A poster outlining six effective ways to start an open-ended question.
Display and use this teaching resource in the classroom as a reminder for students to start their open-ended questions with:
Encourage your students to proofread and edit their writing using the C.O.P.S. and A.R.M.S acronym with a pair of printable writing anchor charts.
Display this water cycle diagram when teaching about the continuous movement of water above and on the surface of the Earth.
A set of 9 annotated poetry anchor charts to use when introducing structured forms of poetry.
Differentiate between different forms of energy by displaying this poster pack in your classroom.
Display information about birds, mammals, amphibians, fish, and reptiles with this poster pack.
Demonstrate the concept of fractions on a number line with a printable number line display and student reference sheets.
Use this printable place value chart filled with different ways to represent a number in your classroom.
Display information about different types of natural disasters with this poster pack.
Recall the steps to find the greatest common factor of a set of numbers with this math reference sheet.
Add this anti-bullying poster for the classroom to your bullying prevention toolkit and teach your students five resilience strategies to respond to bullying behavior.