The perfect desk tags for secondary grades!
These desk tags feature 3 tags to a sheet saving paper. I laminate these and put these on my students' desks for easy reference!
They feature accountable talk sentence stems and levels of understanding
These group roles are perfect for the secondary classroom and ANY subject!
There are two ways to use this product. One way is to use the bookmarks. The front states the student's role and the back states the responsibilities as well as a sound
This product will download as a ppt. You will need to download the KG Red Hands font or use your own for the titles. I used Century Gothic as the main text.
You will see two sheets:
Parent Information Sheet that takes the guess work out of when
This is a fun activity to help your students learn to evaluate expressions using M and M's. Students separate m and m's and practice evaluating expressions with specific values - in this case, the number of m and m's the student has in a specific
Use these reward tickets to make scratch offs for your classroom. There are 6 pages of rewards, although 3 of those are 'Sorry, not a winner!' Real World Relevance ;)
I used KG fonts to make my reward tickets, but wanted to keep the rewards
An effective, visual desk tag reference for secondary grades! This product has a number line from -10 to 10, accountable talk, levels of understanding, and a quote to remind students they are loved.
Created to print 2 to a page for paper and ink,
A challenging activity to have your students practice writing and solving expressions! Students will draw or attach a picture of themselves in the center box. The surrounding 8 boxes will be listed with a fact about their life. Students will write
Don't spend a whole weekend grading notebooks!
This rubric prints two to a page to save paper and allows students to paste their rubric inside their composition book. The rubric gives specific items to look for making it easy for you to grade or
Tell your students the day before this activity to bring a roll of toilet paper to class...and laugh when you see their facial expressions in response!
Push everything against the walls.
Give them the sheet and some sort of
Have your student set weekly goals and reflect on their learning!
Students will use this sheet to reflect on their successes and struggles, reflect on their learning for the week, and reflect on how well they followed directions, worked