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Nursery Rhyme Mysteries- used in a 4th grade classroom.

Latin Roots - Concentration Cards with classroom games for #CommonCore $ 4th and 5th Grade

FREE About Me Banner - This Back to School About Me Banner is the perfect way for students to get to know each other better. Attach the banners to a ribbon or string and you will have an instant display piece for a hallway or classroom wall. This banner was designed with upper elementary grade students in mind. Students will want to decorate the many design elements included on this attractive banner.

Awesome board- for older grades. It is organized, bright and full with information.

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Response to Intervention Forms FREEBIE

FREE-Response to Intervention Forms FREEBIE....Special Education, Early Intervention Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th Professional Documents, Classroom Forms..roviding interventions for students is challenging enough. These forms make documentation easier. Blanks allow you to fill in assessments that are relevant to your school and grade level. 8 pages...

Start your classroom’s day with a humorous and surprising poem perfect for 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders. Whether read for pure fun or used to teach...

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The Westing Game: A Novel Study

The Westing Game is a wonderfully intriguing mystery and a great novel study for upper elementary and middle school students. This blog post is chock full of ideas, activities and lesson plans to bring this book to life in your classroom!

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Mother's Day Readers' Theater and Activity Packet (includes 8 bonus activities)

This readers' theater activity bundle will make your Mother's Day classroom activities a cinch to plan! It includes a Readers' Theater script for 22 students. (It can easily be altered to include more parts.) It also includes fun graphing and writing activities.

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Understanding Plagiarism: Lesson Plan + PowerPoint + Student Activities

High school students will be able to define and identify different types of intentional and unintentional plagiarism. They will also brainstorm reasons why people plagiarize works and the consequences that can apply if caught. They will also be able to determine why plagiarism is damaging to their academic careers (beyond failing grades).