This week’s offerings include a Socratic seminar, facts vs. opinions, and a challenging St. Patrick’s Day two-step inequalities math puzzle. We hope you’ll check out these and more terrific resources created by teachers like yourself, and then follow your favorites to be alerted to their newest offerings! 

Science Doodle Notes Growing Bundle! by The Morehouse Magic
Science Doodle Notes Growing Bundle! by The Morehouse Magic

 

“Doodle Notes aid in student concept retention, focus, creativity, and engagement. With this bundle, you receive 30+ doodle notes covering a broad spectrum of science topics. You’ll receive all future doodle notes, too!”

Two-Step Inequalities Math Puzzle - St. Patrick's Day! by The Morehouse Magic
Two-Step Inequalities Math Puzzle – St. Patrick’s Day! by The Morehouse Magic

 

“Solving inequalities is a challenging concept for many middle school students. This St. Patrick’s Day math puzzle is an engaging and rigorous activity that is sure to be a hit with your class!” It’s Free!

Socratic Seminar and Activities: Poetry Analysis of “If” by Rudyard Kipling by Reflective Thinker
Socratic Seminar and Activities: Poetry Analysis of “If” by Rudyard Kipling by Reflective Thinker

“Socratic seminar is a fun and engaging way to infuse 21st century skills and higher order thinking skills into learning. This poetry analysis seminar of the poem “If” by Rudyard Kipling is appropriate for spring, the end of the school year, and graduation time to facilitate meaningful discussions concerning endings and new beginnings.” 

Teaching Students Facts vs. Opinions by Adrienne Boone
Teaching Students Facts vs. Opinions by Adrienne Boone

 

“This resource teaches students to differentiate between fact and opinion and helps lead into opinion writing.” It’s Free!