Rachel Lynette

United States - Washington - Lake Forest Park
Rachel Lynette
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Each of these 60 engaging brains breaks is not only super-fun, but also quick and easy! Everything you need is on the card. Just print, cut, and go. No gluing needed! These 60 brain breaks have been carefully selected and created to meet the
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These 3-D Star Ornaments are a great Christmas craft for older kids or even adults! Students color the stars, cut them out and assemble. These would make terrific Christmas gifts, classroom decorations, or just make them for fun! There are eight
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Here are 30 different positive comment stickers to use on your students' papers. All you have to do is print them on labels and you are set to go! The stickers were made using the Avery 5160 template (label size 1"x2.53") and will work with any of
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Students can color these subject dividers and use them in binders or as binder covers. There are ten unique designs included. There are three options for use: Print out the PDF version which has the subjects already typed into the box. Students
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These five I Heart Coloring boxes would work perfectly for a small gift or as storage for small objects. They are fun to color and easy to put together. So cute! When assembled, each box is about 2.5 inches
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Here are is a fun get to know you game to use with your class at the start of the year. You can play in two ways: either give your students time to mingle and ask each other questions or hand the grid out at the start of the week and give them a few
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Here are is a fun get to know you game to use with your class at the start of the year. You can play in two ways: either give your students time to mingle and ask each other questions or hand the grid out at the start of the week and give them a few
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Use these BOOM! Cards to make your task cards into a fun game that can be played in pairs or small groups. You will need a container of some sort to make the game – an oatmeal container, coffee can, or quart-sized milk carton (with the top cut off)
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Brain Breaks are not only fun, but essential for focus and learning. Your students will love each of these quick and challenging Brain Breaks and enjoy the novelty of rolling a die to select which one to do. Just display them with your document
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Here is my holiday gift to you! I hope your students enjoy coloring these Christmas designs (plus one for Hanukkah). Use them to calm your class, at indoor recess, as rewards for a job well done, or just for fun. So much fun, you might want to color
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I have taught students from grades K-8. As a classroom teacher, I taught mostly highly capable third and fourth graders, often creating curriculum to meet their needs. I have also taught technology and science to multiple grades. I am a published author of more than 120 nonfiction books for children on a variety of topics. I have written for Harcourt, Lucent, and Rosen, among others. I have also written 10 teacher resource books for Evan-Moor including the Critical and Creative Thinking Skills series, a set of 6 books that I developed for the publisher. In addition, many of the task cards from my TpT store were used to create Kagan Publishing’s Quiz, Quiz, Trade series. I am also an advisor for Boom Learning, an open marketplace for teacher-created mobile apps.


One of my most important mentors said that we should give students "Freedom within structure." I took that concept to heart and it has resulted in a motivating, challenging, and highly effective leaning environment. I think kids should love coming to school. That is how I taught when I was in the classroom and that is what I keep in mind when I create teaching resources for TpT. My goal is to create high-quality products that are easy to use and include some element or creative or critical thinking. Many of my products are also aligned to Common Core Standards.


I am an All Time Top Ten Seller on Teachers Pay Teachers and the #1 seller for grades 3-5. In July 2015 I was a keynote speaker at the Teachers Pay Teachers Conference in Las Vegas where I spoke to around 1,400 TpT teacher authors. I have also presented at every conference.


I hold a BA in Developmental Psychology and a K-8 Teaching Certificate from Western Washington University.


Here are some of the other places around the web you can find me:

Minds in Bloom



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