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Our mission is to connect quality educational resources to all teachers in order to facilitate learning, increase engagement, provide differentiation, increase rigor and promote high expectations.
Comparing and Ordering Numbers Place Value Assessment
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Comparing and Ordering Numbers Place Value Assessment

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Check out this 25 question assessment that covers comparing numbers and ordering numbers based on place value. Students will have to use the greater than, less than, or equal to symbols. Also, students will have to order a few numbers that go up to the tens of thousands. This can be used as a homework, assessment, quiz, test, independent work as so much more. All numbers are whole numbers. An answer key is included for your convenience.
Equivalent Fractions with Pizza Worksheet (2nd Edition)
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Equivalent Fractions with Pizza Worksheet (2nd Edition)

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Take your equivalent fractions lesson plan to the next level with this naturally engaging worksheet! Bringing in the visual of pizza, students will identify the numerator and denominator of pizza slices with coverings. They will then compare that fraction to another visual that they have also labeled with a numerator and denominator. This can be easily used as a test, quiz, homework, independent worksheet and so much more!
Types of Rocks Assessment
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Types of Rocks Assessment

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This 13-question assessment can offer valuable insight into students' understanding of rocks including the properties of metamorphic, sedimentary, and igneous. Questions posed include their origins, how they are formed, what they look like and more. There is a word bank to facilitate spelling but it is just of the three types of rocks. At the bottom there are bonus questions prompting for specific examples of each. This can easily be differentiated as a classwork assignmet, independent work, a quiz or a test. An answer key has been included for your convenience!
How to Annotate a Text (Step by Step)
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How to Annotate a Text (Step by Step)

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Check out this awesome educational reference guide for how to annotate a text step by step. This can facilitate the teacher and their method of annotating and can just as easily support students learning how to annotate a text on their own. At the bottom of the step by step guide that walks students on what to do and how to do it, a checklist is included that can be checked as each step is completed.
Heat Conductors and Insulators Assessment
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Heat Conductors and Insulators Assessment

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Check out this 11 questions worksheet that can be used as a quiz, test, study guide, homework, or in class assignment. It is presented in both multiple choice, fill in the blank and short answer questions that cover the topics of good and bad insulators and the same for conductors. Examples of each are needed to be known to be successful. This is a great way to gain insight into students understanding. An answer key has been included for your convenience!
Parts of a Microscope - Label and Describe Worksheet Activity
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Parts of a Microscope - Label and Describe Worksheet Activity

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Check out this simple and clear 13 question worksheet that covers the parts of a microscope. Their is a visual at the top of the page that points to 13 parts. It correlates with the bottom half which has those same 13 parts that adds a section for describing the function. This can serve as a great resource for note taking, can be used as an assessment tool. Students will find the organization user-friendly and engaging. An answer key is included for your convenience!
Blooms Taxonomy Question Stems Reference Guide
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Blooms Taxonomy Question Stems Reference Guide

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Check out this simple and color-coded guide to constructing really great questions that promote critical thinking. Organized into six sections with a multitude of stems to get your questions rolling, this reference sheet will take your questioning to the next level. But promoting deeper thinking questions, you will be able to scaffold more easily, differentiate smoothly and meet the needs of your students while holding them all accountable. This reference guide is provided for you in both color and gray-scale.
Parent Volunteers Request Letter Form
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Parent Volunteers Request Letter Form

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Looking for an easy way to get parents on board to lend a helping hand? Look no further with this simple and well-organized template that you can use in a variety of contexts. The top introduces the rationale for why their help is needed, the middle is a check box list of ways they are being requested for, and the bottom is a sign and return form. This is a great way to include key stakeholders in your classroom, whether it be reading to a small group, preparing crafts, talk about a career and so much more!
Meet the Teacher Fillable Template
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Meet the Teacher Fillable Template

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Upgrade your bullet point introductory newsletter with this fun, bright and engaging Meet the Teacher template. This fillable form can be edited inside of any pdf viewer. There are sections for a self portrait, some of your favorites and a bit about yourself. Keep the template for years to come. You can also print the template onto color paper to make it even more fun (add variety and put different colors into your paper tray). A sample has been provided in the product as well! Enjoy and have a great school year!
Common Synonym Alternatives Poster (Other ways to say...)
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Common Synonym Alternatives Poster (Other ways to say...)

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Build you students vocabulary with this awesome anchor chart that can be used a sa poster, reference guide, printable, and so much more. With 15 common words such as good, big, sad, little, laughed, scared, ran and much more, this reference guide provides 15 alternatives for each of these words. Whether it be improving writing skills, talking skills, or taking students to the next level, this poster can do it! It is also presented in a well-organized student friendly format to best meet the needs of the kiddos in your classroom!
Exit Ticket Progress Monitoring Template
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Exit Ticket Progress Monitoring Template

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Add another level of accountability to your exit ticket progress monitoring with the simple and well-organized template to track student scores. This teacher-friendly format makes it so easy to see how students are doing over an extended period of time. This is great for student conferencing as well as transparent grades with parents and families. Simplified into a check format, 1/2 credit format, and X for struggling. Adapt as needed :)
End of Year (Anonymous) Student Reflective Survey
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End of Year (Anonymous) Student Reflective Survey

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Check out this 12 question reflective survey where students can express their feelings in regard to the culture of the classroom. With a focus on leadership, empowerement, and general teacher review. This survey holds great potential for teachers to gain insight into how students feel in your class, how they feel about you, and how they feel about themselves. This can easily be used as a benchmark throughout the year, so changes can be implemented. It provides a great opportunity to meet the needs of all students!
Logic Puzzles Variety Pack
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Logic Puzzles Variety Pack

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Check out this fun and engaging packet of four different logic puzzles that students can apply critical thinking skills with to solve. Each question comes with a prompt, a table, and clues to figure out who did what. This is a great way to promote engagement, challenge students, develop critical thinking, and push gifted students. It is also ideal for early finishers! An answer key has been included for your convenience!
Static Ghost Science Task Card Activity
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Static Ghost Science Task Card Activity

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Check out this awesome task card activity that allows students to develop their understanding of static electricity. This activity works best with newspaper or any other thing paper. You will also need scissors for cutting of the ghosts and a dowel or pencil to rub the ghost transferring the electrons to it. Included is a clear set of instructions for the teacher and students on how to experiment with various surfaces around the room for the optimal static attraction. Included is a worksheet to track the optimal surfaces with a reflection section. Be sure to check out our other science task cards as well!
Types of Energy Worksheet
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Types of Energy Worksheet

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Check out this 19 questions worksheet that covers the vocabulary related to energy. Some of this vocabulary includes potential and kinetic as well as heat, light, sound, thermal, wind and much more. It is broken into three parts, each of which have a separate word bank. These can easily be blanked out for differentiation purposes. It can be adapted as a quiz, test, homework, independent work, or group work. An answer key has been included for your convenience!
Water Cycle Exit Ticket Assessment
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Water Cycle Exit Ticket Assessment

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This 5-question multiple choice assessment provides clear and informative insight into students' understanding of the water cycle. It can easily be used as a quiz, test, active thinking, exit ticket, or independent work. It includes topics and vocabulary such as evaporation, condensation, water vapor, precipitation and more! An answer key is included for your convenience!
Shark Tank Inspired Invention and Advertisement Creation Challenge Project
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Shark Tank Inspired Invention and Advertisement Creation Challenge Project

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Check out this incredible project that is inspired by Shark Tank. Included in this large packet, you will find directions for the teacher, directions for the students, challenge sheet with an explanation hook, templates for each stage of the invention and advertisement process and a clear rubric to convey expectation. Presented in a fun and student-friendly format, students will create an invention, whether real or not, will discuss the need for the invention and then create an advertisement to hook buyers. It is intended to take five days, with clear expectations for each day, as each lesson scaffolds on the next. Students will love applying their learned concepts of supply and demand, needs and wants, and helping people make their lives easier through their inventions. One of our favorites :)
Blank Bar Graph Template
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Blank Bar Graph Template

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Check out this simple and organized template that has a labelled and specific sections for a bar graph. This outline is ideal for supporting students' understanding of graphing, for use with differentiation, or for modification for struggling students. Also, when used in science or social studies, when the lesson isn't on graphing, this can cut out a lot of wasted time. Presented in a simple and student-friendly way, the possibilities for implementation are endless!
Characters and Setting Assessment
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Characters and Setting Assessment

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This 12 question assessment covers students understanding of setting and characters. There are three separate parts to this assessment that can easily be used for a quiz, test, homework, study guide, independent work or small group work. It starts off with asking for the simple definitions of each key word. It then transitions to written scenarios where students identify the implied or directly stated character(s) and setting and finishes off with two pictures that student analyze for the setting and character. This simple assessment will offer the teacher valuable insight into students' understanding of what a setting is and what the characters are.
Place Value Mat Template
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Place Value Mat Template

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Print out this simple place value mat, laminate it and/or put it in a plastic sleeve for students to visually sort their numbers into the correlating place value. This can be used for base-ten blocks, counters, or numerical expressions. This is a great template to build cardinality, number sense, fluency and place value understanding.