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HOTS Reading Response Worksheets - Higher Order Thinking Skills
Higher order thinking reading response worksheets. Get your kiddos’ creativity flowing with this HOTS Reading Response Worksheet Pack. It is jam-packed with engaging and unique reading response activities which are designed to encourage students to use their higher order thinking skills while connecting with the text. All of the printables go with ANY fictional text which means they can be used all year round.
My Favorite FREE 1st grade math centers! (Blog Hoppin')
Determine the unknown whole number in an addition or subtraction equation relating three whole numbers." This activity could be included in math centers. It is a visual and interactive way to solve the provided problem.
Equality is what everyone gets what they need, not necessarily everyone gets the same amount/same thing.
25 Awesome Projects for Tween and Teen Boys (Ages 10 and Up)
I very seldom check mine but I know many others that would benefit from this.it's pathetic when grow people sit around and look like a bunch of teenage kids on their phones Technology has ruined grown ass people and kids.it's a damn shame.
A typewriter keyboard that attaches to your phone Bring back nostalgic memories. Enjoy this vintage keyboard while connecting wirelessly to any of your devices. Check it out Qwerkywriter Wireless Typewriter Keyboard
10 Places in Iceland to Connect with Earth and Nature
Have the students write down a text connections that they make during their independent reading time on a slip of construction paper, share, and then categorize them into the three text connections. Once categorized, connect them to create paper chains.
Improving Communication With Your Teen #Infographic
Many of us find it hard to communicate effectively with our teenagers. Most of the time misunderstandings lead to poor communication. Changing how we think can lead to better conversation with your teens.
This is a fun dice game that combines a simple connecting dots game with multiplication and division practice. It would be a fun game that children can do in groups to work on simple multiplication and division.