This free sample resource includes:
A Word Search……..Many of my teaching resources have unique Word Searches like this one that don’t just have students finding isolated words but rather have the students learning/re-learning information since they must find the words in the context of informative sentences; actual learning tools from which the students can learn a lot more information and ideas;
Numbers-To-Words Cryptogram…….Many of my learning packets have cryptograms like this one that also actually teach information not just words since they are in informational contexts. This one is for numbers-to-words;
Letters-To-Words Cryptogram…..The type shown here is also used in many of my resources; such tools also teach meaningfully as the words are inside of sentences that explain information or ideas. Students work but are happy to do so given the fun game format. They love this type of worksheet;
Greek Letters-To-Words Cryptogram….Faster students appreciate this type the most;
Clip Art Of American And Bristish Authors--very handy; it would take you possibly dozens of hours to find all these as truly public domain items on your own, but here they are already found and for free.
How To Practice Common Core State Standards –a very handy list guide these days.
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