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TEACHERS-PARENTS are you having trouble finding gifted and talented teaching materials in mathematics, problem solving, and critical thinking? “GIFTED AND TALENTED PROBLEM SOLVING #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7 and #8 each have 42 pages of activities specially designed to motivate and challenge your gif
Challenge your students to find the treasure by using Pythagorean Theorem to explore the pirate territory. Students follow a scenario of problems to find a treasure buried by Pythagoras. Student tested and approved.✔Included in this resource:• Pirate treasure hunt scenario• Pirate map • Student d
"Table Texting" is a fun, interactive strategy you can use with any piece of text or topic. The key is to pose a higher-level question that encourages thinking among students. Students respond to the question in writing. The teacher or facilitator collects the papers and redistributes them. Students
Listening and Following Directions An Activity That Challenges Students To Pay Attention To Details This activity is designed to challenge students to listen closely to directions and complete tasks in the correct locations on a grid. Interested in more following directions and reading comprehension
Create a stunning visual display of Greek and Latin roots with this pennant activity! 60+ roots are included. Students add words, definitions, or visuals to create their own unique representation of these root words. Root words are useful for strengthening vocabulary, understanding language, and are
This resource starts with an editable Escape Room for ELA that you can use as a review game for any novel or text. You also get a full introduction to Escape Rooms and Breakout Boxes, puzzle ideas and resources, templates for tools and clue cards, and tons of examples for a variety of content areas.
Book reports don't have to be that boring! These projects are a more creative way to find out how much of the book the student really understands. All of these look GREAT on your walls and bulletin boards! Includes: Board Game Book Report Newspaper Book Report Facebook Book Report Cereal Box Book
Gobbledygook, high-sounding language that confuses and amuses, is the subject of this fun Christmas activity. Students are challenged to identify the titles of twenty-six popular Christmas tunes written in extreme gobbledygook. The activity is organized into two handouts--Set One with twelve title
Technology art project - There are three differentiated options included, making this activity accessible to all.Please read if you use ChromebooksWhile I recommend using Inkscape, as mentioned below, you may not be able to do options 2 and 3 without using a something like rollApp to support Inkscap
Challenge your students to blend close reading and argumentation skills as they broaden their world views! Assertion journals--written responses to pithy quotations--are an integral part of my classroom. Through them, students learn to think critically, analyze, and argue. They are frequently cited
The new common core standards will require students to relate their story and essay writing to two-three passages of text. The text may be nonfiction, charts, quotations, environmental print, fiction, or poetry. In line with PARCC demands. This writing prompt contains three texts for the student to
Yes, we can teach reading, writing, speaking and listening, and critical thinking skills using this amazing graphic novel which has no “words!” It’s a journey about who we are, where we have come from, and the humanity we share. It’s about hope and love and understanding. At times powerful, at
In this creative writing activity, students draw inspiration from a nonfiction article about ten real-world abandoned places! Students choose one as a setting for a piece of Flash Fiction. Differentiate with a condensed or expanded brainstorming worksheet. Includes an optional vocabulary in context
This set of posters includes 25 different themes. Each poster includes the theme with a more detailed message. The posters are included in regular 8.5 by 11 as well as a smaller size of 2 posters per page. Use this as reference as you discuss theme in your class. The following themes are included
Print these bookmarks for your students and they will never forget how to close read! I print mine double-sided and students use one side for when we can write on the text and the other (post-it) side for when we're close reading something we can't write on! ****************************************
PURCHASE “GIFTED AND TALENTED PROBLEM SOLVING #1 AND #2” AT A DISCOUNTED PRICE.Gifted and talented classes usually have an abundance of educational materials for English, the arts and social studies, but very little for mathematics, critical thinking, and problem solving. “GIFTED AND TALENTED PROBLE
A simple tool that reminds students the steps of close reading, how and what to annotate, and a few thinking codes to mark up the text they are reading/analyzing. Print and laminate to use. May also be printed on Astrobrights for an extra color pop, so the kids won't lose them, or to color code f
Problem solving activities for teachers, students and parents. Purchase PROBLEM SOLVING ACTIVITIES BOOKS #1, #2, #3 and #4 at a DISCOUNTED PRICE. "One hundred pages" of problems that are designed to support your schools objectives and curriculum. Use these for that special time in the classroom or
Gifted and talented classes usually have an abundance of educational materials for English, the arts and social studies, but very little for mathematics, critical thinking, and problem solving. “GIFTED AND TALENTED PROBLEM SOLVING #2” has 42 pages of activities specially designed to motivate and cha
Escape the Time Machine is a fun geometry challenge for kids to review angle measure rules for triangles and quadrilaterals, as well as the relationship between transversals and parallel lines! This exciting time travel ESCAPE adventure begins when YOU - the most awesome teacher in the history of th
Civil War Project | Differentiated Project | Civil War This is a concluding project to use at the end of a Civil War unit. Project menus are one of the quickest, easiest ways to incorporate differentiation in to your classroom. Project menus allow students choice in the products they produce. The
Fall math fun with this set of 6 Fall themed logic problems great for bell-ringers, time-fillers, and challenge. This set includes 1 Halloween themed and 1 Thanksgiving themed problem Great for your middle school math, pre-Algebra and Algebra students. Keep even your brightest students challenged
Problem solving activities for teachers, students and parents. A total of 25 pages of challenging activities for your students. These problems are designed to support your schools objectives and curriculum. Use the problems for that special time in the classroom or at home when you need a little ch
Build students’ inferencing skills and prepare for your reading of “Lamb to the Slaughter” by Roald Dahl with this group simulation. Students take on the role of the young detective arriving on the scene of Mr. Maloney’s death, collecting facts and making inferences to unlock the next level. After t

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