What do brain breaks, STEM, spring close reads, poetry, and non fiction task cards all have in common? The terrific Teacher-Authors behind each of them (at least in this Resource Round-Up) have proven that they make wonderful resources your students will instantly take a liking to. We have a lucky dozen in this batch, and 6 of them are free!
“This no prep, printable would be great for whole teach, group work, partner work, homework, or a word work/grammar center. This could easily be used for a quick assessment to check if your students are understanding action verbs.” It’s Free!
“These 24 task cards feature some of the most common text features and the five main text structures found in non fiction. Students will apply their knowledge using the provided text and graphics.”
“Each student gets a page for their character. As you master math facts, you get to put fun, space-themed badges on your character page. Collect them all as you master your facts!” It’s Free!
“This set of 50 STEM Labs gives basic rules and guidelines for 50 STEM challenges. Students will have to figure things out for themselves, as they accomplish each challenge by going through the engineering-design process. Most labs require inexpensive or easy-to-find materials.”
“So educators can enhance and create a variety of engaging classroom resources for their students.” It’s Free!
“Our Spring Poetry Writing Unit will help students practice writing in a creative and highly expressive context. This is a comprehensive unit which contains everything needed to teach and assess an engaging poetry writing unit from start to finish!”
“This close reading resource has it all done for you. All you need to do is print and you have ready-to-use, differentiated, and high-interest text passages that will motivate and teach your students to read and re-read for deeper understanding.” It’s Free!
“This close reading resource has it all done for you. All you need to do is print and you have ready-to-use, differentiated, and high-interest text passages that will motivate and teach your students to read and re-read for deeper understanding.”
“This product helps students identify living and nonliving organisms in a fun and simple way! It’s Free!
“This product helps introduce and teach the properties of matter. It has great vocabulary cards and activities to make the lesson effective and understandable.”
“When working with beginner EFL students, the most difficult thing is to motivate the students to actually learn new words. A nice way to do so is by making them use their body! And it’s great fun!” It’s Free!
“As an EFL teacher, not only do I teach a language, but I also like to teach values. Among them, respect comes first. This lesson enables teens to realize what bullying is, what it does to victims, and how we can stop it.”