This week’s resource round-up is packed with interactive writing resources, grammar resources, and science activities. You’ll find Heritage Research Projects, Digital Study Guides, Vocabulary and Grammar Units for Speech Therapy, and so much more! We’ve included many resources to keep your students thinking critically while engaging them kinesthetically. There are many resources to choose from and half of the resources are FREE!


Novel Study Choice Grid - Engaging Projects for Any Novel!
Novel Study Choice Grid – Engaging Projects for Any Novel! by msarwyn

It’s FREE!

“This one page printable gives students 12 different options to respond to literature. Students can choose one (or more) after independent novel study, literature circles, or a whole class novel.”

Heritage Project - Research Your Ancestry!
“Heritage Project – Research Your Ancestry!” by msarwyn

“This printable project guides students through researching their heritage. This is a relevant and personal way to use project-based learning in your classroom.”

Recommendation Request for Students
Recommendation Request for Students by Teacher in the Rye

It’s FREE!

“As a high school teacher, I am always getting asked to write letters of recommendation. This form provides the teacher with essential information with which to write letters, which saves the teacher time.”

How to Write a Narrative Paragraph Student Planner {CCSS}
“How to Write a Narrative Paragraph Student Planner {CCSS}” by Teacher in the Rye

“Middle school students especially need a solid foundation in writing before entering HS, and this planner makes it easy to teach a well-structured paragraph in a style that students love: narrative. It is easy to use, and very clearly outlined for students to understand the process.”

Digital Romeo and Juliet Prologue Interactive Notebook
“Digital Romeo and Juliet Prologue Interactive Notebook” by Let’s Get Literature

It’s FREE!

“This resource provides an engaging way to introduce students to the prologue of Romeo and Juliet. The electronic interactive notebook asks students to answer recall, critical thinking, and creative questions.”

Peer Editing Bingo
Peer Editing Bingo by Let’s Get Literature

“This resource encourages students to provide engaging peer feedback without the pressure of finding every error in another student’s paper. Students love competing to see how many different errors they can find, thus improving their own and a peer’s writing.”

Insects Language and Vocabulary Printables for Middle School
Insects Language and Vocabulary Printables for Middle School by Mrs H’s Speech Therapy Room

It’s FREE!

“A resource developed with input from my middle school students! The students love the mature look of this resource along with the word bank option for those who need the help. SLPs love that so many goals can be addressed in a no prep/ ink friendly format that allows for ancillary teaching through themes.” 

HUGE Bundle: Themed Vocabulary and Grammar Units for Speech Therapy and ELL/ESL
“HUGE Bundle: Themed Vocabulary and Grammar Units for Speech Therapy and ELL/ESL” by Mrs H’s Speech Therapy Room

“This resource is an ideal way to structure therapy while addressing up to 10 goals in one session! No prep/ink friendly worksheets guide a therapy session while allowing for a ton of ancillary learning and discussions. My high school kids LOVE these!”

Behavior, Detention, Discipline, School Life Learning Pack Lapbook
Behavior, Detention, Discipline, School Life Learning Pack Lapbook by The LapBook Lady

It’s FREE!

“Creative and useful discipline is never an easy task. This folder helps students choose their own activities to remind them of better behavior options. Teachers put the folder together and hand it to the student needing extra reminders. No fuss, no mess, limited interruption time.”

A Year of Lapbooks: Science 6
A Year of Lapbooks: Science 6 by The LapBook Lady

“Covering the entire curricular objectives for grade 6, this full year set includes five lapbooks covering five different units. Great for test prep and study tools, these lapbooks help students to physically organize information for better recall.”