A set of 10 picture puzzles to use as a team building activity.
Review and reinforce eight possible roles for group work with this set of 2-in-1 reusable posters and desk cards.
A listening comprehension exercise and art activity rolled into one.
A fun game for students to explore positive and negative ways of reacting to situations.
A fun getting-to-know-you activity for back to school.
A fun game to play at the beginning of the year to explore appropriate and inappropriate behaviors.
A set of 24 threading activity cards.
A poster that explains the skills students need for a great oral presentation!
A set of 8 posters detailing student-led discussion strategies for your classroom.
A fun icebreaker activity to use at the beginning of a new school year.
An icebreaker game to play at the beginning of the year or when working on team building.
A getting to know you activity to use at the beginning of the year or when working on team building.
A fun icebreaker game to play at the beginning of the year.
A poster to scaffold appropriate behavior for students when listening in class.
A mask-making activity to use as an ice breaker when learning about team work.
A graphic organizer for students to use when categorizing sensory details.
A whole class active game that encourages creative thinking and teamwork.
A classroom display to encourage questioning in the classroom.
A groups acrostic poster outlining the expectations of group teamwork.
Higher Order Thinking signage material and page borders to use in conjunction with Bloom's Taxonomy.
Thinking Hats based on Dr. Edward de Bono's teachings.
This English unit addresses the purpose, structure and language features of the procedure text type.
This English unit addresses common poetic devices such as sound play, word play and imagery and explores how these may be applied to narrative poetry.
A 60 minute lesson in which students will develop a definition of poetry.
This English unit addresses the genre of opinion writing; specifically, how to write a well-structured opinion piece.
A 60 minute lesson in which students will investigate point of view in relation to a situation or issue.