This week’s round-up includes tons of intellectually stimulating resources that will help your students break down challenging concepts. We’re featuring Algebra 1 EOC Review, Social Emotional Resources, Civic Mock Trials, college readiness bundles, and so much more. Remember: half of the resources are free!


Algebra 1 - Steps to Solving an Equation Graphic Organizer
Algebra 1 – Steps to Solving an Equation Graphic Organizer by Amazing Algebra

It’s FREE!

“This product is a graphic organizer that details the steps to solving an equation. It’s something students can use throughout the year.”

Algebra 1 EOC Review
Algebra 1 EOC Review by Amazing Algebra

“This product is an overall review of the 21 standard groupings for the Algebra 1 EOC. Each page contains a simple review and then EOC-type questions.”

Smarter Balanced Task Card Mini Set
Smarter Balanced Task Card Mini Set by A Creative Classroom

It’s FREE!

“This FREE task card set is a perfect way to practice for reading standardized tests with multiple choice questions.”

SBAC PowerPoint Game Bundle
SBAC PowerPoint Game Bundle by A Creative Classroom

“Help students practice reading skills and have fun at the same time with these four PowerPoint reading review games.”

Hygiene Life Skills Freebie
Hygiene Life Skills Freebie by Lauren DiBiase

It’s FREE!

“Many of our special education students struggle in the area of personal hygiene. This resource provides simple flash cards with clear, realistic clip art to help your students learn about personal hygiene items.”

Emotions and Perspectives for High School Students - No Prep!
“Emotions and Perspectives for High School Students – No Prep!” by Lauren DiBiase

“Students with special needs often struggle to identify their own emotions as well as the emotions of others. This resource provides opportunities for students to take the perspective of another person, identify another person’s emotions, and their antecedent.”

Being a Juror for Government and Civics Classes
Being a Juror for Government and Civics Classes by Room 311

It’s FREE!

“I created this resource as a way to engage government or civics students in learning about what it means to be a juror. This assignment encourages debate and discussion among your students as they take on the role of jurors in well-known cases in history.”

Mock Trials for Government and Civics Classes: The Trial of Snow White
Mock Trials for Government and Civics Classes: The Trial of Snow White by Room 311

“This mock trial is designed to teach the students the importance of performing their civic duty (i.e. jury duty), as well as understanding their rights as stated in the Bill of Rights. This activity works best after a unit on the 4th, 5th, and 6th Amendments.”

Intro to Canada Webquest
Intro to Canada Webquest by Creath’s Class

It’s FREE!

“Are you starting a unit on Canada? Begin with this FREE webquest! It’s a great 1-day intro activity into learning about Canada.”

Amazing Race Project {End of the Year Activity}
Amazing Race Project {End of the Year Activity} by Creath’s Class

“This project is perfect for ending your Middle School Geography or World Cultures class! This project – which can be done in 1-2 week’s time – offers research, creativity and drawing upon information learned throughout the year. This is a wonderful cumulative project.”

Supplementary and Complementary Angles - Seek and Find Activity
Supplementary and Complementary Angles – Seek and Find Activity by Time Flies

It’s FREE!

“This seek-and-find resource provides a fun way to see if students understand complementary and supplementary angles. This one-pager will be quick to print for the teacher and engaging for the students.”

College Readiness Math Bundle For TSI or ACCUPLACER
College Readiness Math Bundle For TSI or ACCUPLACER by Time Flies

“This is a bundle of ‘Are You College Ready?’ math activities. These resources are meant to help students prepare for the TSI or ACCUPLACER but they are great for reviews in any math class.”