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Knock, Knock Who’s there? Skeletons from the past I think to myself and swim to the door How could this be, I threw it in the trash I crawl in fear as I drop to the floor

Shakespeare and brain activity--share with class when we begin Shakespeare unit!

The music of Shakespeare is food for thought

Shakespeare and brain activity. I already knew Shakespeare was good for the brain, but this study has brain scans, and brain scans are cool.

Shakespeare- book Also a great Warhol style picture idea for shirts

Oxford Professors Bust 30 Great Myths About Shakespeare

Decorate and educate with this display of the marks commonly used by young writers as they complete the editing step of the writing process. It's over 5 1/2 feet tall. The teacher's guide contains a variety of creative extension activities.

Editor's Marks Colossal Poster

editor's marks - great to print and display in writers' notebooks, and to share with critique groups