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  • Find your perfect college! College Planning - FREE

    College Planning - FREE

    Engage students in the college readiness selection process with this interactive, small/whole group lesson plan to help uncover what type of college is best--small or large. 8 slides include: Differences between small & large...

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  • Operations With Integers Poster / Anchor Chart

    Operations With Integers Poster / Anchor Chart

    This is a quick, small poster that I made for my middle school students who were still struggling with the rules for solving problems with integers. They were especially struggling with keeping the two sets separate in their heads, wanting to use the...

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  • Farm Animal Family Name Practice

    Farm Animal Family Name Practice

    Learning all the correct names for our animals can be confusing. I use this activity with my ESL students to teach them the general name for 9 farm animals as well as what we call the male, female, and baby of each animal family. There are 9 mats, one...

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  • Green Eggs and Ham Sort Activities Bundle Green Eggs and Ham Sort Activities Bundle

    Green Eggs and Ham Sort Activities Bundle

    This bundle combines my Green Eggs and Ham rhyming cards, alphabetical order activity, and contractions practice into one product for a nice discount. There is also a Google Slides digital sort version available for distance learning. Green...

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  • Open Compound Nouns Dominoes

    Open Compound Nouns Dominoes

    We practice compound nouns a lot, but how often do we talk about open compounds? My students tend to have trouble identifying open compounds as nouns. They like to label them as two separate nouns or, more often, as an adjective and a noun. I created...

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  • Open Compound Nouns Memory

    Open Compound Nouns Memory

    We practice compound nouns a lot, but how often do we talk about open compounds? My students tend to have trouble identifying open compounds as nouns. They like to label them as two separate nouns or, more often, as an adjective and a noun. I created...

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  • The Tie That Binds: Conjunctions

    The Tie That Binds: Conjunctions

    This activity allows students to practice putting sentences together with the correct conjunction (and, but, or, so). There are 24 sentences in the activity and they can be used several different ways. My favorite is number 5! It takes a bit of extra...

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