Hockey, home runs, and helmets: your next sports-themed reading unit is here! Twelve tasks invite young readers to match unscramble sports words, create categories, count vowels and consonants, mark syllables, alphabetize words in the...
Begin the year with an emphasis on the NGSS practice standards. The resource provides an 8x10 size poster for each standard. When hung in a classroom, learners have a consistent reminder of what it means to be a scientist.
A pre-made letter is ideal for parents to use if their child is being bullied. The template comes with a brief overview for implementation, as well as two separate 504 and IEP templates to address bullying instances. Use the document...
Free Printable Behavior Charts
Involve kids in the care of pets at home or in the classroom by assigning tasks using these pet care charts The list of tasks are recorded on a matrix in the left-hand column and the days of the week are indicated in the first row of...
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Now, there, of, and say are the sight words in focus in a printable packet in which you can use all, or some, of the activities to reinforce your early readers' sight word proficiency.
It can be frustrating for a child and teacher alike when a problem behavior arises over and over in a classroom. Analyze when, where, and why the behavior is occurring with a questionnaire, in which educators mark the percent of the time...
People won't let me finish talking!...I hate the lunch room...Leave my name alone! Explore a variety of problems learners can face on a daily basis, and use this game to have pupils determine the best ways to answer those situations.
Looking for a way to compile data based on behavior interventions? This spreadsheet can help you out! You type in up to five behaviors and five interventions and tally whenever a behavior or intervention is used. The spreadsheet...
All Things PLC
Talk about a quantum shift in educational thinking. The shift in attitudes toward the fundamental purposes, the shifts in the use of assessments, the shift in the response of educators when students don't learn, the shift in the work of...
Support pupils who struggle with changes, trying new ways of doing things, or seeing the perspectives of others using this set of activity cards and panels. Designed for learners on the autism spectrum, this activity will provide...
What are the unwritten rules of formality in different social situations? Help learners identify when it is the appropriate time to be silly, funny, or serious with this collection of illustrated panels and cards.
Emotions come in all shapes and sizes, and can be difficult for young learners or students with special needs to identify. Support them in gaining the valuable social skill of recognizing emotions and understanding empathy with this...
If your pupils have difficulty producing the appropriate voice volume in various settings or respecting personal space, refer to this "control-o-meter" device. This resource includes materials to create three meters for you to clearly...
Priming and shaping, two teaching strategies used to prepare kids for upcoming activities, are detailed in this resource that models how to prepare kids for a trip to the supermarket. Activities include creating a shopping list, matching...
Learners with autism examine a series of cards with drawings and photographs of knights and ladies, and then sort the images onto printed pages labeled "boys" and "girls." All the figures are dressed in courtly attire.
Here's a must-have resource for primary classrooms. The 144-page resource is packed with ideas, tips, suggestions, templates, worksheets, graphic organizers, and activities, all with a September theme. The calendar even notes special...
The behavior traffic light, a reward system designed to motivate children to control their own behavior, focuses on rewarding kids for behaving appropriately. Behaviors "in the green" earn rewards and privileges, while behaviors "in the...
Do you have trouble remembering all of your new pupils' names at the beginning of each school year? Here are seven handy ideas that you can try out when faced with a whole new group of names to memorize.
Journey of a Substitute Teacher
Partners and Groups become acronyms on these posters that encourage kids to respect others, stay on task, participate actively, ask questions, and more when working with others.
Erica Made Designs
Set up each pupil's desk with one of these back-to-school printables. Each desk decoration includes a line to write in the individual's name as well as a copy of the alphabet, complete with arrows and numbers that show learners how to...
Spiff up your classroom walls with three adorable templates! Each hot air balloon, puzzle piece, or surfboard can be decorated by a teacher or pupil and pinned up on the wall to create a cute class display.
The seaside is the inspiration for an adorable set of classroom rules that you can post around your classroom. The set includes four general rules, each of which is paired with an ocean-themed image and a colorful border.
Some parent/guardian contact forms are just better than others. This one is great. Respectful, informative, complete, this communication form even includes an assurance that the information will not be shared.