Wednesday, September 30, 2020


by Curriculum Craze
Kindergarten - 5th Grade

Three word maps that can be used with any vocabulary or concept words you are teaching.

Word Maps by Amy Grout is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

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Tuesday, September 29, 2020

FREE MATH LESSON - “Multiplication: 4 Times Tables Movie”

by The Cool Learning Library
2nd - 5th Grade

A fun way for students to learn and practice their multiplication tables! This particular movie is for the the 4 times tables - from 0 to 12. With fun music and moving photos in the background, a multiplication problem from the 4 times tables is flashed on the screen and after a few seconds the answer appears so that students can self-check. The movie is in the form of a Quick Time movie and will run on its own without teacher interaction. The length of the movie is 1 minute, 28 seconds. Students love these movies and I have used them for a fun, competitive team game by hooking up my laptop to a projector or Smart Board, or for individual student independent practice. Included are some screen shots of what the movie looks like. If you like this, check out my listing for a PDF Portfolio with all 12 times tables videos...see product listing, with a free preview, here:
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Monday, September 28, 2020

FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON - “Adjective Graphic Organizer (FREE)”

by Jessica Osborne
2nd - 7th Grade

Adjectives! These wheels are used to help students practice creating interesting adjectives to describe nouns. The first page has the nouns listed for the students to describe as well as an example of what choosing an "interesting" adjective looks like. For example, "giant" instead of "big," and "emerald" instead of "green". The second page allows their imagination to lead them to choosing their own nouns to describe.

A group discussion after completing the first page would allow students to compare answers and share reasons for their adjective choices before going on to the second page on their own. This often leads to the students striving for even better, higher quality adjective choices on the second page.

Move on toward using adjectives in their writing with Adjectives Exploration!

While working on adjectives, you'll also love these fun Parts of Speech Search Game Sheets or my holiday themed Adjectives Games Bundle!

-Character Analysis Graphic Organizer: SLATE Chart (for any book)
-Graphic Organizer: Note Taking for any novel (EEQ-Event/Emotion/Quote)
-Character Traits Exploration: Cards, Graphic Organizer, Writing Activities

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Sunday, September 27, 2020

FREE MATH LESSON - “FREEBIE Fraction Flip Partner Activity (Comparing Fractions)”

by Smith Curriculum and Consulting
4th - 6th Grade

A new and engaging matching activity using Fractions perfect for ANY classroom!

Included in this FREEBIE:

- Teacher Preparation Directions
- Student Directions for the Activity
- Fraction Cards (1/2 through 11/12 and 1 whole) in Black and White for ink-saving printing

Aligned to TEKS 4.3d and Common Core State Standards (CCSS) 4.NF.2.

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Saturday, September 26, 2020

FREE MATH LESSON - “Candy Corn Fun FREEBIE - Sort & Tally”

by Mrs Thompson's Treasures
Pre-Kindergarten - 1st Grade

Students love using candy to practice skills!

  • You will need to have some Autumn Mix candy to do this sort and tally activity! This is the mix of candy corn, Indian corn, and pumpkins!

  • Comes in color and black and white.

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Friday, September 25, 2020

FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON - “FREE Writing Quote of the Week Collection”

by Secondary Sara
4th - 12th Grade

This collection of 41 writing quotes gives you one quote per week in the school year, with a few to spare! Inspire your writers with fresh "food for thought" on why writing is important and enjoyable.

The quotes are mostly general thoughts on writing by famous authors or people, but a few are direct quotes from books, including:

• Stephen King

• Ernest Hemingway

• Mark Twain

• Michael Crichton

• Dr. Suess

• Many others!

With this list of quotes, you can:

• Project the quote on a SMARTboard or screen for discussion, or as the basis of a written response.

• Print the PPT in black and white or color, and spiral bind it so you have a ready-made book of quotes to display in your room year after year!

• Laminate individual pages as posters or weekly inspiration.

You might also enjoy my FREE Reading Quote of the Week download!

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• Essay Mega Bundle

• Five Paragraph Essay BUNDLE

• Intro to Debate ELA Unit

• Bundle of 10 "Short Research Projects" - Volume I

• Public Speaking Activity, "15 Minutes of Fame"


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Thursday, September 24, 2020

Wednesday Weekly 5 Under $5 - 9/23/20

 Every week I put together a list of 5 great products from members of The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs Marketing Cooperative (TBOTEMC) with the requirement that each product must be less than $5.  With a variety of subjects and a wide range of grades, there just might be something that you can use, so continue to read below and see!

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By Primarily Learning
Vocabulary, ESL; Grades K-1

These Beginning L Blend Picture Sorts are great for Guided Reading, Small Group Instruction, and Literacy Centers! Have you been looking for something to help kids hear and record the two sounds that start a word? Included: colorful pictures, peg-it cards, a cut & paste sorting activity, words & charts! (K-1, ESL)

By Reading Spotlight
Grammar, ESL; Not Grade Specific

Perfect for the new school year! Grade 6-12 students can review grammar skills while reading interesting stories about how many popular sports developed. Individual and class charts for error analysis analyze student strengths and weaknesses to help focus skill instruction. Grammar does not have to be boring!

By Believe to Achieve by Anne Rozell
Math; Grades 2-5

Are you looking for a fun way for students to practice the multiplication facts 2's to 12's? This resource will delight your students as they solve the multiplication facts and color the picture based on the code! This resource is great for morning work, homework, tutoring or early finishers!

Vocabulary, Back to School; Grades K-3

This is a fun back to school Digital Boom Card™ activity that practices visual discrimination, positional words, vocabulary, and critical thinking. Search and find hidden objects with the magnifying glass in order to solve the mystery of the missing teacher.

By Kamp Kindergarten
Reading, Autumn, Phonics; Grades K-1

In this apple themed digital task card deck your little learners select the correct picture for the CVC word. Digital task cards an engaging way to learn in your classroom or in distance learning situations. Boom Cards™ are exciting, interactive, and fun! This paperless phonics resource works well for apple, autumn/fall, Johnny Appleseed, or farm themes, but may also be used at any time during the year.

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