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Use “Bobblehead Biographies” to tackle informational writing in your classroom AND (more importantly) make history come alive for your students! The “Bobblehead Biography Project” will immediately capture the attention of your kiddos (plus anyone else walking by) while promoting important skills l
Send out the gift of gratitude and kindness in your leadership, student council, social studies, or ELA class with this thank you letter writing project. Start with a school-wide thank you note card flash mob and end with researching a never-met-before hero to offer a letter of appreciation for thei
This is from the desk of a superintendent... These are common interview and application questions with answers that will blow the interview team away. Want to get hire?? Well you'll need these answers! The questions below will include the answers. 1.) Tell us about yourself… 2.) What question shou
Combine your students’ love of animals with inclusive character education in this research project :)Students will research the different types of service dogs and then present their findings. Students will be introduced to the topic through completion of a web quest in which students visit various
Use research skills, informative writing, persuasive writing, technology skills, media messages, project based learning, service learning, plus invaluable life lessons in this charity research and writing activity.Best of all, teach your kids they have the power to MAKE A DIFFERENCE! This project em
*This packet was revised on 10/13/2014. It now includes a guide for the film Now You See Me. I have also included more answer keys. This is the perfect packet for you if you are teaching a media or script to screen style elective. Viewing in the classroom has become an art-form. You can't just show
This assignment is called the Poor Man's Budget. This assignment forces students to work 40 hours a week at minimum wage. They must calculate their gross pay, taxes, net pay, and all of their expenses. They must choose an actual place to live online, pay transportation, food costs, utilities, etc. T
Find what disability each of the famous people or groups of people listed were afflicted with. The list includes, actors, actresses, athletes, inventors, and many other famous people. It is meant to show the students that disabilities do not have to limit success. I used this for students who wante
Students will research 2 different careers in science. (List provided.) They will fill out a basic graphic organizer for each type of scientist. Then they will complete a Venn- diagram to compare and contrast the two areas of science. Finially students will write two paragraphs. A comparing par
This lesson is an exploration of career pathways. It is intended to spark conversation in the middle level to setting learning goals to achieve future goals. Many times students need to see the steps to get to their future to support the engagement in the current learning. This lesson is great for s
This download contains 1) The full text of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "Letter from Birmingham Jail" in a clean/copyable format, ten pages, 2) A four-page student reading comprehension master, with questions crafted to draw out the cogent points in this essay, and 3) a four-page answer key with point
The “Qualities of a Hero” project focuses on recognizing important values in everyday life and individuals. It also allows students to creatively utilize technology to express their ideas. Students start the project with a whole class discussion on heroism, which can include video presentations (s
Zap 19 is a project I developed for middle school students to get them to think about their future. The project requires students to do research and ask questions of their parents in 3 areas: Economics/Career decisions, Academic Decisions, and Personal Decisions. It became the "talked about" proje
This engaging Steph Curry printable biography mini-book will get your students thinking not only about stats and scores, but about what it really takes to be successful and achieve one's goals. Easy to use, it's the perfect tool to encourage a wide range of thinking and creativity among students.
This lapbook is a fun, interactive way for students to learn about Mary Musgrove and Tomochichi (Georgia standard SS2H1), but the unit can be used to teach many other standards such as character trait instruction and development while providing much needed fine motor practice. It includes the follow
This lapbook focuses on James Oglethorpe and his contributions to the founding of Georgia. Do your students need to strengthen their fine motor skills? Does your system require you to teach character traits to students? If you answered yes to any of those questions, this unit is for you! This lap
This resource includes a list of all the Executive Functioning skills, definitions of EX, individual pages of each skills as well as pages about how you can help your students with time management, organization, impulse control and flexibility.
In this lesson, students identify leadership traits by researching leaders throughout history. They are provided with links to resources to help them research three individuals of their choice from three different time periods in history. Lists of leaders from each time period are provided to help
In this bundle, you will get four of my top-selling resources to help influence little minds to think more restoratively and create self-regulation skills in your classroom. This emotional booster pack includes:Calm Down Corner - a NO PREP calm down corner to help monitor self-regulation and give y
Are you a PBIS school? Are you looking for a way to collect data? Track student behaviors that cause a minor disruption in your school by using this original Office Discipline Referral Incident Report form. Just starting with PBIS? This form is easy to use, teacher friendly, and helps you start a so
This is a 3 page packet with a bookmark included that guides students through discovering the Habit of Mind: striving for accuracy and precision. There are activities provided for students to learn the vocabulary and apply it to literature, research and writing.
In all aspects of school, students must be willing and able to accept feedback. Feedback about performance is endemic to all classes and subjects, but it is not necessarily the case that all students understand the importance of their willingness to accept and integrate feedback. This lesson striv
Malala: what a joy, what an inspiration for us all, what a courageous young woman, and what a wonderful role model for all of our students. This fits perfectly after seeing the film, He Named Me Malala, but included is a link to the the trailer and please check out my Malala: Building Background a
One of the most critical elements of student achievement is student mindsets. Students with a growth mindset--that is, students who see challenges as opportunities and willingly learn from mistakes--seem better prepared to achieve than those with a fixed mindset. Encouraging the proper mindset can

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