If you care deeply about student leadership, incorporating more technology in the classroom, and increasing engagement, this resource round-up is for you! You’ll find digital math games, historical reader’s theatre, and so much more. Don’t miss this terrific set of resources — half of them are FREE!


Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening: Write Your Own Poem (Robert Frost)
Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening: Write Your Own Poem (Robert Frost) by msdickson

It’s FREE!

“This project engages students in studying literary devices, then imitating them in their own poem, based on Robert Frost’s ‘Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening.’ Complete with rubric.”

Movie vs Book Comparison Activity (Fully Editable)
Movie vs Book Comparison Activity (Fully Editable) by msdickson

“Engage students in higher-level thinking with any movie vs. book pair. Also works with partial movies, plays, and short stories. This activity has students compare and evaluate, with several flexible options.”

Band Aid Activity for Explaining Differentiation and Promoting Kindness
Band Aid Activity for Explaining Differentiation and Promoting Kindness by Mrs G’s Goobers

It’s FREE!

“Students can be hyper-aware or sensitive to differentiation in the classroom. This activity helps students to acknowledge our unique abilities and differences in a positive context.”

Leadership & Citizenship - Complete Unit Bundle
Leadership & Citizenship – Complete Unit Bundle by Mrs G’s Goobers

“Our classrooms are a safe place for students to practice critical thinking and communication skills needed in the real world. This unit provides students with the opportunity to analyze their role in their community, practice leadership skills, and implement plans to improve their community.”

Super Six! A Multiplying Fractions Partner Game
Super Six! A Multiplying Fractions Partner Game by Math Chick

It’s FREE!

“Tired of task cards and boring worksheets but you still want your kids to practice and refine their calculations? Then this game is the perfect way to encourage, engage, and reinforce multiplying fractions! Your students won’t even realize how much practice they are actually doing!”

Groovy Baby! Digital Breakout Order of Operations With and Without Exponents!
Groovy Baby! Digital Breakout Order of Operations With and Without Exponents! by Math Chick

“In this Escape Room-like game, students will interact with a website to find clues and decode puzzles to unlock digital locks to “break out” and time travel back from the seventies. This digital breakout is intended for reinforcing order of operations. This download contains 2 digital breakouts! One with exponents and one without exponents! Perfect for differentiation!”

PRESIDENTIAL TRIVIA: FREEBIE(Interactive Notebook Activity)
PRESIDENTIAL TRIVIA: FREEBIE(Interactive Notebook Activity) by Gail Hennessey

It’s FREE!

“This Presidential Trivia: Interactive Notebook Activity is great for an interactive notebook during a unit on government, for Presidents’ Day, for a Friday activity, or to have in your ’emergency lesson plans’ for a sub.”

California Gold Rush: A Visit with a '49er(Reader's Theater Script)
California Gold Rush: A Visit with a ’49er(Reader’s Theater Script) by Gail Hennessey

“Part of my Ms. Bie Ografee Reader’s Theater Script series (over 30 titles)! Students will learn lots of information about the California Gold Rush with the play “A Visit with Murdoch McLeary: A Gold Prospector during the California Gold Rush.” Great as an introduction to this time period on western expansion, California gold rush, an enrichment or review activity, or just as a fun/informative play to do with your students on a Friday, before a vacation or for your ’emergency lesson plan file’ for a sub.”