This round-up is filled to the brim with secondary ELA and Social Studies resources to help increase student engagement and literary analysis.
This resource round-up is jam packed with ELA and social studies resources that will help your elementary students develop their literacy in engaging ways.
“Celebrating and highlighting diversity in the classroom builds that emotional bridge for students to feel accepted and included,” says 12-year veteran teacher Tanya. Check out how she makes that happen — during Black History Month and throughout the entire year.
During Black History Month, one of the things that 3rd grade teacher Adrienne Wiggins loves to do is use biography cards to help integrate Black History into her classroom on a daily basis. Check out her other ideas for incorporating the culture, history, and contributions of Black Americans into the classroom.
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