This week’s resource round-up includes science writing prompts, interactive notebooks, historical thinking task cards, and so much more. Once you check out these awesome resources, make sure you explore the equally awesome stores from which they came!


Secondary Science Writing Prompts Sampler
Secondary Science Writing Prompts Sampler by Science Rocks

It’s FREE!

“Do your students need help with science literacy? Use these free prompts to get students thinking and writing about scientific concepts!”

ESL ELL Forms for Science
ESL ELL Forms for Science by Science Rocks

“Do you have ESL/ELL students in your classroom and not sure where to start? Try these simple forms to get them building vocabulary and forming sentences in the science classroom!”

Revolutionary War Pinterest Project
Revolutionary War Pinterest Project by Middle School Matters

It’s FREE!

“This is a culminating unit project that utilizes technology and Pinterest to allow students a different outlet to illustrate their comprehension and understanding of the Revolutionary War.”

Interactive Notebook Resources: Ready to Use in the Social Studies Classroom
Interactive Notebook Resources: Ready to Use in the Social Studies Classroom by Middle School Matters

“This resource contains detailed instructions and a rationale behind the use of interactive notebooks, interactive notebook guidelines, and 27 ready-to-use processing page resources that you can use right away in the Social Studies classroom.”

Free - Historical Thinking Task Cards for Social Studies Skill of Purpose
Free – Historical Thinking Task Cards for Social Studies Skill of Purpose by Peacefield History

It’s FREE!

“These are historical thinking task cards designed to help teachers facilitate historical thinking with primary sources. These cards address the historical thinking skill of ‘purpose.'”

Primary Source DBQ Bell Ringers for Social Studies History 1st Half U.S. History
Primary Source DBQ Bell Ringers for Social Studies History 1st Half U.S. History by Peacefield History

“These are digital bell ringers discussing primary sources for the first half of U.S. History. Each slide utilizes a different primary source.”

Preamble to the Constitution - Smart-board matching
Preamble to the Constitution – Smart-board matching by Mr Raymond Social Studies Academy

It’s FREE!

“Many of my resources cater to the visual learner. I like to provide easy to comprehend lessons for somewhat complex concepts.”

13 Colonies: Comparing Regions - New England, Middle, & Southern Colonies
13 Colonies: Comparing Regions – New England, Middle, & Southern Colonies by Mr Raymond Social Studies Academy

“Students of U.S. history are often required to differentiate between the social, economic, and political differences of the different regions of colonial America. This lesson is a fun and easy way for students to identify those differences.”