Spend more time with your students, and less time sweating the small stuff! Download this list of classroom jobs and their descriptions. This list can be used with the HP Job board (fire places from the Ministry of Magic) to complete your Harry
Page 1 is a planner for students to write down homework assignments.
Page 2 is the Howler, which I like to copy onto red paper, cut into strips, then tape it directly onto the student's assignments chart.
On one hand, it's fun to keep with the
After reading and watching all about the Harry Potter world, who doesn't want to use some Floo Powder to get to work at the Ministry of Magic? Students in your class can do just that! Each fireplace (26 jobs total) has the name of a job in your
Use this Harry Potter themed Daily Prophet form to showcase your "Muggle of the Week"! I like to let my students bring items from home to place beneath the "Muggle Studies" board (which also has our class norms/rules). I am thinking of placing
Use these Harry Potter themed Lunch Count labels, along with some colorful craft sticks, to keep track of which of your 'muggles' are absent, need a school lunch, or brought their own lunch. Directions for use are included in the 2 page product.
This homework will have your students reviewing test taking skills, getting some excercise, and get the whole family involved in a positive experience before the big state test. You may need to change a few words in the document like the words your
This is a variation from the first 'testing homework'. My students had so much fun with the first one, they helped me create this second one for their 2nd day of testing! This homework will have your students reviewing test taking skills, getting
This book was made to accompany any child going to Jefferson City Missouri to visit the Capitol building. It has been a favorite field trip for many years of 4th graders, but unfortunately, has been taken off the list for many schools. I hope