This item is a "Who am I game" for Ohio Inventors and some other vocabulary words, including invent, entertainment, airplane, light bulb. You can use this game as a class review, activity, assessment. I keep the "Who am I' cards and give the
This game can be used to review information about the French and Indian War, along with George Washington and Independence Day. It can be used as the teacher asking the questions and the students hold up the correct response.
This simple lesson plan format works great for a special education classroom. I made it large enough to write out detailed plans for whole group instruction, small group instruction/centers homework and spelling lists. For other subjects you could
This chart is helpful with students who struggle to listen. This is a behavior chart where students can track their own behavior. I uploaded it as a word doc, so it can be edited to match the times you have your students.
This worksheet can be used with a matter. The students complete a project using a straw, plastic baggie, piece of paper, folder and a book. This worksheet reinforces what they learned throughout the assignment.
This game reviews features of a textbook. Each student gets the word cards while the teacher gets the "definitions" cards. The last person standing wins. Feel free to play the game however it fits your classroom!
This sheet is used to give to students when they need something spelled for them. I give each student three a day and that is all they are allowed to ask me to spell. After that they must use the resources in the room to find spellings. Then we glue