Do you ever wonder why your vision doesnt blur when you turn your head? How does reaction time work? Watch your students become scientists as they dig into these fascinating questions. By starting with the scientific phenomena, you'll be intrigued and excited to dig deeper into the whys and hows of each scientific concept.
Are you interested in teaching your students about the Habits of Mind? This set includes posters for each of the 16 Habits of Mind. They can be printed and laminated and hung in your classroom and/or printed and laminated and put on a ring where students can flip through the cards in order for students to learn more about each habit, review the habits or to focus on a specific habit.
Four books highlighted with read aloud, standard based discussion questions, class culture building activities to start the year, and journal responses.Plans to Accompany Books Include...-Develop Rules & Gain Buy In-Get to Know Each Other as Individuals-Being Present and Mindfulness in the Classroom
A School Rally Pop-Rock Song--PERSONALIZED with YOUR SCHOOL's NAME IN EVERY CHORUS! Ideal for back-to-school, classroom sing-along, assembly shows, graduation, dance festivals, sports events, ceremonies, video productions, school dances, daily aerobics, and more…Includes a KARAOKE version.
As the school year winds down it is nice to have students reflect on their year! This memory book includes a cover page and writing pages that will provide students with a way to think back on their year and write about some of their favorite memories.
This unit bundle is filled with over 80 pages/slides of fun activities, differentiated instruction, lesson plans, projects, graphic organizers, vocabulary instruction, assessments, writing pieces, and literary device activities. The unit is directly aligns to the Robert Fitzgerald translation of the Odyssey often found in 9th grade literature anthologies.
This lesson allows students the opportunity to actively determine whether a map (2D) or globe (3D) is more accurate. Students will be peeling an orange in order to provide justification for their answers. They will also be able to practice identifying the major latitude and longitude lines of the Earth.