This week’s round up is packed with reading resources, special education resources, and French language resources that will push your students’ critical thinking and increase their access points to the content. You’ll find a special education visual bundle, job interview bundle, French grammar bundles, and so much more. There are tons of great resources to discover, and half of them are free! 


Daily Reading: Context Clues Week 1
Daily Reading: Context Clues Week 1 by Read Write Middle

It’s FREE!

“My students love these passages! They are high interest and provide plenty of opportunities to practice using context clues.”

Daily Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions Bundle Bell Ringers
Daily Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions Bundle Bell Ringers by Read Write Middle

“I regularly use this resource in my classroom. It provides a wonderful way to focus my students at the start of class while allowing them to work on important skills.”

FREEBIE Lesson: Introduction to Comics (w. Graphic Novel Journal Pages!
FREEBIE Lesson: Introduction to Comics (w. Graphic Novel Journal Pages! by Illumismart

It’s FREE!

“This lesson introduces students to the world of comics through handouts and assignments. Includes Anatomy of a Comic Strip handout and Comic Vocabulary list! “

Special Education Visual MEGA Bundle! Cards, Posters, Forms, Clip-Art, and MORE!
Special Education Visual MEGA Bundle! Cards, Posters, Forms, Clip-Art, and MORE! by Illumismart

“This deal includes 400+ pages/pieces in an extensive collection of illustrated of cards, forms, documents, games, posters, coloring pages, and clip art! Illustrations are ideal for upper elementary and middle school students!”

“What are 3 words to describe yourself?” Job Interview Question Guide by “What I Wish I’d Learned in School”

It’s FREE!

“It’s never too early to start preparing for job interviews! Luckily, there are many job interview questions you can prepare for. This resource provides scaffolding to guide students in preparing a quality answer to a commonly asked job interview question. “

Job Interview Unit - Special Education High School (Print/Google)
“Job Interview Unit – Special Education High School (Print/Google)” by “What I Wish I’d Learned in School”

“Job interviews can be intimidating. This guide helps students understand the job interview format and process, and introduces them to nine of the most commonly asked job interview questions. Students are provided background on the question, why it is asked, and sample scaffolding to create a quality answer to each question.”

U.S. Regions Southwest Region Interactive Fan
U.S. Regions Southwest Region Interactive Fan by Dr Loftin’s Learning Emporium

It’s FREE!

“This interactive fan is a fun and engaging way for students to learn about the states that make up the Southwest Region of the United States.”

Latitude and Longitude Puzzle-Winter Holiday Christmas Hanukkah Bundle
Latitude and Longitude Puzzle-Winter Holiday Christmas Hanukkah Bundle by Dr Loftin’s Learning Emporium

“Your students will LOVE practicing their latitude and longitude skills as they create these fun and engaging winter holiday images.”

French house sudoku games - À la maison
French house sudoku games – À la maison by Love Learning Languages – French Resources

It’s FREE!

“Use these Sudoku games to practice French house and home vocabulary. Three versions are included. Students place a word in each empty box so that each row, column, and nine-box square contains each of the words. Practicing and mastering new vocabulary is essential when teaching a language, and my students really enjoy these Sudoku games.”

Quel Dommage French Grammar Games - BUNDLE
Quel Dommage French Grammar Games – BUNDLE by Love Learning Languages – French Resources

“These French grammar paired or small group games are a fun way to encourage your beginner to advanced students to practice and master the grammar they learn in class. You can pull out these cards any time and use them for quick assessments, as ice-breakers, bell-ringers, and much more. These games are only in French and suitable for both core and immersion curriculums.”