Category Archives : 6th Grade


FREE MISC. LESSON – “Evaluate the teacher”

by Alicia Lykins

3rd – 10th Grade

 

 

Wouldn’t your kids have fun giving YOU a grade?

This is a quick form for kids to fill out letting you know how they feel about how the class is going. It gives them a chance to feel like their voice is being heard and gives us a chance to hear from those kids that may not always speak up. Plus it is a great way to find out about the climate of your classroom and allows us to step back and re evaluate our procedures and practices.

 

 

 

 

 

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FREE SCIENCE LESSON – “Blowing in the Wind Lab”

by From Chopsticks to Mason Jars

5th – 8th Grade

 

 

Students will investigate the effects of desertification on those areas that border desert biomes.

Uses sand, straws and clay.

 

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FREE MATH LESSON – “Metric Meter Posters”

by Quinnessential Lessons

4th – 6th Grade

 

 

These are a set of seven posters (kilometer, hectometer, dekameter, meters, decimeter, centimeter, and millimeter) – one set in color, the other in black and white.

Print, laminate and hang. These are a great reference for your students when they are tackling metric conversions.

I have also used them during whole group instruction – I pass out all seven posters and then have the seven students get themselves in the correct order at the front of the room. The students that are seated can help if they are having difficulty. Repeat until everyone has had a turn.

Any questions? Don’t hesitate to ask.

Kim

 

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FREE SOCIAL STUDIES LESSON – “US President Brain Breaks”

by The Primary Techie

Kindergarten – 6th Grade

 

 

This is a fun way to review presidents and get your kids up and movin’ at the same time. Choose movements for your kids to do as they say the name of each president – jumping jacks, punch out, and chair kicks are just a few ideas you can use. There are two speeds to choose from. With “click to advance”, you will control the speed. This is a good one to use if you want to discuss the presidents or just go slowly. If you choose this “auto advance”, transitions happen automatically. This is fun when you are doing the moves with your kids. Just start it and join in the fun!

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FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “Character Valentines: Fun for ELA 5-9”

by Spark Creativity

5th – 9th Grade

 

 

In this packet, you’ll find everything you need for a fun Valentine’s Day activity that works for any novel. Students will design and deliver valentines from one character to all the rest, then use their favorites to create a lovely display.

General Summary:
Divide students into groups and assign each group a character from the novel. Then give each group a mailbox handout, a box or bag or envelope (to use as a mailbox), a scissors, and the valentines. Each group will create a valentine for every other character from the perspective of their character and then deliver them into the mailboxes. Each group will read the valentines their character received and choose the two they think best reflect the characters’ relationship to share with the class and then hang up on the display.

What’s inside:

Mailbox Cover: Give each group a mailbox cover and have them fill it in with their character’s name. Then let them tape or staple it to the box, bag, or envelope they are using for a mailbox.

Example: You can print this out to show everyone before the activity if you wish. Stress that they are supposed to try to show their understanding of the characters in the novel through what they write on the valentines.

Valentines: There are eight blank valentines for each group. Have students fill in enough for however many characters you are using for the activity. Let students know that not all Valentine’s Day messages will be about love. Plenty of people send valentines to friends or relatives, or even, as in the example, people they don’t like.

Banner Letters: Print out these banner letters to spell “BE MINE”, cut them out, and hang them up on a patch of wall or a bulletin board. Then as each group shares their top two Valentines with the whole class, invite them to hang the pieces up under the banner for a great classroom display.

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FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “We Heart Books”

by Runde’s Room

3rd – 6th Grade

 

 

This fun little freebie celebrates the love of books. Included in this file is a Heart Art optical illusion activity and a We Heart Books writing activity which will be completed using a special website that will create student answers in a heart shape. We used this activity for Valentine’s Day, but the LOVE of books is something that can be celebrated at any time of the year.

 

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FREE MATH LESSON – “Why We Can’t Divide by Zero!”

by Scipi – Science and Math

5th – 8th Grade

 

 

One day, a student of mine, a mathphobic to be sure, asked, “Why can’t I divide by zero?” Promptly I gave him the answer that any good mathematician would. “You can’t divide by zero because 0 is undefined. It just cannot be done.” Well, that went over like a lead balloon; so, I knew it was time to sit and down and write out a plausible but understandable explanation that my students could understand.

That is what this two page free resource is – a sequential step-by-step explanation of why you cannot divide by zero. It starts off out by explaining what division is and how it relates to multiplication. It concludes with a simple visual to help the students remember the difference between 0 being in the numerator and 0 being in the denominator.

 

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FREE MISC. LESSON – “FREE: Valentine’s Day Critical Thinking Activity”

by Rachel Lynette

3rd – 6th Grade

 

 

Here is a fun activity to use with your students!

Happy Teaching,

Rachel Lynette

 

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FREE MISC. LESSON – “FREE Conversation Candy Hearts Clip Art for Valentines Day”

by SchoolBoxTreasures

2nd – 6th Grade

 

 

25 images of conversation candy hearts for this Valentines Day season!

Includes: Colored clip art, Blank Colored Clip Art, and a blank for adding your own color and words!

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Opinion Piece Bundle

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Opinion Piece Bundle

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

How to write an effective Opinion Piece Bundle includes:

-notes for students (What is an opinion piece? How do we write an opinion piece?…)
-work process sheets to help students organize their ideas
-an example of an effective opinion piece (an effective tool for teaching)
-a student self-evaluation and teacher evaluation

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Answer Key
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Free Super Hero Themed Parts of Speech Posters

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Super Hero Themed Parts of Speech Posters (FREE)

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

FREE Super Hero themed Parts of Speech Posters are a great visual way to teach students to remember the nature of words. This is a great addition to any language arts class.

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Sentences – Grammar Circles for easy and effective grammar

Parts of Speech Grammar Circles (Superhero Themed)

Total Pages
10
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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Adaptable Short Story Chart (adaptable to all works of fiction)

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Adaptable Short Story Chart (adaptable to all works of fiction)

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Adaptable Short Story Chart

This short story chart is perfectly adapted to all fiction (short stories, novels, plays….)

The document includes an explanation page as well as pages for students to complete.

It is excellent way to have students identify the different parts of plot.

It includes the following elements:
-narration
-Plot (initial situation, climax…)
-Setting
-Characterization
-Memorable quotes
-Themes

It’s teaching made easy!

Total Pages
3
Answer Key
Does Not Apply
Teaching Duration
N/A

FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “Valentine’s Day Bookmark Freebie”

by Teach Graphics

Pre-Kindergarten – 6th Grade

 

 

Need a unique gift for Valentine’s Day? Laminate these bookmarks, punch a hole at the end and add ribbon or give plain. Add a candy kiss for a sweet treat! Enjoy! Please leave feedback! Thanks!

 

 

 

 

 

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FREE MATH LESSON – “Math Workshop: Exit Ticket Poster”

by Spot On Teaching

Kindergarten – 6th Grade

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Closure is an extremely important, but often skipped, part of guided math. Students need time to reflect on the strategies they used during work time, ask questions, and discuss strategies with the class. This is also a great way to informally assess your students to guide your instruction.

Assign each student a number. They will write their reflection on a post it note and place it in the numbered box.

Tip: If you teach more than one class, use a different color post it note for each class.

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FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “RIP Said (Said is Dead) Synonyms Booklet”

by Cinnamon’s Classroom

Kindergarten – 12th Grade

 

 

Need an engaging way to get your students to replace the overused word ‘said’ (often referred to as a tired/boring/dead word).
This free sample of my Boring Words Interactive Notebook and Synonym Booklets Bundle is a FUN way to get students to expand their vocabulary and improve their writing.This free sample includes:
♦ foldable booklet with numerous synonyms for said
♦ “RIP SAID” tombstone
♦ Instructions on how to create a 3D tombstone
♦ Instructions on how to create a mini foldable book
♦ The synonyms within the book are grouped together based on meaning; and the words are illustrated to show this.
♦ The splash of color in each image helps students zero in on the part of the picture that highlights context.
♦ The illustrations not only serve to show students the meaning of a word, they serve to entertain and engage learners as well.

The paid version of this resource includes:
♦ 700 descriptive words
♦ a “RIP Dead Words” bulletin board decor pack
♦ 20+ mini picture thesauruses that come in 3 print options (foldables, small cards, large cards)
♦ an interactive notebook!

Take a closer look at the complete set HERE

The story behind picture thesauruses

I created my picture thesauruses as a way to solve a problem I was having in my classroom. I wanted my students to be more descriptive in their writing, but the traditional resource used for finding better words – a thesaurus – was just not working! Students would arbitrarily select a word from the long list provided, and often, the word selected was used incorrectly (ie. not in the right context).

I began to wonder… how could I show my class that each word in a thesaurus has a slightly different meaning? If only there were visuals to help students SEE the subtle differences between synonyms, I thought.

So I began working on solving these problems… and presto, my mini “picture thesauruses” (yep, that’s a term I made up) were born. Kid friendly! Fun! Interactive! Engaging! Easy to use!!!

How the books are organized and why:

My bundle of mini books (in the complete set) is based on THE 5 SENSES + EMOTIONS because I find that when students describe the look, smell, taste, sound or feel of an object, it just catapults their writing to a whole new level. Using precise vocabulary to describe emotions helps students add some ‘voice’ to their writing!If you want your students to expand their vocabulary, you can download the complete set HERE.

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FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “Making Text Connections Posters Reading Strategy ELA”

by James Whitaker

3rd – 9th Grade

 

 

Here are two free posters for Making Text Connections. Just Print and Post!

Check out my Making Text Connections Mini-Lesson and Graphic Organizers which includes 29 pages of unique resources! MakingTextConnectionsUnitResources

I also have a 17 slide PowerPoint Presentation on Making Text Connections MakingTextConnectionsPowerPoint

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FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON — A New Year’s Resolution

Diet! Exercise! Save money! Spend more time with family!

As their parents are making New Year’s resolutions, you can help your students make resolutions to become better students and/or better readers.

EASY TO USE!   EFFECTIVE!   HELPFUL!

These three self-help tests are designed so that students can easily recognize their weaknesses in study skills or and/or reading. They include simple instructions and space for a resolution at the end of the test. The self-help tests can be used in ALL grades, but an easier version is provided for grades 1 and 2.

Always useful! Always FREE!

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FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “Elaboration Mini-Lesson (FREE)”

by Jessica Osborne

3rd – 7th Grade

 

 

Elaboration Mini-Lesson – Use these slides in an elaboration mini-lesson to show students the difference between a story that lists events and a really good story that goes into details and has elaboration. I’ve found that sometimes students need an example of what it looks like to fix something that was done wrong rather than always being shown only the right way to do it. This is especially true when they are considering revision of their own writing. These can be used as a reminder before students begin writing, or even just before the revision step of the writing process on a story or essay that they think is already finished.

UPDATE: 11-3-14 A graphic organizer is now included which can be printed and given to students for analysis and elaboration on their own writing.

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FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “Literature Web Jobs”

by Lisa Pagano

2nd – 6th Grade

 

 

These Literature Web Jobs will make creating Literature Webs for any selection more fun and interactive for students in grades 2-6. I have taken each section of the Literature Web from the William & Mary Language Arts Curriculum for Gifted and High Ability Readers and created a “job” for each. Students work in teams of 5 to create a Literature Web for a piece of text. Jobs are the Key Word Wizard, Feelings Fanatic, Big Idea Banker, Image and Symbol Maker, and Structure Supervisor. Each card also contains helpful hints for students to remind them about the types of things they can include for their assigned section of the Literature Web.

 

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FREE SCIENCE LESSON – “Lab Equipment”

by Amy Brown Science

6th – 12th Grade

 

 

Lab Equipment and Data Analysis Skills

This lab covers the proper use of basic pieces of lab equipment and the data analysis skills of tabling and graphing. This lab is perfect all all science students at the beginning of each school year.

Topics covered by this lab:
• The Celsius Thermometer
• The Graduated Cylinder
• The Triple or Quadruple Beam Balance
• The Metric Ruler
• The Bunsen Burner
• Tabling, Graphing and Analyzing Data
• Making a Line Graph
• Making a Bar Graph
• Making a Circle Graph

This lab can be used with any type of science class that does lab work and with students in grades 6 through 12. I have found that my students come to me at the start of the school year with very different skill levels. I use this lab to insure that all students are quickly familiarized with my lab and learn (or review) how to use basic pieces of lab equipment. This lab teaches the use of 5 basic pieces of lab equipment: a graduated cylinder, a Bunsen burner, a meter stick, a thermometer, and a quadruple beam balance. Students will work with this equipment and answer basic questions.

Also included is basic data analysis skills. Students will construct a data table, a line graph, a bar graph, and a circle graph.

Your download will consist of 17 pages: a 7 page lab handout, a 4 page student worksheet, a 5 page answer key, and a 1 page teacher preparation sheet. The lab handouts include: Title, Introduction, Purpose, Materials, Procedure, Questions.

The pages are set up so that you can choose to have your students write their own lab reports, or you can use the enclosed student data worksheets.

Your download will include two versions of this lab: a pdf file and a Word document. Please feel free to make changes to the Word document to better meet the needs of your students.

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FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “FREE! 6 Regular Verb Tenses Practice Sheet”

by Juli Engel

4th – 7th Grade

 

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Give your students some repetition with the 6 English Regular Verb Tenses Practice Sheet!

Download Includes:
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FREE SCIENCE LESSON – “Intro to Ecology Reading Comprehension Worksheet”

by Science Health and PE Materials

5th – 9th Grade

 

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Use this worksheet as a warm up, do now activity or for general reading comprehension. This worksheet is free and is 1 of 13 handouts that is included in the Introduction to Environmental Science Workbook. The following topics are included in the Workbook:

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Page 1- Intro to Ecology (Free)
Page 2- Abiotic vs Biotic Factors (Free)
Page 3- What is an Ecosystem?
Page 4- Producers and Consumers
Page 5- The Food Chain
Page 6- Biomes
Page 7 – Niche
Page 8 – Habitat
Page 9 – Generalist vs Specialist
Page 10- Competition
Page 11 – Competitive Exclusion
Page 12- Mutualism in Extreme Environments
Page 13 – Energy in the Ecosystem

 

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FREE MATH LESSON – “Fact Families. All Operations.”

by Creating Light Bulbs

3rd – 6th Grade

 

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Fact Families SAMPLE.

This sample pack provides you and your students with the opportunity to try two high quality products covering all of the operations. The full products include all of the facts from 1-12, rainbow facts, leveled extension activities and blank sheets to create your own.

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FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “Prepositional Phrase Hunt and Bingo Game—Freebie!”

by Pirate Queen Teaching Treasures

4th – 6th Grade

 

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Here’s a fun way to review prepositional phrases and spread holiday spirit!

The Gingerbread Pirates by Krisitin Kladstrup is a nostalgic story with an adventurous spin for anyone who has baked holiday cookies and set them out on Christmas Eve for Santa. The adventure comes when the gingerbread cookies in the shape of pirates come to life! And yes, this book is enjoyable for intermediate students.

Gather your students around you and perhaps give gingerbread cookies for them to nimble on as you read the book to them. After reading, have students share with partners a family cookie or holiday tradition. Then remind your students that pirates love to hunt for treasure, and so they will go on a treasure hunt for prepositional phrases used in the book. Once the phrases are located and listed, play the Prepositional Phrase Bingo game.

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• Prepositional Phrases Recording Sheet
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• Commonly Used Prepositions Chart

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FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “New Year’s Resolutions Writing Activities for 2017”

by Mme R’s French Resources

5th – 12th Grade

 

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2017 Goals and resolutions writing activity for any class.
Great for middle school and high school
3 different writing activities to meet your needs!
1. Making a resolution and setting goals for the year
2. What I want to accomplish this year, what I want to improve, dos and don’ts list, what I can’t wait to do
3. Looking back on last year

Want a French version? Find it here:
New Year’s Resolutions – French version

Makes a great portfolio piece and a very cute bulletin board!
Happy New Year! Enjoy!
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December Teacher Talk

Posted by Deann Marin of Socrates Lantern

It’s December and time for our holiday version of Teacher Talk. Getting ready for Christmas, Chanukah, Kwanza and New Years, we have some great ideas for you. So hurry on over to see what these creative educators are doing this month.


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A Celebration of Values

By Retta London of Rainbow City Learning

Reasons and ways to incorporate values into your lessons this holiday season.

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Election Musings in December

By Deann Marin of Socrates Lantern

I came across this letter, written by a father to his children after the election. He said what is probably on many of our minds.

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Make Math FUN this Christmas!

Engage your students with these Christmas Math riddles worksheets! I began creating math riddles to make math more fun in my own classroom. I love hearing my students giggle as they solve the riddle at the end of the worksheet. Students solve problems, each problem has a letter assigned to it and the letters help to solve the riddle. It is a great way to combine fun and learning! Make math FUN!

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AAC From A to Z: A is for Aided Language Input

By Susan Berkowitz of Susan Berkowitz

If you are supporting an AAC user, you’ll want to watch this short video about using Aided Language Stimulation. This is the first step in implementing augmentative communication.

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Keeping Your Students Engaged After a Vacation Break

By Marcy Howe of It’s a Teacher Thing

Learn tips for re-engaging students after a vacation break.

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MAKING SENSE OF NUMBERS – BEYOND COUNTING

By Thia Triggs of Print Path

Many children enter kindergarten being able to rote count. What comes next? There are 5 key elements of number sense within a kindergarten age group. 

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Forging Connections By Studying Family

By Michelle Webb of Teaching Ideas for Those Who Love Teaching

Why Studying Family with young children is so important.

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My Top Five Christmas Read Alouds

By Lisa Robles of LisaTeachR’s Classroom

Here are my top five Christmas read alouds with some ideas fro activities.

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Four Quick Strategies to Check for Understanding

By Shametria Routt of the Routty Math Teacher

As teachers, we are constantly assessing our students and gathering formative assessment data to drive our instructional decisions. When we use student feedback and data to make decisions, we cut-down on the time spent teaching concepts and skills our students already know or aren’t quite ready for yet. Check out four quick strategies you can use today to check for your students’ understanding.

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3 Sure-Fire Ways to Keep Kids Moving for Math

By Kathie Yonemura of Tried and True Teaching Tools

Keep students on task and engaged! 3 math resources that get students up & moving, while practicing math skills.

An Existential Tug-of-War: Making Thinking Visible with Tuck Everlasting

By Tracy Willis of Wild Child Designs

This post explores critical thinking routines using Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt. It shows the diversity of thinking that can occur in one novel study with upper elementary students. 

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FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “Descriptive Paragraph”

by Omega English

1st – 10th Grade

 

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Descriptive Paragraph Package

This activity is perfect for an in class, HW, or as extension activity. It contains 6 pages of original photography that students can view and use to write their descriptive paragraphs. It includes instructions for activities, as well as images. You may use these images for lessons, resources, or for commercial use. No license is required; however credit must given. Thank you for choosing an Omega English product. Please visit my more store for more great lessons, activities, and bundles.

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Free Super Hero Themed Parts of Speech Posters

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Super Hero Themed Parts of Speech Posters (FREE)

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FREE Super Hero themed Parts of Speech Posters are a great visual way to teach students to remember the nature of words. This is a great addition to any language arts class.

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FREE MISC. LESSON – “No Bullies Allowed Playlets”

by Class around the Corner

2nd – 6th Grade

 

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These playlets are based on true stories about kids who have affected the lives of many children and adults alike.Use a real-life situation playlet to interact with your class on some important topics!

Each playlet can be presented in a matter of minutes; its purpose is to promote discussion about relevant issues in a fun way! Playlets can be done in class, on morning announcements, at parent and community functions.

In a Playlet, 4-5 students act out a short script. When the narrator says “FREEZE!” the characters become immovable while the students discuss what’s happening. Then the actors continue until the word “FREEZE!” occurs again. Discussion question posters are included.

The teacher is the director and guides discussion during EACH FREEZE. IF discussion gets lengthy, a fun thing to say to your actors is “UNFREEZE! AT EASE!” Then they can join in the discussion too!

You will see students with a strong understanding of bullying and disabilities awareness. Listen to their new conversations.

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FREE MISC. LESSON – “Winter Break Worksheet – Freebie”

by The SLT Scrapbook

Kindergarten – 7th Grade

 

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This free worksheet is designed for students to write and draw about what they did over the winter break.
Two versions of the worksheet are included- one with space for students to write about what they did and the other which specifies what they should draw about.
These are designed for use as a fun activity for students when they return to school after the winter break.

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