This resource contains TWO seasonal activities! Use the snowflakes in the winter or the flowers in the spring -- depending on the pace of your course! In both versions, students will practice their knowledge of the properties of sine and cosine graphs. The concepts assessed in this resource are: ampl
When spring is around the corner, my students are always begging to go outside. I always want them to have a specific purpose for what we do in class, so I came up this little project for them to practice their photography and editing skills.
We also have to meet certain fine arts requirements fo
I'm all about "keepsake" stuff when it comes to my students.
As a mom, I was so appreciative of teachers who took the time to make something extra special with my children or for them.
With that in mind, I designed this graduation bookmark.
It's especially cute
Papier Mache is a fun art project that can be made almost for free !
An engaging Spring or end of year art project, holiday gift item
or cross-curricular science lesson ! Students will have a great time making
this easy-to-teach bird sculpture while learning about basic papier mache techniques, as
This activity contains 10 problems that involve finding the volume of solids formed by rotating a space around an axis.
There are also 4 problems that involve finding the volume of solids formed by cross-sections – squares, semi-circles, and equilateral triangles are included.
After students finish
Great way to Spring Forward with practice for the SAT English-Reading and Writing Test.
This 36 question practice test includes the following prompts:
-Choose the word or set of words that, when inserted in the sentence, best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.
-The following sentence con
This product is a new and improved common core aligned lesson plan with a handout for students to learn about the history of Cinco de Mayo. Students complete an activity where they will design a flag or poster using a slogan related to the military victory or a festive display of some of the symbols
This is a fun project that my upper-level Culinary Arts students really enjoy. I think it could be used in other subject areas as well such as Environmental Studies, Gifted, Art and Agriculture.
Students are asked to review supporting materials (find some in my store or use your own examples) and th
It's every teachers favorite time of year!
Springtime always fills us with hope and expectation.
This resource uses lyrical poetry to create those feeling in the classroom!
Included in this activity are the following poems:
---"Spring,the Sweet Spring" by Thomas Nashe,
---"Sonnet 98" by William
Learn how to plan a Europe trip without using a student travel company. If you want the students to save money and have a great learning experience then you might want to consider planning the trip yourself. My name is Peter Miller and I've been planning Europe trips at my school for over 20 years. I
This Biblical Simulation is based on the story of Peter being confronted by a maid during Jesus’ trial as found in Matthew 26:57-58, 69. 'Peter’s Dilemma' is whether to deny or affirm his relationship with Jesus. The simulation is designed to be utilized in either a study setting or in a worship ser
This motivational poster may be just the words your seniors need to read to keep them going until graduation. It can be hard when they get "Senioritis"! This is one more way you can encourage them to give it their all 'til the very end!
This packet will help you get a jump start on your graduation celebration. It includes a banner that says "Congratulations," water bottle labels, cupcake wrappers, and cupcake toppers.
You can use the cupcake toppers as they are or use a scallop punch for a more decorative finish.
The poems in this anthology present a view of women, their sufferings, social standing, and how men have perceived them through the ages. This poetry can help students understand women and the soul of their existence in the many roles they have portrayed in society. The poems also give insight into h
This resource starts with poems and notes about them. They are
“I Wandered Lonely As A Cloud” by William Wordsworth
“The Banks O’ Doon” by Robert Burns
“To A Mouse” by Robert Burns
“To A Louse” by Robert Burns
“ ‘Nature” Is What We See’” by Emily Dickinson
“ A Rose” aka “A Sepal, Petal And A
This resource begins with an anthology. Specifically, it has:
I. How Do I Love Thee? By Elizabeth Barrett Browning
II. A Red, Red Rose. By Robert Burns
III. When You Are Old. By William Butler Yeats
IV. To Celia. By Ben Johnson
V. Shall I Compare Thee To A Summer’s Day. By William Shakespeare
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This is a colored list of all of the 68 teams in the 2016 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament. These can be printed to make a display of the NCAA bracket to track for current events or for building-wide contests. They can also be used to assist students with limited language skills to parti
Model the "Poetry Slam" Spanish project (Gran proyecto de la poesía) to your students! Show my template as a reference or customize per your own personalization; simulate a memorized oral recitation of one poem. Students are motivated and inspired by your 3 writing samples. The class appreciates t
This discussion-led lesson plan for the ESL / EFL / ELA classroom on April Fools' Day is really bad.
This fun lesson plan gets students talking with:
Three warm-ups you can choose from:
1. An easy April
Spring Word Problems - High School
A Math Mixer Activity
Created by The Math Pantry
What better way to celebrate springtime than with a fun math activity that will also reinforce problem solving skills and get your students up, moving around, and engaged with their learning and with each other! It i
This lesson, presented in Powerpoint format so that can be projected to students on a Smartboard, is an excellent activity for a high school English or Creative Writing classroom, especially on the first day of spring (or towards the beginning of it).
The aim of the lesson is to use the topic of spr
An activity for exploring how Easter is celebrated around the world. Presentation includes a link to a video on the history of the Easter holiday from History.com, questions to guide the photo descriptions, and seven photos of Easter celebrations from around the world with a brief description of what