It’s fall, y’all! That means comfort food like popcorn and donuts. Or take a trip to Egypt — but first grab your passport! Be ready with sub plans for those days you’re feeling under the weather, and be mindful while also having fun playing math games. We’ve got another bunch of terrific resources, and many of them are totally free!
“This differentiated writing project helps students develop and practice persuasive writing skills in a creative and engaging way! In this project, students will design new and unique donuts and use persuasive writing to explain why their donuts should be chosen for the featured ‘Flavor of the Month.'”
“This robot project is a meaningful way to assess understanding of the different forms of energy while also integrating Art and Writing. Students will complete their own ‘DIY’ (do it yourself) project by designing a robot that produces at least three forms of energy.” It’s Free!
“Homework can be difficult for any teacher to manage but finding meaningful homework for students with special needs can seem impossible. That is why I created this 12 week homework packet filled with vocabulary and language development activities.”
“This social story is a great tool to teach appropriate classroom behavior. It is ideal for students with autism and special needs but it can be helpful for all students.” It’s Free!
“Teach positive self-talk to promote a growth mindset with these fun and effective worksheets, task cards, and posters.”
“This Long Vowel Interactive Phonics Resource Bundle is an essential component of my phonics instruction. The bundle provides a perfect balance of games, puzzles, and printable worksheets that keep my students engaged!”
“This Popcorn Word Work activity is perfect for my phonics instruction and word work centers! Students love the fun, interactive format — and the center provides great practice with long and short vowels.” It’s Free!
“This fun fact Egypt country study booklet allows your students to explore Egypt from the comfort of their own classroom. The product includes four versions to allow for differentiated learning. It also includes fun postcards and boarding passes.”
“The three resources included in this bundle are each designed to give a second grade teacher a worry-free day off. Simply click print and you will have worksheets and activities to keep second graders engaged and busy for three full days, all with October themes.”
“This is a freebie sampler of my line of seasonal sub plans. A teacher can use these pages to get started on sub plans to keep first graders engaged for a day when the regular teacher can’t be there.” It’s Free!