Oh my, I cannot express how much I LOVE Halloween! I love everything about it from the tasty treats to picking out a Halloween costume and decorating the house/classroom. I don't believe there is anything I don't like about it. Creating Halloween activities is also included in the list of things I love. Here are a couple of FREE Halloween worksheets for you. The first one is a sentence writing activity where students write a descriptive sentence for each picture. There are so many ... Read More about Halloween Freebies
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We all have those moments during back the first couple of weeks where we need a filler activity. This free back to school word scramble puzzle is a sample of my Back to School Unit. I use it almost every year and the kids LOVE it. To get a copy for yourself, just click on the picture!!! An answer key is also included :) Cheers, ... Read More about Terri’s Teaching Treasures’ Back to School Free Puzzle
Pool noodles seem like pretty much a summer swimming activity, but it turns out there are lots of ways to use pool noodles for DIY crafts! You can make lots of fun kids' learning solutions by bringing the summer into your classroom - no matter what the temperature outside. Keep reading for a few suggestions... Where can I buy pool noodles? You can buy pool noodles seasonally in pretty much every big box store and the dollar store. In the off-season if you are a northern, you will ... Read More about Learning Luau!
Gratitude! It is something we all look to practice a bit more in our lives, so we are offering this fun, free Thanksgiving freebie! Perfect to fill in time at the end of a language arts lesson pack, or to soak up a few extra minutes of class time before and after the Thanksgiving holiday. Want your kids to consider the idea of gratitude while they work their brains? I think we have just the right thing for you! We created this Thanksgiving activity for elementary and middle school students ... Read More about Thanksgiving Gratitude Quote – Perfect for Elementary and Middle School Kids
Do your middle school students need a boost after the winter break? Have you been wanting to teach a growth mindset but are unsure where to start? Start here with our collection of unique growth mindset activities that can be used as bell ringers, warmups or individual exercises for your early finishers. It's the perfect way to find that growth mindset inspiration this winter -- all with Common Core alignment, fun puzzles, and best of all, lovely prizes! This collection is a "deep ... Read More about Growth Mindset Activities – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.