This is an editable Word document that I created (front and back wks for students) that correlates with current (2017) websites and news articles focused on myths related to the solar eclipse. Students/teachers will need to access the websites and
I made this chart so students could record the Facts, Opinions, and Assertions found in various nonfiction text/articles my students are reading. This page would easily work with most articles found in newspapers and online.
English Language Arts, Reading, Informational Text
When a student finishes a book (and in my room, successfully passes AR test) they can paint a rock during free time to be hidden somewhere in the community. We have an active rock-painting/rock hunting community so this activity is one that they are
I created this to use with my NaNoWriMo students during word sprints, word wars, and writing challenges. Each student receives their own package of chocolate coated candies and during the sprint (or other) choices one at a time to vary their
This is a template I made to help my Sunday School kiddos understand Luke 2: 40-52. I printed the template onto sturdy construction paper and then my kiddos glued dried pasta to decorate the temple. We accented the temple with gold