Adding and Subtracting Decimals Color by Number
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charlotte_james615

Adding and Subtracting Decimals Color by Number

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In this activity, students will practice their math skills (adding and subtracting decimals) as they color! Students will answer the exercises and then color their solutions on the picture with the indicated color to reveal a beautiful, colorful mandala. This coloring activity is perfect for upper elementary and middle school grades as the mandalas are fun, geometric patterns that the students enjoy revealing as they color. This activity is excellent for sub plans, enrichment, extra practice, or just plain fun! As an added bonus, the completed activities make beautiful classroom decor. Thanks and enjoy your new product!
Reading Comprehensions - Stories of Survival
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Richardtownend1978

Reading Comprehensions - Stories of Survival

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Apollo 13 Plane crash in the Andes Mine rescue in Chile Castaway This collection of four guided reading activities, aimed at children aged 10-13 years old, tests children’s inference and deduction skills. It will also promote lively and engaging classroom discussion as children explore these remarkable stories for themselves. Each activity has questions and answers, with an indication of how many marks are on offer at the end of each question. This is particularly helpful for children preparing for reading tests and exams, encouraging them to give fuller answers where required.
Word Puzzle Escape Room Activity
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donielle_sharma

Word Puzzle Escape Room Activity

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Teams work together to solve the puzzles using critical thinking skills to discover a four-digit code to open the lock. You can use an actual lock with a number combination to give it more of an escape room feel, but it is not required. After each correctly completed puzzle, teams submit their solutions to the Key Master (teacher) to receive a key with a code word on it. After collecting all four keys, teams unscramble the words for a final instruction/clue to crack the combination. This is a fun activity that will get your students thinking and working together. It is especially great for upper level ESL students to get them talking and they will probably even learn new vocabulary in the process. This is great as an ice breaker, before or after a school break, or any time you want to mix things up and give your students a fun break while also encouraging critical thinking. Although it is not directly related to Halloween, the theme of escape rooms would be perfect to use around Halloween also. This activity does not involve a lot of pieces or complicated setup, so this is a perfect option if you want a fun escape activity that is relatively low prep. This resource contains the following: 1. Teacher instructions and notes 2. Student instructions and key/code recording sheet 3. Series of four puzzles/challenges for students to complete: * Riddle Puzzles (hink pinks and hinky pinkies). Teams work to find two-word rhyming answers to the clues. *Pictogram: Teams find the hidden message by solving the pictogram puzzles. From the given pictures, letters are added, subtracted, or replaced to reveal words from the message. *Cryptogram puzzle: Teams work to decipher the message that will also help them figure out the final code. Three versions are included so you can choose the appropriate level of difficulty. *Logic Puzzle: Teams work together to figure out the solution to the puzzle about guests escaping a haunted castle. 4. Color-coded keys to distribute to teams after each correct puzzle 5. Answer keys
Growth Mindset Escape Room - No Prep!
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lisaf5005

Growth Mindset Escape Room - No Prep!

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The Growth Mindset Escape Room will take students on a secret mission around the classroom! This escape room has students decode inspirational quotes from famous figures about growth mindset. Students will learn facts and quotes from Albert Einstein, Thomas Edison, Martin Luther King Jr. and Walt Disney. The Growth Mindset Escape Room has students walking around the classroom breaking codes. Students are given a secret code name and sent on a secret mission to save Milly’s math grade! The codes include ciphers, Morse code, cryptograms and a final 4 digit code based on the decoders/clues. Each clue and code is different. The codes require students to think differently to decipher or decode them. Some codes are easier than others. Some codes require critical thinking to determine what a letter/symbol stands for. Each code will reveal an inspirational quote from a famous figure about growth mindset. The use of secret code will keep your students engaged while competing to find the final ID code. No props needed!! Students can report the final ID code to you. If you wanted to, you could purchase a 4 digit lock that you program, but it is not necessary at all! This is a NO PREP, PRINT & GO Activity! Students are sent on a “secret mission” and given a back story to ignite their active learning skills. They are given a code name which makes them feel as if they are part of the secret mission. Students practice hands-on, practical problem solving skills all while learning about growth mindset. Your students will be inspired to think outside the box! The best age range for this resource is 8+. Please look at the preview to determine if this resource works for your age group. Younger students may need some help with some of the more difficult codes. You can use the pre-labeled clues or you can challenge older kids to choose/find the decoder that works for each of the clues. The availability of two sets of codes offers differentiation for your learners. A set of labeled and non-labeled decoders are included. Once your students try one of my escape rooms, they will beg for more! This activity is for all types of learners, especially kinesthetic. In addition to learning or reinforcing the subject matter, my escape rooms encourage teamwork and critical thinking. As a “timed” challenge, students will be engaged from beginning to end. An answer key and teacher directions are provided. Time needed: 30-60 minutes This escape room includes 12 fun, colorful signs to take class pictures with at the end of the mission. Signs include “Puzzle Master”, “She did all the work”, “Genius”, “We did it”, “I Escaped” and more! Hang the pictures in your room, send them in a parent newsletter or share them on social media 
'London', William Blake
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RojoResources

'London', William Blake

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A 28 slide, two lesson presentation covering the poem 'London' in detail. Annotations for the entire poem as well as example analytical paragraphs. The lessons feature a range of individual and collaborative tasks to develop students' understanding of the poem.
Animal & Plant Cells + Organelles Read and Apply Activity
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smithscienceandlit

Animal & Plant Cells + Organelles Read and Apply Activity

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As a middle school teacher, I see more and more students that have a terribly difficult time comprehending nonfiction & informational text - textbooks, websites, articles etc. I needed a more simply option for students to read, apply, and comprehend what they read - This is a GREAT tool to help your students overcome that obstacle. These are designed to cover ONE basic science topic per lesson for students to build a solid foundation before moving to the next topic & building that "house of knowledge" on the foundation. This product contains: - 2 mini reading passages (this topic has more information than most others) - 1 application activity (cell diagrams + flip flaps) - 1 writing prompt that goes along with the passage - Photo example/answer key
Multiplying Fractions Color by Number
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charlotte_james615

Multiplying Fractions Color by Number

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With this activity, students will practice multiplying fractions (proper and improper with some cross cancellation) as they color! Once they put their answers in simplest form, they color the part of the picture with their answer according to the indicated color to reveal a beautiful, colorful mandala. Not only is coloring a great way to motivate students, but the final products also make fabulous classroom decor! This activity is excellent for sub plans, enrichment, extra practice, early finishers, or just plain fun! If you like this, you may also like these other color by number activities: Rounding decimals Multiplying decimals Identifying multiples Identifying factors Dividing decimals Converting fractions and decimals Basic order of operations Adding and subtracting mixed numbers Adding and subtracting fractions Two-digit multiplication Adding and subtracting decimals Thanks for looking and enjoy your new product!
2-Digit Multiplication Color by Number
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charlotte_james615

2-Digit Multiplication Color by Number

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With this activity, students will practice their two-digit multiplication skills as they have fun coloring! Students will reveal a beautiful, colorful mandala as they solve multiplication problems and color the picture accordingly. This activity has only positive integers and is aimed for students who do not yet use calculators (3rd - 7th). Give your students something they'll enjoy doing as they fine-tune their multiplication skills! This activity is excellent for sub plans, enrichment, extra practice, or just plain fun! As an added bonus, the finished products make beautiful classroom decorations! Thanks for looking and enjoy your new product!
Rounding Decimals Color by Number
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charlotte_james615

Rounding Decimals Color by Number

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With this activity, students will practice rounding decimals (to the nearest tenth, hundredth, and thousandth) as they color! Students will use their answers to color a the mandala to reveal a beautiful, colorful pattern that makes excellent classroom decor! Even unmotivated students enjoy coloring, so give them the opportunity to enjoy practicing their skills with this fun color-by-number activity! This activity is excellent for sub plans, enrichment, early finishers, extra practice, or just plain fun! If you like this, you may also like my other color by number activities: Multiplying fractions Multiplying decimals Identifying multiples Identifying factors Dividing decimals Converting fractions and decimals Basic order of operations Adding and subtracting mixed numbers Adding and subtracting fractions Two-digit multiplication Adding and subtracting decimals Thanks for looking and enjoy your new product!
Basic Order of Operations Color by Number
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charlotte_james615

Basic Order of Operations Color by Number

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With this activity, students will practice evaluating expressions using the order of operations as they have fun coloring! Students will reveal a beautiful, colorful mandala as they simplify expressions using the order of operations and then color the picture accordingly. This activity uses only basic order of operations (no nested parentheses or brackets) and only has one problem each with exponents and distributive property. It is aimed for students who do not yet use calculators (4th - 7th) and is a fun way to review essential arithmetic skills! Give your students something they'll enjoy doing as they fine-tune their skills! This activity is great for sub plans, enrichment, early finishers, extra practice, or just plain fun. As an added bonus, the finished products make excellent classroom decor! Thanks for looking and enjoy your new product!
Talent Show: The kit to run your event!
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Jonmayhew1234

Talent Show: The kit to run your event!

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This is a complete kit with tips to run your School Talent Show. Here is what you get in the Talent Show kit which is in Microsoft Word and is easily editable to adjust to your school event: 1. Talent Show Audition Rubric 2. Talent Show Pamphlet 3. Talent Show Permission Slip 4. Talent Show Poster: Announcing Event 5. Talent Show Teacher/Sponsor guide 6. Talent Show Poster: Advertising Auditions 7. Master of Ceremonies Script to run the event 8. Talent Show Tickets
French clothing - les vetements - puzzles
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LlanguageLlamas

French clothing - les vetements - puzzles

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Fun puzzles - word search, crossword, missing letter, anagrams plus a handout - to practice French clothes vocabulary - un pull, un pantalon, un chemisier, une chemise, une robe, une jupe, un blouson, un bonnet, une écharpe, des gants, des bottes, des chaussures, des chaussettes, un tee-shirt, un short, des tennis. These puzzles are also included in our French clothing activities, puzzles and games which includes flashcards, write around the room, flip book, Mes Amis booklet, bingo, dominoes, matching cards and more. Please don't purchase this puzzle set if you have already bought the complete topic set.
Probability Worksheets
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dh2119

Probability Worksheets

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Two worksheets, testing basic probability with dice, coloured balls and letters. The second worksheet is more difficult and introduces sampling with and without replacement. Full solutions included.
Still I Rise by Maya Angelou
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RaisingRigor

Still I Rise by Maya Angelou

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Dr. Maya Angelou was an author, actress, singer, and most notably a poet. Known for her command of language, the poem “Still I Rise” is one of her most acclaimed works that speaks to overcoming oppression. This resource contains an in-depth analysis of the poem for teachers and aligned graphic organizers and text dependent questions for students. This is a NO PREP resource for teachers. Teacher Resources: - Detailed Lesson Plan - Text Analysis (3 pages) - Teacher Response Guide The Texts: - Dr. Angelou biography - “Still I Rise” student copy with wide margins for literal and analytical annotations Graphic Organizers: - Finding the Theme - Vocabulary
Téléfrançais Worksheets
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kumaeri

Téléfrançais Worksheets

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Téléfrançais is a Canadian TV show designed for kids learning French. All 30 of the ten-minute episodes are available on YouTube. These worksheets are intended to help students focus as they watch the episodes. I have worksheets for most of the episodes, but not for episodes numbers 14, 15, 17, 23, 24, 27, and 29.