This worksheet accompanies a 42-minute movie found on Teacher Tube. The film encompasses a variety of math topics and is perfect for any laid-back math days (before a break or at the end of the year, for instance) and even better for those last
This Powerpoint is a wonderful way to introduce students to the wonderful world of plant classification. It covers the sometimes difficult vocabulary of plants: vascular and nonvascular, gymno- and angiosperms, mono- and dicotyledon, plus many
This PowerPoint is wonderful introduction to floods. I have used it in my 7th grade special education class, but it would be great for upper elementary students as well. The 12-page presentation covers information on types of floods, the causes of
This quick 7-slide PowerPoint with guided notes, explains the "Characteristics of Living Things." The six main characteristics are presented in this simple slide show, with minimal note taking, perfect for my special education class.
Any good teacher knows that procedures must be taught and reinforced, right from the first day of school, to help your classroom run smoothly. This document provides a way to teach procedures that holds students accountable. They take notes on
This cell organelle book contains a cut-and-paste activity. Students cut the definition/job from a paper and glue it into the book on the appropriate page. They then can use a book or website to look up images of the organelles and draw what they