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This product is a great way to begin class and build student rapport. There is very little prep required. Simply, print, cut, laminate (or not), put together with a brad, and go. I truly feel this activity wheel will enhance your experience in the classroom with your students.
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Each student mingles with a bingo grid and must find different classmates that can reply yes to each of the 16 boxes. The grids contain questions such as, "As-tu mangé des œufs ce matin?" Examples of other verbs used are regarder, parler, lire, sortir, écouter, arriver, and boire. When a student
Parents often report that they have no idea what their children do all day in school, especially if their child is non-verbal. This Report has been created to help bridge the gap between homes and schools. Encourage parents to review the Report with their child. The child can point to the pictures t
Use this chart to talk about what your student did today.
Basic places in your town and daily activities."What did you do today?" with Snoopy.
This is my plan with related materials for my bulletin board for Earth Day. I will display the posters included in this package outside my bulletin board and have my students add dots for each thing they did to help the planet "today". Hopefully, the posters can encourage more actions towards protec
This poem can be used as the cover page of a Back To School Night folder. Edit this to fit your classroom, then include your classroom information inside the folder!
This printable is a worksheet for students to reflect on their day and keep them accountable for their own learning. Parents will have easy access to what their kids are learning. Students will always have an answer for the question "What did you do at school today?" This printable is formatted so t
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What happened today in history? Need a Free Resource for Distance Learning?This Day In History: APRIL, May, June is designed for success in all grade levels for taking attendance and making it fun and easy! Use this product for Do Now's or Closing's Activities for your Social Studies/ History, or ev
What happened today in history? Need a Free Resource for Distance Learning?This Day In History: APRIL, May, June is designed for success in all grade levels for taking attendance and making it fun and easy! Use this product for Do Now's or Closing's Activities for your Social Studies/ History, or e
Students are checking each other homeworks. It takes only 1 minute. I don't have to go around and stamp. I collect homework only once a week. This is how it is being done: In the beginning of class they check if the homework of other person is completed in a group of three or four clockwise directio
Tired of spending valuable time reminding students what to do next for the ump-teenth time? :) Want a simple way to make your teaching more efficient and effective? You need these visual direction cards! Tons of options are included (as well as an editable version so you can make your own!) to mak
80 Mini worksheets covering Writing, Spelling, Math, and Grammar/Phonics for students to complete when finished early with their work to earn tickets/rewards. Writing 1. Write about a time you helped someone. How did you help them? How did it make you feel? 2. Everyone has a favorite food. What is
Autism Visual Aids Schedules, also known as Picture Communication Symbols.This system has several phases spanning from pointing at symbols on a communication board, exchanging large cards with symbols or real photo's for the item, and using smaller hook and loop fastener routines and schedules.Visua
Don’t ask your students to write about what they did all summer to learn about their writing skills!Instead, offer them a chance to weigh in on the events they are experiencing today. Let them consider how the COVID-19 pandemic, quarantines, Black Lives Matter, social justice issues, politics, and s
U.S. Aim # 90 What problems did urbanization bring? Objectives – Students will be able to  Cite information from an informational text to support a conclusion or argument.  Define words they do not know using context clues.  Identify and describe what problems urbanization brought. Do Now – 3 Mi
Global Aim # 97 What did Independence in Africa mean? Objectives – Students will be able to  Cite information from an informational text to support a conclusion or argument.  Define words they do not know using context clues.  Identify and describe how and why independence has its ups and downs.
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I don't know about you, but I find that I will contact a parent for undesired behavior, but what about those kiddos who always make good choices? Or those kiddos who do something above and beyond to be kind or to be helpful? I am going to try to be more diligent about positive notes home. These are
The most famous question parents usually ask kids each day when they get home is..."What did you learn at school today?" Most of the time, the children say "Nothing." As a teacher, I know this is not true at all! Kids learn new things each and everyday and parents love to hear about those things. So
★★★★★ Change the course of a teens' life!! This resource has 140+ true story articles on relevant teen issues. Teens LOVE true stories about real people; whether inspirational or tragic, and they can learn powerful lessons about dangerous decisions before making similar mistakes themselves!I've se
What Will I Be When I Grow Up? Preparing Students Preparing students for their future careers can be a challenge since we now know that many of the students today will be working in careers that aren’t even invented yet. I don’t consider myself all that old but still, any career that includes the I
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October is fire safety month. I go all out making sure that my kiddos know what to do in case of a fire. Our local fire department comes with their truck, dressed in full gear to show and explain things to our students, while a neighboring school goes on a field trip to a fire station close by. Afte
Here is a brightly colored poster to house your 3x3 inch sticky note exit slips for a quick assessment of any topic. All you need to do is print this poster on 18 by 24 inch poster paper and laminate it. I did this at my local office supply store using a coupon and it was very reasonably priced. **C
Louisiana: Did You Know...? Price: 41 pages X .10 = $4.10 This activity includes 50 Louisiana task cards that may be used at a Social Studies Center, as an independent study , or whole group unit. Along with the task cards are a graphic organizer, answer sheets, a completed task card chart, and de

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