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What better way to have students use real-life math, reading, and writing skills than with this fun, high-interest Road Trip Project? Now includes a DIGITAL version! In this unit, students will have the opportunity to plan a trip and persuade others to visit their chosen destination!Click HERE to SA
This content-rich activity is student-centered and interactive. The activity has 6 stations detailing the geography, achievements, social classes, leadership, economy, and religion of Ancient Mesopotamia. Readings come with great visuals, charts, station signs, and maps. Questions and interactive mi
Research / Inquiry Organizers - Looking for something to help your students manage a research or inquiry project? Use these comprehensive templates and organizers to help your students succeed! I've used these organizers with multiple grades and subjects and had great success! Great for any subject
Learning about the economy is fun with this unit bundle full of entertaining & unique resources! The guided lessons are engaging for students while the 5-E teaching model is easy for you to use! Build or enrich your curriculum with these materials, which are ideal for intermediate & middle s
This activity is student-centered and Common Core! First, students read a brief history about the Epic of Gilgamesh and an excerpt from the actual tale. Then, they analyze the text and draw conclusions regarding beliefs about polytheism, demigods and society in Ancient Mesopotamia. Lastly, students
This primary source lesson will help students better understand one of the most important documents of all time - The Declaration of Independence. Though Thomas Jefferson's Declaration can be difficult to understand for some, this worksheet is a great overall, big-picture way to study such an impor
Build research and writing skills with this historical travel brochure project, specifically designed to work with ANY location. Your students will have a chance to research a historical location and create a unique travel brochure, a perfect way to showcase learning! Everything you need to seamles
What happens when something disrupts the ability of a system to meet the needs of the organisms within its bounds? In this activity, students will explore what that “something” might be when presented with the problem of a precipitous decline in the native tree frog population of Mayberry, Florida.I
Use these brief illustrated reading passages to support the Common Core ELA standard for making inferences from informational text (CCSS RI.6-8.1). They are perfect for use as bell work activities in science classes, but can be used by any teacher who needs scientifically accurate reading passages t
Use Lewis and Clark's authentic journal entries to teach students about the famous expedition! Your students will evaluate the success of Lewis and Clark's journey by analyzing primary sources, recording evidence, and answering a document based question. Everything you need for a comprehensive less
This FUN, ENGAGING and HANDS ON set of NGSS middle school activities explores and models analog vs digital signals using a spring toy! It explicitly shows students why digital/digitized signals are more reliable than analog signals through a CER that aligns to the NGSS standard MS-P4-3: Integrate q
Printable and Digital 50 States Worksheets! Everything you need for students to research the 50 states is included! Each state worksheet is designed for students to research and complete independently. The extra research pages provide added rigor for those students wanting a challenge. The bibliog
Helping students grasp the magnitude of the Holocaust is a challenge. One way to get your students more engaged in this difficult topic is by using Elly: My True Story of the Holocaust as a novel unit for your class. This Elly Novel Study includes comprehension questions, text-based vocabulary activ
A comprehensive resource for getting your students up, moving, and thinking critically about the transcontinental railroad! Students begin the lesson by working with the vocabulary necessary for understanding the six transcontinental railroad primary source documents. Next, students rotate through
This book companion for Hana's Suitcase by Karen Levine can save you hours of prep for your literature circles or book clubs. Students will learn about the Holocaust through two different lenses while developing reading comprehension skills and vocabulary. This standards-aligned novel study for Hana
HIGH-INTEREST informational text passage NO PREP PRINTABLES OR INTERACTIVE GOOGLE SLIDES FOR DISTANCE LEARNING! Your students are wondering why there are seasons, so they will want to read this informative text that incorporates visuals (2 diagrams) and an interactive hand demonstration. It explains
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An entertaining BUNDLE of unique Intro to Culture resources! The guided lessons are FUN for students & the 5-E teaching model is EASY for you to use! Each activity includes a Teacher Reference Guide to ensure success in your classroom! This engaging unit includes everything you need!Google Clas
Fun Oregon Trail Project! Students research the Oregon Trail to create a historical travel brochure detailing the overland experience. After researching the Oregon Trail, students are ready to create their travel brochures and apply their knowledge. ***Printable PDF AND Google Drive Resource Includ
Conquer a difficult topic with station rotations! Students focus on a different Enlightenment thinker at each station, answering text-based questions to ensure understanding. After rotating through all six stations, students are ready to connect ideas from Age of Enlightenment to today’s world. Eve
Introduce the similarities and differences between types of economies around the world with this 5-E guided lesson! Everything you need is included to easily teach about economic systems! “Think About It…” questions, “Say Something…” prompts & a “Show What You Know” game keeps your students enga
This resource contains a non-fiction reading passage (one page - approx. 500 words) about the red fox, comprehension questions about the reading, and a color by number answer sheet for students to color based on their answers to the comprehension questions. Students LOVE color by number activities
Use these brief illustrated non-fiction reading passages to address ELA reading standards in science and social studies classes, and to provide students with practice making inferences from reading. They are perfect for bell work or for those ‘ragged times’ when you need a quick independent activit
Who or What Killed Edgar Allen Poe? Edgar Allen Poe’s death has been the subject of speculation for over 150 years. Have your students meet the suspects, compare and contrast eyewitness statements of his symptoms to current medical knowledge, and write persuasive pieces to promote their theory of
Looking for a way to engage your students and reinforce characteristics of the thirteen colonies? Use this United States history resource with your students to review the New England, Middle, and Southern colonies. Students will demonstrate their understanding of the location, government, religion,

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