Here's a super simple and fun project that you can have your students complete during your next novel study.  I call them "Matchbook Summaries," for lack of a better term, and they require little prep

Matchbook Chapter Summaries for Novel Studies (Got to Teach!)

Matchbook Chapter Summaries for Novel Studies - all you need is a file folder and folded pieces of construction paper! Students summarize each chapter on a "matchbook" foldable and, when they finish reading the books, they put together the folder.

During this project, students will first learn about growth mindset by reading an informational article about Carol Dweck’s work. Then, they’ll select a famous person in history with a growth mindset. They’ll choose from 14 famous leaders and pioneers in their fields for the basis of their research. Students will research their famous person as they respond to targeted research questions. While researching, they’ll be on the lookout for ways that the famous person had a growth mindset. Next…

Growth Mindset Research Projects - 3D Projects and Activities for Growth Mindset

During this project, students will first learn about growth mindset by reading an informational article about Carol Dweck's work. Then, they'll select a famous

Hello, friends!   It's Christmas break for me and I'm taking a few minutes to plan ahead for the new year!  Last year our first graders host...

How to Host a Tournament of Books in the Primary Classroom with help from your iPads! Great for March Reading Month!

Literary Jenga for grades 7-12 based on Bloom's Taxonomy and Depth of Knowledge

Literary Jenga: Reading Literature Game for ANY Novel Grades 7-12

Back to school writing, math, reading, projects, and more that are standards based, fun, and meaningful! $

Back to School Galore for Kinders: Photo Booth, Getting to Know You, and More

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