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Women's History Month Bookmark preview:
Includes 9 double sided bookmarks, with space for students to record notes about influential women as they learn about the women.
-Joan of Arc
Sometimes the best classroom discussions arise when students say nothing at all!
This product features a thoughtful and engaging activity for use during your study of Margaret Atwood's chilling dystopian novel, The Handmaid's Tale. Centering around 5 different provocative passages from the book, th
Anne Frank Collaboration Portrait Posters. These art activities are intended to complement/supplement any Anne Frank lesson, Women’s History Month or World War II studies. This is the perfect project to do with your students if you are studying The Diary of Anne Frank as they make a great companion
Wondering what author to study next? Need some ideas for a research project? Celebrating Women's History Month?
Download this FREE list of 50 of the most famous women authors in history!
This list is arranged chronologically, spans ancient history to modern time, and includes brief biographical
This viewing guide for the PBS documentary Irena Sendler: In the Name of Their Mothers is a perfect supplement to your World War II, Holocaust, or Anne Frank unit. Irena's story would also be an interesting study for Women's History Month. Students are fascinated by the inspiring story of a young P
This product contains 15 Common Core aligned essay prompts for Margaret Atwood's chilling dystopian novel, The Handmaid's Tale. Prompts are all perfect for a 5 paragraph essay, discussion questions, or a short open response for a test (I have used them all three ways).
Here is an example of a prom
Rosa Parks Research Guides includes Mini-Book, Lapbook, Banner, Writing Paper, & Interactive Journal Resources that will provide materials students use while researching. Students will collect information on Rosa Parks and either record their research in their mini-books, Social Studies Interac
J.K. Rowling, Her Life and Times is designed as a multi-purpose informational reading and writing unit for upper elementary students. This resource is a good supplement to use as an introduction to or while teaching one of Rowling’s novels, but can also be used as a nonfiction reading resource.
After reading Helen Keller's autobiography, The Story of My Life, I like to show my students The Miracle Worker movie that focuses on many of the story's elements but from the perspective of Helen's tutor, Annie Sullivan.
Although it was released in 1962, the stellar performance of Patty Duke cont
I created these Common Core (CCSS) aligned discussion and constructed response questions for the wonderful novel, "Riding Freedom". If you and your students love "Esperanza Rising", I highly recommend "Riding Freedom". Although the book is a work of fiction, it is based on the true story of Charlott
I created this novel study to help my students engage with the wonderful novel, Riding Freedom, by Pam Muñoz Ryan. This packet can be used for independent work and/or small group work and includes character study, vocabulary, conflict analysis, figurative language, theme, and more. The study is alig
For those teachers who truly want to offer student's choices in the classroom, this unit is for you. Let's start with the reading portion! Included in this resource you will find full (editable) study units for I am Malala, Escape from Aleppo, Notorious RBG, and The Hate U Give. Allow your students