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2021 Teacher Appreciation Week Activity for Kids

I fondly remember my favorite teachers. How one instilled a love of reading. How another used humor. How another truly cared about me. Today, I love hearing my own children...
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Informative/Explanatory Writing in the Classroom, Grades 3–12

Lets explore the importance of teaching informative/explanatory writing in the classroom. Students need to have the ability to clearly convey concepts and information in...
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35 FREE Grammar Worksheets That Improve Students' Writing

The ability to write effectively and communicate ideas through writing are essential for working in the real world. Outside of writing instruction, students need dedicated...
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3 Free Earth Day Printables for Students

April 22 is Earth Day, and this provides teachers with an opportunity to encourage students to get involved in persevering their own communities! With these free Earth Day...
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4 Shakespeare Activities for High School Students

High school students have the opportunity to learn a great deal by studying Shakespeare. Students enhance their vocabulary, study the human experience, learn about form and...
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10 Summer Learning Activities That Keep Kids Writing [Free Printables]

In this post, you'll find 10 summer learning activities parents and teachers can use engage kids in summer writing. Download and print them now! Summer Learning Activities...
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6 Grammar Spring Activity Sheets Students Can Use at Home

Spring brings with it both pleasant weather and the interesting dynamic of nearing the end of the school year – which can be exhausting – as well as promises of refreshing...
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Fun Journal Writing Prompts for Students to Use at Home

With schools closed because of the COVID-19, educators are faced with figuring out how to keep kids learning while not burdening parents/guardians with overseeing detailed...
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Baseball Parts of Speech Grammar Game, Grades 2–12

The use of sports in the classroom is a great way to engage young people in learning! One of my favorite days of the year is baseball’s Opening Day. I use the opportunity to...
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Teaching Persuasive Writing in the Classroom [Free Kit for Grades 3–12]

This article focuses on persuasive writing and how educators can help students use it to improve their critical writing and thinking skills. The resources below will assist...
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Back-To-School Writing Prompts [Includes Printable Worksheets]

Use simple back-to-school writing prompts to assess writing skills and learn important information about each student in your room! Individual Back-To-School Writing Prompts
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Using Classroom Centers for Writing in the Middle- and Upper-Level Classroom

This school year, I did something different in my tenth grade classroom. Rather than repetitively stating classroom routines and procedures during the first two weeks, I...
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