Saturday, November 17, 2018

FREE MISC. LESSON - “FREE Fluffy Circle Frames Clip Art”

by The Enlightened Elephant
Pre-Kindergarten - 12th Grade


This packet includes 15 circle frames.

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These graphics may be used for personal use in documents or items that you create. The documents may be printed and copied for classroom use, but any redistribution of the graphics alone is not permitted.

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You may use these graphics in products that you create. All graphics must be secured in pdf format. Credit must be provided some where on the document for sale.




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Friday, November 16, 2018

FREE MATH LESSON - “{Freebie!} Numbers 1-9 Flip Book in English and Spanish”

by My Happy Place
Pre-Kindergarten - Kindergarten


This common core aligned flip book provides a fun way for students to practice reading numerals 0-9. This is a customer-requested prequel to my Teen Numbers Flip Book freebie

Have the students cut on the dotted lines and then stack the numeral cards. Staple the cards to the top portion (where indicated). Have the students point to the words to read their new book! This activity helps kindergarten students with number sense and numeral identification.

I have also included a Spanish version of the book!





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Thursday, November 15, 2018

FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON - “FREEBIE Top Tips for Note-taking”

by Aspire to Inspire Classroom Resources
4th - 8th Grade


This printable is a "Beginner's Guide" to note-taking. It introduces how to take meaningful notes, paraphrase, and cite sources with a focus on note-taking from written materials and Web sites. A definition and examples of plagiarism are included as well. This resource works well for mini-lessons on research and to complement to research projects.

See this resource in action in the America: Culture Connections Group Newspaper.

Your questions are welcome, and your feedback is appreciated!

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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

We Teach So Hard...Episode 16...It's a Teacher's Thanksgiving

Mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberries and TURKEY! It's a buffet of Thanksgiving topics for teachers! We're laughing and crying our way through Thanksgiving cocktails, teaching ideas, sing-a-long songs, culturally responsive teaching, and more! You don't want to miss this episode...we PERFORM a head banging rendition of our favorite Thanksgiving song! The words are included for you below!  (To the tune of Frere Jacques) Turkey dinner, turkey dinner, gather round, gather round, who will get the drumstick... yummy, yummy yumstick? All sit down, all sit down. Cornbread muffins, chestnut stuffin' pudding pie, one foot high. All of us were thinner, 'til we came to dinner, me oh, my... me oh, my.

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FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON - “Comprehension Activity: Customizing Character Writing Warm-Ups”

by Connie
5th - 12th Grade


This FREEBIE activity offers five writing Warm-Up topics on developing original characters. Middle School and High School students will SHOW (not Tell) characters that they create by delving into each person's physical traits as well as his/her personality, emotions, thoughts, beliefs, etc. The two main objectives for students in this Common Core and Bloom's Taxonomy aligned activity are:
1. Show not Tell when writing, and
2. Make focused and specific word choices instead of vague, general selections.

Teachers may also use the five topic ideas for students to analyze the characters in stories that they study in class. If none of the descriptive nouns/adjectives in Topics #1, 2, and 4 fit the characters student are analyzing, they can use a thesaurus or dictionary to make new selections. In topics #3 and 5, students will need to stretch their thinking to choose information that shows the character in the story. 

For more writing and analysis ideas that encourage students to think outside the box as they explore character and other literary elements, check out
Writing Warmups: Mental Stretches 
and the lessons and activities in these custom categories:
Literary Analysis Activities Grades 6-12 

Literature Analysis E-Book Grades 6-9 


Enjoy a Teach It Now Day,
Connie

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Wednesday Weekly 5 Under $5 - 11/14/18

Every week I put together a list of 5 great products from members of The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs Marketing Cooperative (TBOTEMC) with the requirement that each product must be less than $5.  With a variety of subjects and a wide range of grades, there just might be something that you can use, so continue to read below and see!

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By A Teacher's Teacher
ELA/Writing; Grades 7-10


This four-passage text set is accompanied by an argumentative prompt regarding the topic of the relationship between homework and student learning. It's a perfect assignment to engage students, as most students will have a personal opinion going into the assignment. On that note, it will also strengthen your students' experience with the idea of using the text to support their writing, rather than their own personal experiences.  Modeled after AIR Testing, which is used in numerous states across the country, it would also fit well into a PARCC simulation. The text set, itself, is 5 pages long.


By Primarily Learning
ELA; Grades PreK-1


Thanksgiving, a time for harvest and giving thanks. Check out these diverse Thanksgiving Writing & Reading Emergent Readers. What do your children need? Choose to cut and paste, write, draw and/or color. Share your finished Emergent Reader with a friend!



By Learning Harbor Resources for Teachers
Numbers/Math; Grades K-1



This easily differentiated, super hero themed, game set focuses on comparing numbers to find the number that is greater than or less than. This is an important skill in the area of number sense or numeracy. There are four game boards to choose from.



Critical Thinking / All Subject Areas; Grades 6-12


Who Killed Santa? is a fun and engaging activity that challenges your students to use their critical thinking skills, team work, communication skills, and deductive reasoning abilities to solve the murder of Santa.


By Mickey's Place
ELA; Grades PreK-2


Holiday Word Match is an activity in which students will practice their holiday vocabulary while matching words to their picture. Four sets of words and pictures are included: Holiday Symbols one and two, Holiday Treats and Santa's Workshop.



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