How To Study for Middle School Students

Grade Levels
4th - 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool
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Students need to study, that's for sure! But many times, students really aren't sure how to accomplish this.

Allow me to tell you a little story.

I was in 4th grade and we were studying the Iroquois in class. We had a big test. I thought studying meant to look at my notes. I looked at them - I really did. And then I scored a 42% and hid my test. My parents found out (of course) and then my Dad sat me down and taught me what I will teach your students in this video: I call it "Hide and Peek". I used this method to graduate both high school and college - even graduate school!

Watch as my own 8th grader takes you and your students through the process of using Hide and Peek to study with accompanying Pixanotes!


If you're interested in what "Randy" was studying, it's my Informative Essay Pixanotes that come with and without video!

Informative Essay Video Lesson for Conclusions

Informative Essay Conclusion Pixanotes (Without the Video)

Informative Essay Pixanotes for the Full Essay (Without any Video Lessons)

Informative Essay VIDEO UNIT with Pixanotes for the Full Essay


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Blog: Mrs. Spangler in the Middle

©Mrs. Spangler in the Middle (Elizabeth [Lisa] Spangler)

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