Tag Archive: Foldable Graphic Organizer

Sep 01

Free Activities for Greek and Latin Roots

  Teach students Greek and Latin roots with short [10-minute] daily activities. The Routine Monday [Day 1] Introduce the “Root Word of the Week” by using the anchor chart. Students complete the first page of their practice booklet by writing the meaning of the root word and listing words containing the root during the discussion. Tuesday …

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Dec 03

Geometry Bulletin Boards

   Oh Geome-tree Students really enjoyed creating this bulletin board. Not only was it quick and easy to put together, the finished product looks great!  3D Figures This project was super simple to create, yet an effective learning tool. Students created the 3-D figures by assembling mini marshmallows and toothpicks. The completed figures were glued onto …

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Aug 20

Math Resources ~ Place Value

One of my summer projects is to organize my math materials so that I will be better prepared to teach a math class next year. While going through my materials, I found a number of resources I felt would be useful to others. I am providing them in a series of blog posts. If you …

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Jul 16

Math Resources ~ Math Properties

  At the end of the year, I learned that I have been assigned one math class for next year. Because of this, one of my summer projects is to organize the math materials I have created. This blog post is the result of some of that organizing. If you like this post, be sure …

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Jun 17

Ten Interesting Facts . . . . . The Revolutionary War

      #1 ~~ Get a printable version of these interesting facts by clicking here. #2  ~~ Get this free foldable organizer here.   Looking for additional resources? Try these. Revolutionary War Pages at Book Units Teacher Website Revolutionary War Page at Pinterest  Revolutionary War Lap Book at Teacher Pay Teacher Store BlogLovin’  

Dec 08

Sound Devices ~~ Alliteration, Rhyme, and Onomatopoeia

  As I was looking through some lesson plans to decide what to share in this post, I came across two lesson plans I had created for my 2012/2013 school year observations. These were created for my “unannounced” observation. Since I wasn’t sure which class the observation would take place, I planned lessons for an entire day. …

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Sep 01

Ten Interesting Facts . . . . The Constitution

  1. Philadelphia The Constitutional Convention was held in Philadelphia from May 25 to September 17, 1787. At this time, Philadelphia was the largest city in North America. The population was 40,000 people. The city had 7,000 street lamps, 33 churches, 10 newspapers, and a university. The convention was held at the Pennsylvania State House. …

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Jun 26

Ten Interesting Facts . . . . The American Civil War

  1. In August 1863, while Abraham Lincoln was heading home from the White House someone took a shot at him. The bullet went through his hat. Lincoln asked the guards to keep the incident quiet because he did not want to worry his wife. 2. The first confrontation of the Civil War took place …

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