This infographic syllabus will introduce your students to your course rules and expectations in a fun, visual way. The layout makes each section easier to read and the information easier to navigate. Perfect for ESL or lower-level students who might
The emoji challenge is a simple social-emotional formative assessment that borrows inspiration from modern technology to encourage students to reflect on and communicate their feelings in a low-stakes setting, allowing teachers to quickly assess and
Keep track of student homework with this easy-to-use and visual homework log worksheet. Comes with a key to make recording student homework easier than ever!
The worksheet is editable so you can add/delete according to your classroom needs and
Keep track of books being signed out in your classroom with this visual Class Library Sign-Out Sheet! This sheet will not only help you manage your books, but it will keep a record of which students are reading independently, which books and genres
As they read about the Community Ceremony in Chapter 6 of Lowis Lowry's The Giver, students will complete this pyramid graphic organizer, recording brief descriptions and drawing visuals of the gifts each age group in the community to aid reading
Looking for an first-day-of-school icebreaker? This Would You Rather Icebreaker game will help you get to know your students and build your class community. Students use color-coded paddle boards to answer Would-You-Rather statements, giving all
A two-page syllabus for American Literature that is structured and styled like the Constitution of the United States. This visual syllabus aligns with the course content in order to reinforce the American history focus of the course and serve as a