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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.
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!
Blank Line Graph Template
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Blank Line Graph Template

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Check out this simple and organized template that has a labelled and specific sections for a line 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!
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.
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.
Reading At Home With Your Child Letter to Parents Guardians
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Reading At Home With Your Child Letter to Parents Guardians

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Students who read or are read to for at least 20-30 minutes every day, perform better on tests throughout the year and show linkage to increase success in the classroom. This letter home is a great way to promote a positive literacy culture at home and create buy-in with parents reading to and having students read to them at home. Presented in a very friendly way, this letter clearly articulates the role that parents can play at home when it comes to supporting reading at home.
Rounding Reference Chart Printable (10s, 100s, 1,000s and 10,000s)
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Rounding Reference Chart Printable (10s, 100s, 1,000s and 10,000s)

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Check out this simple and color-coded graphic organizer that supports students rounding. Separated into 4 different charts, this tool supports students as they find a number in the provided range, and then follow the arrow to what it would round to. This can be used for rounding the the nearest 10, nearest 100, nearest 1,000 and nearest 10,000. Presented in a very student friendly way, this can easily be used as a poster, anchor chart, differentiation tool, study guide and so much more! Be sure to also check out our hundred chart!
Peer Evaluation Rubric for Group Work
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Peer Evaluation Rubric for Group Work

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Add a level of accountability to your group work by simply infusing this student friendly assessment each time. With up to five peers, (or four if you want to including students reflecting on themselves) students will evaluate their peers in four key areas. Each area has a 1, 2, and 3 totaling a possibility of a max of 12 for each partner. These areas include participation, behavior, on task, and work. This is a great way for the students to feel responsible for their actions as well as for the teacher to gain insight into each student's contribution.
Reflective Writing Lesson (Inspired by Dr Seuss's Oh The Places You'll Go)
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Reflective Writing Lesson (Inspired by Dr Seuss's Oh The Places You'll Go)

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What a better way to inspire your kiddos than applying concepts from Dr. Seuss' book "Oh The Places You'll Go". You will need the book to complete this lesson, but there are multiple digital and read aloud version online (Youtube offers some good options). Included in this packet is a clear step by step lesson for teachers as well as a planning sheet and differentiated formats for final copies that students can use. Aligned to the ideas in the Leader In Me Program, students can begin with the end in mind and reflect on where they want to go, and what they have to do to get there, while tying in concepts from the book!
Differentiated Note Taking Template (Version 1)
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Differentiated Note Taking Template (Version 1)

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Check out this graphic organizer that students of any age can use to facilitate their note taking. This skill is one that students often lack direct instruction on, and this clear and student-friendly format is mimicked after the Cornell note-taking format. Separated into clear sections for topic, notes, questions and summary, this worksheet will push students to being extremely purposeful with their note-taking while streamlining their thoughts. This template also comes in different formats to best meet the needs of your students. Be sure to check out our alternative versions as well!
Skeletal System Project
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Skeletal System Project

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This fun and engaging project, clearly lays out the expectations for a simple interactive creation project in which students make a model of the basic human skeleton. Students are expected to include the major seven bones that outline our bodies, as well as include clear labels and answer a few simple questions. There is a rubric at the bottom, with pre-made scoring outlines to simplify assigning a fair and appropriate grade. The students will have a blast with this project, and they will deepen their understandings of the human skeleton!
Acrostic Poem Template Differentiated Variety Pack
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Acrostic Poem Template Differentiated Variety Pack

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Check out this differentiated pack of templates that are to be used for acrostic poems. Presented in a fun and student-friendly design, each of the pages comes with a different amount of lines. These allows for different words to be used, implementation with different grades, or simply differentiation. Be creative and take your lesson on poems to a new level!
Static Balloons Science Task Card Activity
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Static Balloons Science Task Card Activity

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Check out this awesome mini investigation in which students can develop their understanding with visual supplements of electrical energy, and specifically static electricity. In order to complete this you will need 2 balloons, 4 ft of string, and some wool, fur, or acrylic material. Included with clear directions to teachers and students, as well as clearly articulated objectives, this activity will walk students through their own investigation in which they develop their understanding of various materials' impact on static build up and the transfer of electrons. A supplemental worksheet is included to facilitate and probe learning. Be sure to check out our other Science Task Cards as well such as our Musical Static Balloons Task Card Activity!
Water Cycle Worksheet Assessment
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Water Cycle Worksheet Assessment

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Check out this awesome worksheet that covers the water cycle in a variety of formats. The first component of the worksheet clearly articulates important vocabulary. The second second has space for students to draw their own representations of the water cycle with labels. The third section includes six questions that assess students understanding of the various stages and steps. The last component includes 2 HOT questions that probe deeper thought. This is great for an assessment, study guide, homework, worksheet and so much more. An answer key is included for your reference.
Weekly Behavior Management Tracker
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Weekly Behavior Management Tracker

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Check out this amazing behavior tracking form that is meant to be a progress monitoring system that adds to your pre-existing system. This is based off of a simple three color system (red, green, yellow) in which one of the colors is checked for each day. its the ability to create documentation quickly on up to 20 students, this system clearly identifies the color level for each student for 5 days. Fill out one of these a week, and you can start seeing patterns and apply intervention. Additionally, there is a key at the bottom that annotates why the student received a yellow or green such as calling out, missing homework, cheating, and so much more!
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!
States of Matter Assessment
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States of Matter Assessment

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Check out this three part assessment that covers topics of states of matter. One part has students drawing a model of the atom proximity for each state, another sections has a matching portion with different vocabulary words and the third part has comparing various states with one another. This can easily be used as a quiz, test, homework, guided notes, independent work and so much more. You can also check out my multiple choice option in my store as well. An answer key has been included for your convenience!
Sound and Sound Waves Guided Notes Template
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Sound and Sound Waves Guided Notes Template

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Check out this simple, direct and clear 15 point worksheet. This supplement to your lesson will support students solidification of vocabulary and content knowledge. It can easy be used as independent work, research guide, or note taking support tool. This can then be used as a study guide or support system for differentiation. Topics include vibration, energy, pitch, transmitted waves, space and more. An answer key has been included for your convenience.
Story Map House Outline Graphic Organizer Template (Differentiated)
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Story Map House Outline Graphic Organizer Template (Differentiated)

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To increase comprehension, text analysis, and story summaries, this fun and engaging graphic organizer that serves as an ideal template for translating the elements of a story. This outline as multiple applications for independent reading, small group support, RtI, homework, or an assessment. This template comes in three differentiated formats which include blank spaces, bullet points, and underlines for you to seamlessly meet student needs.
Types of Maps Guided Notes Worksheet Template
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Types of Maps Guided Notes Worksheet Template

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Check out this double half page guided notes template for types of maps. This open ended worksheet allows for teachers to present on put to 4 map types and then gives a clear space for student to record its description. They can use the back and can split it into four rectangles so they can draw an example as well! This supplement to your lesson can then be used to support independent work, homework, etc.!
FREEBIE Useful Report Card Word Bank
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FREEBIE Useful Report Card Word Bank

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For those of us that still include teacher provided feedback on report cards, this is a great tool to take your writing to the next level. Presenting yourself professionally matters and with this extensive list you will find ample adjectives that can be used to describe any student that may cross your path. This can also be used for students as they develop their writing and speaking skills to use higher level vocabulary and switch up the same old words that they repeat often. Happy writing!