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Famous Folks of Black History.
"If you're beginning to teach your students about Black History this February, then download this relevant FREEBIE! As a sample of my larger thematic unit, Famous Folks of Black History ...|
Quadrilateral graphic organizer.
Use this quadrilateral graphic organizer to reinforce information about the various quadrilateral shapes.
"I just made this quadrilateral graphic organizer for my class so I thought I ...|
Trigonometry Pile Up!
"This resource is a challenging puzzle to consolidate learning on trigonometry. The idea is that pupils have to start with the information they have in the bottom triangle and work their ...|
Having Fun with Distance and Midpoint.
"How do you take a topic that isn’t overly exciting and get the kids to have fun with it? I have found that getting students out of their seats and working with friends usually does ...|
Free Quadrilaterals Foldable Flipbook.
" I really wanted them to conquer the properties of parallelograms. I used two different types of colored paper (purple and lime green) to make my flipbook because I want students to see ...|
RACE Writing Response.
"The acronym, RACE, stands for each part of a complete constructed response. There are a few versions out there, but I like this one best:
R - restate the answer
A - answer all parts of ...|
Ratios Fold it Up!
A great Math fold up for ratios!
Use this fold it to help students learn about ratios, rates, and proportions. Click on the link to download the template. |
8 Great Final Projects for Any Novel Study.
Use these great ideas as a project after reading novels.
"These ideas will have your students think more complexly about the characters, themes, nuances, and connections of the ...|
Sort the Author's Purpose!
Hands-on cutting and pasting worksheet to understand the different author's purposes such as persuade, inform, and entertain.
"Students can cut and paste the author's purpose to the ...|
Plural of Nouns.
"This downloadable printable is best suited for high school students and elementary school students at Elementary (A1) level. It is a useful material for practicing Plural nouns: regular ...|