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Printable Reading Activities for Black History Month

In honor of Black History Month, I wanted to highlight some of my timely printable reading activities that you may want to try with your students. In this article, you'll...
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Chinese New Year Activities for Elementary Students

Every January or February, I enjoy teaching my students about Chinese New Year, otherwise known as Spring Festival. According to the Chinese zodiac calendar, 2023 is the Year...
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Close Reading Annotation Worksheet- 'I Have a Dream' by Martin Luther King, Jr.

Every January, I take time to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with students. Today I am sharing with you how I work on close reading annotation using Dr. Martin Luther...
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Snowman Story Map: Show the Connection Between Reading and Writing

“Reading and writing go hand-in-hand,” is a phrase my students hear me constantly saying. “Good writers are usually avid readers,” is another of my favorite phrases. In this...
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Free Printable New Year Activities for Students, Grades 1–5

The beginning of the New Year is a great time for reflecting and setting goals. Here are three awesome printable New Year activities for students in grades 1–5.  Download a ...
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The Grammar Fir Tree Holiday Writing Activity, Grades 3–8

In this article you'll discover a fun holiday activity where students will write about traditions while focusing on key grammar elements. Plus, I've turned this holiday...
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Winter Holidays Around the World– Lesson Plans for Elementary Students

The holiday season is a great time to incorporate cultural awareness into instruction! With the "Winter Holidays Around the World" lesson plans,students will learn about...
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Winter Holiday Close Reading Lesson Plan, Grades 3–8

Using holiday-inspired texts in this close reading lesson plan keeps students engaged and motivated to keep learning. In this article, we'll explore how to use text-dependent...
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5 Team-Building Activities for High School Students

In this article, you'll discover how team-building activities benefit high school students, ways to ensure team-building activities will be successful, and a variety of...
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2022 Winter Olympics Vocabulary Activities for Kids

Are you and your students excited for the Olympic Winter Games? The Winter Olympics are especially exciting for me because they take place when school is in session. I find...
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Valentine's Day Vocabulary Worksheets Students Will Love

With February quickly approaching, it’s time to harness the excitement surrounding an upcoming calendar holiday to get students engaged in learning! In this article you’ll...
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Teacher New Year’s Resolutions You'll Actually Keep! [Free Worksheet]

As an educator, I’ve always appreciated that the second semester of school kicks off right after the New Year’s celebrations. It inspires me to reflect on the first semester...
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