I "Mustache" you a Question! Have you ever played "Stump the Class" with your students? How about playing it this year, but with a bit more style... mustache style. This free download includes... Question Frames Mustaches I "Mustache" you a
We all have stories to tell, but sometimes students have a hard to getting those stories started. Visual writing prompts provide students with a visual inspiration to start a story. Students can select a picture that “calls” them to begin
Here is a fun activity that taps into your students' creative side. Have you seen all the cute subway art on Pinterest? This activity has students create a collage using Web 2.0 tools or hand drawing to demonstrate their learning of a particular
This fun writing activity will have your students excited about writing about the adventures of a chocolate bunny that comes to life. Students will use sequencing words to help describe the adventure! This product includes... a graphic organizer
Great back to school activity The perfect writing activity for open house night! Here is a fun activity that challenges students to think beyond the obvious. Inspired by the Good Morning America show, "Your 3 Words," students write 3 words
Start the school year off with cooperative learning. Using cooperative learning to engage students. Clearly defined roles, establishing team norms and a score sheet all help promote cooperative groups. It is also is a great way to keep
Stop, Drop and Observe is a great lesson that gets you outside the classroom walls. The science lesson is about making observations by drawing and writing about what you see around your campus. Take your students on a walk around the campus keeping
This is a creative flip book on scientific method vocabulary. This 5 page booklet contains directions, a template for the flip book and cut and paste definitions. Have students work independently, in pairs or collaboratively to determine the
Begin the school year talking about science safety and the tools scientists use during investigations. Then have students write a RAFT. A RAFT is a creative approach that offers students a way to demonstrate a deeper understanding of a concept.
Introduce student to persuasive writing through public service announcements. Students work to identify a topic or issue that they feel passionate about and produce a Public Service Announcement for the topic. In this PSA lesson, students select
Students will have fun reviewing and practicing their figurative language skills. Included... ~Cut and paste figurative language flip book (definitions) ~The Power of Figurative Language worksheet (determine the different types of figurative
A Pocketful of Abbreviations is a great resource to introduce students to commonly used abbreviations. This packet includes... *Sort heading cards *24 abbreviation cards with corresponding word *Recording sheet *2 game ideas *Answer key
This super fun figurative language packet is filled with tons of engaging activities for your students. It includes... 5 Figurative language posters simile, metaphor, personification, alliteration and onomatopoeia Mini posters for adding to
Students will have fun creating headline news using their spelling list. This a activity can be used with content vocabulary to reinforce the meaning of each word.