12 results

12 results


You Selected:

Sort by






Resource Types

All Resource Types


showing 1-12 of 12 results

This colorful interactive unit helps kids cope with bullies and worries, inspiring empathy towards others. It includes our most popular song! Included in this fabulous resource: Fearless song - studio recording lyric sheet - because your kids will want to sing along! Focus on Literature Connectio
This is a fun alternate to the traditional book report that I use with my students. Upon completing a book, students must create and defend a short (5-song) soundtrack for the book. Students get very creative and excited with this project. They seem to really enjoy how personal they can make it,
This activity asks student to read Genesis 22 (not included, but can easily be found online) and compare to chapters 7 and 8. Students look closely at the relationship between Abraham and Isaac and Okonkwo and Ikemefuna. There is a chart for students to fill out and then a series of questions.
Enjoy this fun, Common Core-aligned To Kill a Mockingbird assessment I use with my students towards the end of the novel. Students select a contemporary song they feel relates in some way to the novel, and draw specific connections from both texts. Students really enjoy the freedom of this project
Hatchet by Gary Paulsen Hatchet Graphic Organizers for Writing is a set of 11 graphic organizers. The first item is a prereading writing activity. The other 10 are based on specific events and characters from the story. Hatchet Teaching Guide, which includes this set of Graphic Organizers and 7
This resource is a Project Based Learning Project Assignment with an accompanying Essay Prompt. This assignment should be assigned following the completion of Harper Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird, and a firm understanding of the Mockingbird symbol. The Mockingbird Appreciation Project allows student
9 activities that provide a meaningful culmination to your unit on The Fourteenth Goldfish! Students can choose from a variety of activities to create their own final project. Use as classwork, homework, literature circles, or even in literacy centers. Activities promote higher order thinking, are
This is a comprehensive and engaging introduction to Beowulf. It includes detailed historical and literary information about Beowulf's origins. It also includes introductory information about the main characters, settings, and themes of Beowulf. Additionally, it provides video clips of Beowulf to
Sheet to map local or national gas prices while reading Empty by Suzanne Weyn
This activity has five multi-part discussion questions for chapters 21-22 of To Kill a Mockingbird. The questions focus on characterization and theme. The activity is designed to be used by small groups or the whole class as the basis of discussion, but the teacher could also have students complete
Although my seventh graders and I enjoyed reading and participating in the NTS ELA7 Module One; Unit One, I felt the final assessment was a little too broad for a seventh grader to organize and answer in the way the state was asking. What I did is I took the essential question from the unit, “How d
By answering these 3 questions, students are examining an author's viewpoint and explaining how it is conveyed in the text. Additionally, students are making connections to their own feelings about the topics or events discussed in the text. This resource makes the perfect exit ticket to a lesson on

showing 1-12 of 12 results

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

More About Us

Keep in Touch!

Sign Up