Challenge your students to think more deeply about the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. In this set of English Language Arts activities, students read a three-page chronology of Dr. King’s life, create a related timeline, explore causes and effects, and interpret some of his most famous quotes.
Queen Elizabeth is 90! Join the June celebrations of her birthday with five super fun engaging student activities.
Create a Wordle for the Queen. Make a list of words to describe Queen Elizabeth and type them into a word cloud. Use different sizes and fonts and repeat the words you want to see
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This Not-So-Scary Zombie mini-unit was developed for a Gifted and Talented classroom, but could also be used in the regular classroom. It is designed for grades 3-5 but could be adapted for other grades as well. Every activity is common core aligne
Bust out a bag of Skittles and get ready for your students to have an interesting first day in your class!
This resource contains fifteen task cards that students choose at random (according to what color Skittle they grab from a handful first), as well as a Skittle-themed checklist of thoughtful r
SAVVY by Ingrid Law is a one-of-a-kind-fantasy about a family discovering and using their wildly unique talents. What gift or talent would YOU wish for?
Growing up is never easy. It is especially never easy-easy when you are a Beaumont who starts the process on your thirteenth birthday. Add to tha
Langston Hughes Dreams
Langston Hughes poem DREAMS seems like a simple poem, yet it teaches wonderful lessons. Your students will relate to this poem as they discuss its meaning and connect their dreams and goals to the poem. Included are activities that motivate students to "follow their dreams" a