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This is a PDF* with a set of three hundred creative writing prompts that are aligned to Common Core Writing Anchor Standards 1,2, and 3. Each prompt is done in a visually appealing way and gets its own page/slide so that it can be projected in front of a class. These prompts are meant to be used f
This is a form students can use to summarize a newspaper article they have read. On the front it asks them to identify heading, subheading, byline, and dateline. It defines these words. It then asks to tell who, what, where and why about the article. On the back of the form they take the informa
This is a PDF* with a set of fifteen creative writing prompts that are aligned to Common Core Writing Anchor Standards 1,2, and 3. These are visual prompts and are meant to be used for practice on Common Core Writing Anchor Standards. They are suitable for upper elementary, middle school, and high
This is a PDF* with a set of twenty creative writing prompts (plus two bonus prompts) that are aligned to Common Core Writing Anchor Standard 1: “Write opinion pieces on topics or texts, supporting a point of view with reasons.” These are visual prompts and are meant to be used for practice on Com
This is a PDF* with a set of twenty creative, visual writing prompts that are aligned to Common Core Writing Anchor Standard 1: “Write opinion pieces on topics or texts, supporting a point of view with reasons.” These are visual prompts and are meant to be used for practice on Common Core Writing
This is a PDF* with a set of twenty creative, visual writing prompts that are aligned to Common Core Writing Anchor Standard 2: "Write informative/explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas and information clearly." These are visual prompts and are meant to be used for practice on Common
Middle-school and high school aged students really respond to Shirley Jackson’s gothic style of writing. This teaching packet contains everything you’ll need to focus on Shirley Jackson’s classic story, The Lottery. In addition to this, you’ll receive printables to use in comparing The Lottery to
These easy print and cut designs are intended to be used with the Heidi Swapp Lightbox. This lightbox is a fun and creative way to display announcements, inspirational quotes/sayings, and reminders in your classroom. This lightbox can be found in most craft stores or online. Head on over to her we
Easily compare and contrast the location and electron configuration of the first twenty elements with this handy graphic organizer. Great transition to patterns in the periodic table (periods and groups).*UPDATED* now includes Bohr model posters (8 ½ x 11 inches) for the first twenty elements. Cre
Persuasive Writing: Ethos, pathos, logos handouts. Persuasive writing is easier when you break it down by technique. Use these three handouts to introduce the persuasive writing techniques of ethos, pathos, and logos. Give them to your students as a reference and learning aid, or use as a transparen
This is a PDF* with a set of twenty (plus three bonus prompts, so 23 total) creative writing prompts about history and social studies that are aligned to Common Core Writing Anchor Standards 1, 2, and 3 (the descriptions of these standards are below, and they are also on the individual prompts: look
This is a PDF* with a set of twenty creative writing prompts that are aligned to Common Core Writing Anchor Standard 3. These are visual prompts and are meant to be used for practice on Common Core Writing Anchor Standard 3 ("Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using
Homophones! In this worksheet, students will go through sixteen sentences with two or more homophones in each. This is a good introduction to homophones. Some of them, especially the sentences with three homophones, can be tricky. However, the directions are easy enough that you could use it with a
An interactive chart to assist students with understanding how the place value chart works, how to write numbers in various forms, and understand powers of 10.
This is a graphic organizer that can be used when teaching absolute value inequalities. My students love to have information organized this way rather than having to take traditional notes in class. They are much more likely to reference a graphic organizer than pages of notes they took during a lec
Photosynthesis Unit PowerPoint: This is an enticing and interactive PowerPoint that goes over the fundamental process of Photosynthesis. There is over 40 slides which is visual and based on guided notes. There is also an available note packet for this unit. Students love these PowerPoints as the
Do you need to teach your students tone and mood? If so, you know how easy it is for students to confuse the two. This packet includes overhead transparencies for you to use...made cute and simple. Additionally, you'll have a host of worksheets in which students identify the tone and mood of give
13 page file with connotation activities. Document includes: 1. Connotation definition and example with practice using car names (2 pages) 2. Loaded words practice handouts (2 pages) 3. Choosing appropriate word connotation practice handout and teacher key (2 pages) 4. Finding loaded words in a
Poetry Boot Camp is a fun way to go over some of the basic terms you use during a Poetry Unit. It is a basic note taking session, but the teacher acts as the drill master in order to make it fun and not just a copying session. I wrote basic instructions and included the student and teacher copy (whi
Use these writing frames to scaffold your newcomer ESL students when they are writing. Each frame features a paragraph on one specific topic. Students can fill in the blanks and then recopy the entire paragraph on their own paper. Students learn paragraph format, transition words, conclusions, an
This REFORMATTED Declaration of Independence does not leave out a single word, but it breaks the text into shorter paragraphs and uses bullet-points. Much, much easier to read. (Still has "Printed by John Dunlap" at the end.)
Elaboration Mini-Lesson - Use these slides in an elaboration mini-lesson to show students the difference between a story that lists events and a really good story that goes into details and has elaboration. I’ve found that sometimes students need an example of what it looks like to fix something tha
Need to put a graph on a handout or quiz/test? Copy and paste this image into any document. Here are a few other useful classroom items for the beginning of the school year: Jeopardy Quiz Review PowerPoint Template Lesson First Day of School and Science Open House PowerPoint Presentation Le
Do you fill buckets with your students? It is a great way to promote kindness and positive behavior. These light box display slides will encourage bucket filling in your classroom! **Compatible with the Heidi Swapp Lightbox from American Crafts.** Includes: Directions for printing and preparin

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