Are your students tired of reading material that you assign? My students LOVE the flexibility of this unit and project. It requires them to use higher-level thinking skills and creativity!
This comprehensive product can be used with ANY novel.
Use this To Kill a Mockingbird Activity to help students understand relationships between words AND realize important relationships from the novel. Students will solidify their knowledge of analogies while analyzing elements from the novel.
Use this Figurative Language Pack to review and/or reinforce similes, metaphors, hyperbole, and personification! This pack gives students a chance to create their own examples of figurative language, interpret them, and then draw a picture to
Eleven multiple choice questions for Chapter One of The Hunger Games! These questions help students practice for the different types of questions they will see on standarized testing. Students should complete the first chapter of The Hunger Games
This is a quick, fun, and easy activity to do for Father's Day or for a birthday for a special person.
Simply use the procedures and template provided to make a personal and meaningful Father's Day card!
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Use this Freebie to review and/or reinforce similes! This activity gives students a chance to create their own similes, interpret them, and then draw a picture to represent them.
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This activity is the perfect creative activity for Language Arts. This could be used across ALL grade levels.
My students love activities that are hands-on! I love activities that cover my standards in a creative way. This activity does
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