Free Gettysburg Address Graphic Organizer | Printable PDF Worksheet & Answer Key
FREE printable and digital graphic organizer for students to analyze Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address - Add this activity to your Civil War curriculum, use it for Presidents Day, or connect it to a public speaking lesson!
Free Printable PDF | COPS Editing Checklist
Use this free COPS checklist for peer or independent editing! It's perfect for teaching students how to edit their writing!
7 Quick Tips for Student Biography Projects
Teacher tips for making your student biography projects more successful! Use these helpful tips with students in upper elementary, middle, and high school!
10 Must-Read Historical Fiction Books for Kids
10 Must-Read Historical Fiction Books for Kids in Upper Elementary and Middle School. A fun and engaging way for kids to learn about history and gain a greater appreciation for the world around them.
How to Help Students Choose Books They Will Enjoy Reading
Use this simple strategy to pick books your students will love and get them excited about reading!
Improve Student Writing with COPS: A Simple Strategy for Editing
Teach students how to edit their writing with the COPS editing checklist! This simple strategy works for peer and independent editing. Create an editing checklist anchor chart to use with students in elementary and middle school!
Presidents Day Activity for Elementary and Middle School Students
This engaging read aloud and directed drawing is a perfect activity for Presidents Day! Teach students in elementary and middle school about the life of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln with this fun lesson.
How to Write an Argumentative Essay for Students with Examples
Argumentative writing format and organization for students and teachers. A step-by-step guide for writing an argument essay with descriptions and examples.
20 Argumentative Essay Writing Topics for Upper Elementary and Middle School Students
Engaging and relevant argumentative essay topics for students in upper elementary and middle school. This list of 20 argument writing prompts is appropriate for students in 5th - 8th grades.
Martin Luther King Day Writing Prompts for Elementary and Middle School
Celebrate Martin Luther King Day with a student-centered writing activity. This engaging activity allows students in upper elementary and middle school to make a connection to Martin Luther King and the Civil Rights Movement, while strengthening skills in narrative, explanatory, and opinion writing.
Free Goal Worksheet and Happy New Year Coloring Pages For Kids
This FREE New Year's goals worksheet is perfect for your students to complete after winter break! Make goal-setting fun this January with doodles!
One Word Project Activities and Examples for Students
Inspire students in upper elementary, middle, and high school to achieve their goals with a structured One Word Resolution project. A Word of the Year activity is a great way to encourage a growth mindset, while teaching students how to set and accomplish their goals.
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