“This resource is great for teaching students about the main topic and key details within informational text. The students will learn interesting information about animals while identifying the main topic and key details in a variety of engaging text.”
“This Thanksgiving Turkey Draw and Write is a perfect activity for the month of November. This resource allows students to practice following step-by-step directions, writing skills, drawing skills, and fine motor skills in a fun and engaging way.” It’s Free!
“This is what I use in my classroom for social studies during the entire year! It covers communities, government, economics, maps, citizenship, and so much more with engaging visuals and activities.”
“Interactive notebooks for social studies allow students to be hands on and retain concepts that they are presented in ways they might not get to otherwise. Whenever students can get hands on with their learning, retaining that information becomes just a little easier for them.” It’s Free!
“These differentiated reading logs are the perfect way to hold students and parents accountable for reading at home while also making it fun! Students color in a picture every time they read a book, and you can choose from over 20 recording pages to meet the needs of all your learners!”
“These no prep, print and go sentences are perfect for morning work, homework, or reading stations. Read-Trace-Write-Glue sentences allow students to build their fine motor and handwriting skills while reading sight word sentences!” It’s Free!
“During important lessons and topics, it’s essential to reflect on learning. These pamphlets are general enough to adapt to any lesson.”
“Are you looking for an easy way to supplement your phonics program while saving paper at the same time? This resources has 5 different pamphlets for you. Perfect for whole group, small group, and homework!” It’s Free!
“This is a cross-curriculuar, hands-on unit for science involving research, STEM, and writing.”
“This lesson makes writing sentences concrete for students who struggle with the writing process. Step-by-step directions are included for the teacher.” It’s Free!