This is a simple Lab Activity Worksheet for your students. The Skittles Lab Activity is a very easy but impactful experiment to do in your classroom. I find that students are always engaged, and there's a nice treat at the end. It's a great
This is a nice and simple title page that you can include in your students' Genius Hour workbook/notebook/folder to help them stay organized.
What is Genius Hour?
Some teachers like to use Genius Hour as a motivator to give students the
This is a wonderful resource for teachers who use Interactive Notebooks in their classrooms. There are two pages within this document - Action Verbs and Being Verbs. Students can cut these shapes out and fold them to become envelopes to sort
This has been the best classroom behaviour management tool I've been able to implement into my classroom. You can simply use a paper clip and a pen as the spinning device to help randomly generate a reward incentive/consequence. You have a couple
A simple page that lists 4 key attributes of the Anti-Bullying Pledge.
As a classroom behaviour management device, the clear, simple statements make it really easy to reference back to. I will often ask the student under question to read the 1st
This is a nice graphic place holder for your student work display board. Print a couple of these off to designate space for upcoming "superstar" work. I find students really enjoy seeing these place holders as a motivator before their own
This is a simple and cheap rewards incentive for students in your classroom. Often times, there are opportunities to play light, background music when students have small group activities or independent work time. Instead of feeling the need to
This is a simple worksheet for students to complete as a homework activity, in-class exercise or early-finisher work. I find that students really enjoy hearing their creations as soon as they compose their first piece. For beginners, their pieces
This is a fantastic music class activity for beginner students learning note naming and identification. What's better than a combination of snacking and a hands-on, application activity? After some basic note naming exercises, the students really