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Who Pushed Humpty Dumpty? A Persuasive Writing TaskThe truth is now out. Humpty Dumpty was pushed off the wall. Yes pushed! Discover for yourselves, through creating the scenarios, suspect profiles, taking notes as a detective and voting for a mock jury, who the culprit was. A perfect addition to an
This Humpty Dumpty crime scene activity pack is a great addition to your Humpty Dumpty - or Nursery Rhyme - themed topic. With this pack you will be able to create the crime scene of Humpty Dumpty for students to investigate and work on, to try to figure out who pushed Humpty Dumpty off the wall.Thi
This year long bundle contains an interactive crime scene for you to complete every month with your students. Your students will love the hands on experience with these crime scenes while working on a range of different skills. I have to tried to theme each of the crime scenes with the most popular/
Readers With Character is a collection of Social & Emotional Learning / Character Education Lessons for the general education classroom teacher.PLEASE NOTE: DIGITAL MENU for DISTANCE LEARNING IS BEING ADDED TO EACH UNIT ! Currently, weeks 1-40 have the digital menu. Weeks 41-42 are also coming
This resource is a free reference for teachers looking to incorporate SEL/Character Education into their school day using mentor texts. If you are considering purchasing all or part of the Readers With Character program, this gives you a quick reference to see what books to prepare. If you are not
Invite your students to become Crime Scene Investigators. Lesson includes: Story, Suspect Cards, Investigator Notebook, and Suspect Interview Sheets. Students take notes as story is read, then break into small groups to investigate the 6 suspects. Cards provide clues, motives, opportunity, and alibi
Prosecuting or Defending Nursery Rhymes As children, we are bombarded with reading and hearing various fairy tales and nursery rhyme stories. We often view these stories to be happy and innocent because the main characters for the most part “live happily ever after”, but what about these main chara
Nursery Rhyme Crimes: Prosecuting or Defending Nursery Rhymes As children, we are bombarded with reading and hearing various fairy tales and nursery rhyme stories. We often view these stories to be happy and innocent because the main characters for the most part “live happily ever after”, but what

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