A graphic organizer I used with a student with who was having difficulties writing non-fiction summaries. Each week, I would allow her to choose news articles she was interested in, and have her fill out one of these worksheets for each
A vocabulary graphic organizer that I used along with reading activities. Other than writing down the definition, students also had to identify the part of speech, state at least one synonym and antonym, as well as write their own sentence.
I got bored one evening, and decided to create this Pi Day poster in honour of the upcoming day (March 14th). I haven't used this with any class/ any students yet, though I hope it will be good enough to be put on display in classrooms.
As a end of year mini art project, students can use this cube template to reflect back on what they enjoyed most about this year and then have them draw pictures (and write short sentences) to represent them.
On one side of the cube ("_____'s
I originally made this for a couple of students I was tutoring who were having difficulties dissecting word problems dealing with fractions. The first page acts as a quick review on simple fractions -- students have to divide the shape up into a