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By the Great Horn Spoon Study Guide
This is a study guide created to accompany the book, By the Great Horn Spoon! by Sid Fleischman. This is a great book that goes right along with California 4th grade Social Studies curriculum. We read this in my class when we study the California Gold Rush. Comprehension questions and vocabulary
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No Hassle Flip Book
This flip book is HASSLE FREE! :) I have been trying to figure out a way to maximize the space used in a flip book while eliminating the hassle of cutting and collating each book. This is so easy that you just type in the content you'd like, print, fold and staple! Can't wait to help save you t
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The Superstar Multiplication
Great handout for back to school night or open house, this little book helps students practice their multiplication facts from 2-12. Just print, photocopy double-sided, and fold! I use fun, bright colors to photocopy and students and their parents LOVE them!
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Antigone Bundle Tests/Quizzes/Scav Hnts/Writing Assign&KEYS
This bundled packet includes the following: 1. Figurative Language Notes & Literary Terms (230 terms) 2. Antigone Paper Criteria Sheet 3. The House of Thebes-Antigone Main Characters 4. Antigone Essay Questions: Topic Sentences Take Home Quiz 5. Antigone Scavenger Hunt + KEY 6. Advent
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Edith Hamilton's Mythology Ch 17 Scavenger Hunt and KEY
This 50 question Scavenger Hunt on Chapter 17 of Edith Hamilton's Mythology covers the first two sections of "The House of Atreus:" "Tantalus and Niobe" and "Agamemnon and His Children." This is a great in-class partner activity or can be used for homework or an open book quiz. A KEY is provided
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Students LOVE the idea of "Frankenstein" until they open the book and 1) see that there are no pictures, and 2) read the first line, which ends with the word "forebodings." That word alone means to students: "This is going to be a hard book." You are a lucky teacher, if you have kids who see the iro
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