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These 12 worksheets go with the best-selling book First Day Jitters by Julie Danneberg! Use these activities on the first day of school, or all week long as a book study unit during reading. These back to school printables can also be assigned for homework or placed in your literacy centers for ELA
This is a set of “tools” I created to help your social studies instruction. They are simple and basic, but when it comes to teaching about timelines or intermediate directions, a teacher just wants to whip out something tangible to help with these kinds of concepts! There are 8 tools included in thi
CAREER STUDY - STAGE #1 - 2nd Ed. Careers & Job Hunting Skills Tool Kit is the first item in this "CAREER KIT" that you can implement with your students prior to having them create their student career portfolios for college and employment purposes. Students explore different careers of intere
Grades:
7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
For students who struggle to manage their academic workload- whether it’s turning in completed homework, working through feelings of overwhelm that lead to homework avoidance, losing important materials, or failing to use a planner- they likely have challenges with executive function.The Executive F
Now updated with fillable text boxes. A terrific independent activity while students are logging in to ZOOM, Meets, etc. Follow with an engaging discussion or move on...Critical Thinking Openers helps 7th-12th grade students learn metacognitive (thinking about thinking) strategies and problem-solvin
This huge pack of twenty substantial teaching resources is focused on metacognition and self-regulated learning. The resources are designed with students aged 11-16 in mind and are suitable for teachers of all school subjects.View a full video-preview of this resource on YouTube by clicking here. (h
Organization is a critical skill to master. For students who struggle to manage their academic workload, keep track of due dates and materials, locate materials, or maintain a functional system this toolkit will help them work through these challenges. The Organizational Skills Resource Toolkit incl
Cognitive flexibility enables us to successfully transition between activities, approach problems from multiple perspectives, consider alternative solutions, shift gears when moving from one topic or concept or to another, and see things from multiple perspectives.This skill is a huge asset in the c
Use these worksheets as a weekly review for the current unit of study. Can be used as a warm-up or exit ticket. Map Skills Monday -- Students work on geography skills Historian's Toolkit Tuesday -- students identify context and major events Word Wednesday -- Work on vocabulary review Think like a h
This pack includes tips and tools for helping your readers self-monitor and correct reading using three questioning strategies: Does it sound right? Does it look right? Does it make sense?Inside you will find posters to use as anchor charts during teaching/modeling, recording sheets for your student
Includes: Perimeter and Area Multiplication Chart Properties of Quadrilaterals Place Value Chart Place Value Number Models Customary Conversions Metric Conversions Types of Lines Types of Angles Equivalent Fractions
This is the ultimate starter IEP kit for any new special education teacher. Included in the file:Beginning Of Year:- Table Spread & Insider Tips for Successful IEP Meetings- IEP Meeting ChecklistPre-Meeting:- Goal Bank (also sold separately here!)- Sample Emails- Student Led IEP Workbook (also s
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
For students who struggle to manage their time effectively, prioritize their workload, plan for projects or long term tasks, or get things turned in by the due dates this toolkit will help them work through these challenges.The Time Management Skills Resource Toolkit includes an extensive collectio
Is your school starting an Advisory program or class? Or are you looking for ways to improve an existing program? This tool kit is for you. With lessons, activities, student handouts, and ideas for topics to incorporate, you will have all you need to get your program/class off the ground.Advisory
Print these multiplication tables for students to refer to during math block and/or to use as a study guide as they learn their multiplication facts. Six designs come with this download. Multiplication times tables 1 to 12 are included on this 1-page sheet, with facts in each table starting at 0 a
Working memory is a critical skill to master. It allows us to hold on to new information long enough for us to use it. It's like a temporary mental sticky note in the brain. It relies on focus and concentration.The Working Memory Skills Resource Toolkit includes an extensive collection of resources
For students who struggle to keep track of their own actions and performance, manage and monitor their academic workload, and utilize feedback this toolkit will help them work through these challenges.The Self Monitoring Skills Resource Toolkit includes an extensive collection of resources and learn
Writer’s Toolkit for Kindergarten, to help kids write and assess their own work. ABC Chart, Personal Word Wall, Next Steps Checklist for a writer's notebook or folder. BONUS: ABC Song and Writing Rubric in a Song MP3s to liven up your lessons with an educational song and dance break! > Printabl
Employability skills (soft skills) are essential for success as students move from life skills or transition class in high school to a workplace or further study. Your high school and young adult students will love reflecting on the employability skills they built during remote learning and discover
Unit 2 Lesson 5: Stress Toolkit Part 2In this instructional video lesson, student learn that when one thing doesn't work, they should always try another! While most videos in this series can stand alone, this video is best followed by Unit 2 Lesson 1: Stress Toolkit Part 1 and adds three more stres
Unit 2 Lesson 4: Stress Toolkit Part 1Students can handle stress better when they are prepared in advance. This instructional video lesson helps students identify some proactive and practical strategies they can use the next time they are stressed. Stress management techniques such as positive self
This metacognition teaching resource serves two primary functions: To teach students how to use the metacognitive cycle (planning, monitoring, evaluating and regulating) in relation to essay-writing: developing essay-writing skillsTo use essay-writing tasks as a way to encourage metacognitive reflec
Students physically create a "toolbox" and "tools" (both made of colored file folders and/or cardstock and basic classroom supplies) and practice using 5 conflict-resolution tools in multiple scenarios. When the project is done, students have a physical product to keep in the classroom or at home, s
When students are working from home, it's important to design a space that encourages learning and gets them excited and motivated for school during an overwhelming time. I've created a Student Learning Workspace Toolkit that can be placed on a Tri-Fold board or foam board to keep students organized

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