Turn 10 classic, G-rated movies into effective learning opportunities for your students! See the preview file for a free, editable, teacher lesson plan for using a movie guide and seamless ask a substitute teacher to use this resource. These movie guides are great for: 1) substitute lessons since they are G-rated and shouldn't require a permission slip from students 2) a way to sprinkle some education into a classroom movie viewing party 3) Stress free activities before holiday breaks 4) ...
There are always adversities in life, it is important to build resilience and growth mindset in kids to stay strong during difficult times in life. These movies are great stories teaching kids life lessons and coping skills, good for kids of all ages, from preschool to elementary school to high school.
This Mary Poppins mega pack is practically perfect in every way! No prep worksheets, activities and coloring sheets mean you can print and go straight to the classroom with them. Great to leave for a sub, but meaty enough for you to teach too! Designed to work with the movie musical but could be adapted to other versions.
An engaging literature unit for the novel, A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'Engle. Includes comprehension questions, vocabulary, graphic organizers, writing journals, and novel projects for the students. Chapter notes, rubrics and answer keys are provided for teachers. Perfects for grades 5, 6 and 7!
Are you looking for an engaging unit to use while teaching your students about the American Revolution? You've found it! This unit contains lesson sheets, lesson activities, primary source analysis sheets, secondary source analysis sheets, a Revolutionary individuals and groups section, a scoot game, and a unit test.
Can’t get enough of Moana? Sharing with your guys 23 pages of Free Printable: Moana Activity and Coloring Sheets. Enjoy 23 pages of Free Moana Coloring Sheets, Free Moana connect the dots and maze game, free printable Moana matching game and bookmarks, and a Moana tutorial – design your own Kakamora, etc. You can still …
This free resource is a creative way for students to compare the novel, A Wrinkle in Time, to the movie. These graphic organizers will help students compare characters, settings and events in Madeleine L'Engle's novel and the film. Includes a variety of activities to choose from, while covering important learning standards.