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Loving these gratitude journal prompts; one every day for 30 days

Gratitude Journal Prompts | TextMyJournal

Gratitude journal prompts from TextMyJournal | Our most popular post! Come join us for 30 days of gratitude. Handpicked gratitude journal prompts from TMJ!

A Writer's Resource - 16 Types of Governments - Writers Write

16 Types Of Government - A Writer's Resource | Writers Write

In this post, we share an infographic on the different types of government you could include in your stories.

How Each Of The 50 US States Got Their Names

How All 50 U.S. States Got Their Names

Embed This Infographic [Source: Today I Found Out] If you liked this infographic, you might also enjoy: Fascinating Fourth of July Facts 10 Interesting Celebrity Facts 10 Interesting Facts About Junk Food 10 Totally Random Facts 10 Interesting Language Facts

Questions good readers ask| comprehension questions | close reading

Understanding Close Reading: Download our Infographic Now! - WeAreTeachers

Questions good readers ask| comprehension questions | close reading

What to Do When You're Done With a Lesson But Not With Class Time

That Awkward Moment When You Have 5 Minutes Left of Class and No Idea What to Do...

What to Do When You're Done With a Lesson But Not With Class Time

wonderfullifee: Check yourself before you wreck yourself!

The Organized Twenty-Something

wonderfullifee: “Check yourself before you wreck yourself! ”

I will be using these for our American History this year!! I was looking for a "1 page report" type page and this fits the bill!!

What the Teacher Wants!

As a 5th grade teacher I have always felt a tremendous responsibility to teach the American history curriculum to my students. In Utah, we cover all of American history from early Native Americans all the way to present day America! That is a lot of curriculum to cover in just one year - especially in schools where high stakes testing place such an emphasis in teaching literacy, math, and science. The sad thing I've noticed is that teachers just don't have time for social studies. With no…

Play "Attack" with your students!  It's a review game that can be used in any subject that your middle school students will be begging to play!  FREE instructions

Attack - A FREE Review Game for the Secondary Classroom

Your students will love "Attack" - the review game that can be played in any middle or high school classroom!"Attack" is now Interactive! Playable on any whiteboard, PC, MAC, chromebook, etc.. Click the links below to try out the new Interactive versions:FREE Interactive version of "Attack"FREE In...

Looking for a simple way to get your students out of their seats without sacrificing content? Chat stations is a simple strategy you can implement tomorrow -- check out my video that demonstrates exactly how to do it!

Students Sitting Around Too Much? Try Chat Stations. | Cult of Pedagogy

Looking for a simple way to get your students out of their seats without sacrificing content? Chat stations is a simple strategy you can implement tomorrow -- check out my video that demonstrates exactly how to do it!

Understanding the differences between capitalism, socialism & communism

Understanding the differences between capitalism, socialism & communism

Make Classes Fun By Teaching History C.S.I. Style.

Make Classes Fun By Teaching History CSI Style

Students become stakeholders in the learning process WITHOUT having to dress up like Benjamin Franklin.

Design your own crest printable for kids. Using this for an intro lesson to introduce the kids to each other. Perfect SS feel for my World History class :)

Design Your Own Crest

Design your own crest printable page for kids - use it to create your own Hogwarts crest or for your own club, society or pretend school.

Teachers, have you ever tried "text mapping?" It's a great way to get your students (especially your struggling learners!) close reading!!

Practicing What You Pin: Textmapping

Teachers, have you ever tried "text mapping?" It's a great way to get your students (especially your struggling learners!) close reading!!

Be The Teacher You Loved • games and learning: using competition to engage high school students

games and learning: using competition to engage high school students

“We went over this?” Ms. DeSalvo inquired. “Yes we diiiid, Miss,” a group of students shouted. I entered Ms. DeSalvo’s room while the high schoolers were playing “Stump The Teacher.” In this game, the students ask questions of the teacher. To count, the question must be about a key concept and not too obscure. They must also know and have proof of the correct answer. If the students stump the teacher at the end of the round, they earn extra credit points for their final exam. When I join the…

A lesson, complete with handout, on teaching the credibility of sources. Geared toward high school students, easily upgraded to underclassmen.

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