

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My curly hair icon was inspired by a cartoon I used to draw on student worksheets and parent communications. Here is what I really look like: