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  • blank form for organizing facts and opinions on any topic; landscape orientation, primary lines
  • Fact or opinion lesson with a frog theme.
  • This thorough unit is packed with information about some of the most common fallacies: how to spot them, and how to avoid them.
  • This exercise reviews Civil War history and gives students practice in differentiating fact and opinion at the same time.
  • Categorical syllogisms, illicit majors, equivocation, amphiboly, and more... it sounds tricky, but this unit clears away the confusion.
  • A good introduction before starting any science or research project.
  • This writing prompt uses a quote from John F. Kennedy as a starting point.
  • June 12th is Anne Frank's birthday. A brief introduction to the writer is followed by several quotes for students to write a response; suggestions for framing the response are included.
  • "He thinks about it all the time. He even has bad dreams about it!" A fictional reading comprehension designed to help teach students character education. Reflective short answer questions can be used for discussion or writing practice.

  • Paragraph and essay writing assignment for middle school, junior high and high school students. Writing and following directions are important skills to have when putting something together, repeating an experiment, or learning new techniques. This activity helps students describe an animal behavior that helps it survive. One of many focused and fun creative writing offerings available in the Zoo Theme Unit.
  • Directions for interviewing a classmate with form of five questions to ask and fill out. Back to school theme.
  • Directions for conducting an interview with form for writing questions and answers; back to school theme.
  • This packet contains an overview, for both parents and teachers, of the common core standards for fourth grade math. 18 student-friendly posters describe the standards in easy to understand terms. Checklist included.

  • Use this short fictional shapebook about Dolly's adventures to aide in comprehension and thinking skills. Common Core: ELA: RL.K.1.1-3, RL.1.1-3

  • Use this short nonfictional shapebook to teach young students about Groundhog Day. Includes questions to check comprehension and thinking skills. Common Core: ELA: RL.K.1-3, RL.1.1-3

  • This Problem Solving Cards - Set C Clip Art is perfect to practice word problem skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Problem Solving Cards - Set C Clip Art. A set of problem solving cards with 6 different scenarios.;
  • Seven colorful math mats and cards for practice in multiplying and dividing by grouping, using a table, and finding unknown numbers (variables). Printable manipulatives are included or you can use erasers or counters. CC: Math: 3.OA.A.1-4, B.5-6, C.7, D.8-9

  • This STEM Clip Art is perfect to practice STEM skills. Your elementary grade students will love this STEM Clip Art. This cute set of posters can be used for your STEM bulletin boards, learning centers, report covers and more.
  • Use this 'Book: Flowers for Algernon (middle)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Book: Flowers for Algernon (middle)'. Combining critical thinking and comprehension skills with a strong student-driven approach to the different types of intelligence, this double unit is a fantastic enhancement for Daniel Keyes' modern classic tale of intelligence gained and lost. This is one of many book lessons on our member site.
  • Use this 'Spelling: Cowboys (upper elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Spelling: Cowboys (upper elem)'. Using the lyrics to the folk song "Doney Gal" as a backdrop, this unit builds spelling and vocabulary skills while developing critical thinking abilities.
  • Use this 'Book: Clifford's First Sleepover (primary/elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Book: Clifford's First Sleepover (primary/elem)'. When Emily Elizabeth goes to her grandparents' for a sleepover, she thinks she is leaving her small red puppy behind. There are lots of funny surprises in store when Clifford sneaks into her suitcase! This unit accompanies the book to enhance students' reading comprehension and vocabulary skills.

  • "Based on the chapter titles, what type of book is this? Why do you think so?" Students use skills of decoding and predicting to learn about a book via the table of contents (featured table of contents: A Wrinkle in Time).
  • This Problem Solving (color) Sign is perfect to practice problem solving skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Problem Solving (color) Sign. Classroom sign, Problem Solving, illustrated with a girl and thinking bubble.
  • Can the geese trap the fox before he reaches the other side of the board? Fox and Geese is a traditional abstract strategy game from Northern Europe. Similar to checkers, but in this game one player moves the fox and the other player moves seventeen geese. A great STEM game that students will find challenging and fun! Laminate the board and player pieces to use again and again.

  • Can you get 3 in a row before your opponent? Nine holes is a traditional abstract strategy game from England that has been played since the middle ages. Similar to tic-tac-toe, the objective is to line up your playing pieces three in a row. A great STEM game that students will find challenging and fun! Laminate the board and player pieces to use again and again.

  • Can you block your opponent? Pong Hau K'i is a a traditional abstract strategy game from China. As simple as tic-tac-toe, but in this game the objective is to trap your opponent so they can no longer move. A great STEM game that students will find challenging and fun! Laminate the board and player pieces to use again and again.

  • Can you capture your opponent's pieces? Watermelon Chess is a traditional abstract strategy game from China. Easier than traditional chess, the objective of this game is to captrure your opponent's pieces and block further moves. A great STEM game that students will find challenging and fun! Laminate the board and player pieces to use again and again.

  • Can you capture your opponent's pieces by forming 3-in-a-row? Merels, also known as Nine Mens Morris, can be traced back to 1400 B.C Egypt, and was popular in ancient Rome and medieval Europe. Each players' objective is to form a  3-in-a-row "mill" which allows them to remove an oppoinent's piece. A great STEM game that students will find challenging and fun! Laminate the board and player pieces to use again and again.

  • Can the leopards trap the tiger before he captures them? Tiger and Leopards is a traditional game from Thailand, also known as Len Choa. Similar to checkers, but in this game one player moves the tiger and the other player moves six leopards. A great STEM game that students will find challenging and fun! Laminate the board and player pieces to use again and again.

  • Can the goats trap the tigers before they are captured? Tigers and Goats, or Bagha Chal, is a traditional abstract strategy game from Nepal. Similar to checkers, but in this game one player moves four tigers and the other player moves twenty goats. A great STEM game that students will find challenging and fun! Laminate the board and player pieces to use again and again.