This is a great pre-reading activity to introduce your students to the topic of tolerance, prejudices and stereotyping. It also teaches your students the role of a bystander and how important it is to be an active bystander.☆How would you like 5 English Language Arts & Classroom Resources for A
Save money on the entire Early Colonies Collection of 5 items:1. Plymouth SketchNotesNeed a short, fun, and memorable lesson on the Plymouth Colony that could take less then 15 minutes? Use the link at the top of the notes to watch "Story Time" with Mr. Beats. Stop the video and have students take
Breaking Stalin's Nose, by Eugene Yelchin, is a fantastic resource for ELAR and social studies content. It is a quick read and works really well for a whole group study.
The resources included in this study guide focus on comprehension and writing skills. Social studies content is explored in t
Bohemian Rhapsody follows the story of Freddie Mercury and the creation of Queen. The story tells their rise to fame and the struggles faced when Freddie left the band for a solo career. The movie centers around their legendary performance at the 1985 Live Aid concert. It also takes a glimpse int
This simple and clear guided notes template can serves as a great way to organize information as it relates to the various cultures present in Louisiana. Broken into three categories of Cajun, Creole and Native Americans, this graphic organizer looks into elements of food, music, story-telling, and