Looking Back [End of the Year Reflection]

Looking Back [End of the Year Reflection] Going to have Reagan do this every year, then make it into a book to give him at HS graduation.

An easy way to have K-2 students reflect at the end of each quarter.... coloring!!!

An easy way to have students reflect at the end of each quarter. LOVE how simple this would be to implement! I have GOT to get data notebooks from The CraZy Schoolteacher for this year!

I saw this on a facebook page and I thought it was a lovely idea to use as a Christmas or end of year present to the children in your class. Each one is personalised.

for those of you with the same class throughout the year and with younger kids, this is a great idea to show them that you appreciate each and every one of them.great for end of year gift to student/family.

Leader in Me Habit #2- Begin with the End in Mind This is a project description and rubric I created for my 5th graders. They are to create a colla...

This is a project description and rubric I created for my graders. They are to create a collage of pictures for their short term and long term goals. The project description includes materials needed, requirements, an example and a scoring rubric!

On Twitter newsfeed. Great end of term activity. Who can get the highest score?

Paper Airplane Target practice - This would be an appropriate quick break or earned time activity. Middle school boys always want to throw planes. Would need an "airport" to store the planes in.

Great for the End of the Year...review literary terms with this fun I Have...Who Has? game. Terms included are: themetone charactersettingpersonification punsimile allusion conflictplotverbal ironyclimax hyperbolemoodmetaphoronomatopoeiasituational ironypoint of viewanalogyalliterationinferencedramatic ironyimagerysymbolresolutionsuspense flashbackforeshadowingYou might also like: Figurative Language Color by Number Figurative Language Bundle Check out my store for more ...

Literary Terms I Have...Who Has? GAME

Great for the End of the Year...review literary terms with this fun I Have...Who Has? game. Terms included are: themetone charactersettingpersonification punsimile allusion conflictplotverbal ironyclimax hyperbolemoodmetaphoronomatopoeiasituational ironypoint of viewanalogyalliterationinferencedramatic ironyimagerysymbolresolutionsuspense flashbackforeshadowingYou might also like: Figurative Language Color by Number Figurative Language Bundle Check out my store for more ...

This grade on all chemistry, genetics, stats, and anatomy test this semester :)

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End of the year activities and memory book.

End of the year activities and memory book. I know this is a child's learning/activity page, but I really think it could be a cool journal page.

Looking for a fun way to review Reconstruction? These doodle notes cover the major points of Reconstruction from 1865-1877 in 2 pages. They are perfect for an end of unit review or mid-term or final exam review and a great background if your course picks up with American history from 1877. US History will come to life for your 8th, 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students! Middle school and high school approved! $

Reconstruction Doodle Notes

These doodle notes are a great and fun way to learn about Reconstruction! I love it because they are different and change of pace for notes. Students will hopefully enjoy this activity with different learning processes.

I’ve spent months, if not years, living out of a backpack. By the end of my…

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