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What Would You Change About Your School?

For Students 8th - 12th
Have your young writers speak their minds with a letter to the principal. Using a writing prompt at the top of the page, kids think about a change that they would like to see at their school. The prompt encourages them to consider...
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What is a Variable?

For Teachers 6th - 12th
A variable is just a symbol that represents a number. In algebra, these symbols are usually letters. The most common letters used in algebraic equations are a, b, c and x, y.
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Introduce /f/

For Teachers Pre-K - K
Hook your scholars by drawing a large f on the board; do they know what letter this is? Once you've demonstrated the sound it makes, use these tips to help them make the same sound. Although the audio function is neat, it may not be...
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Character Education: Honesty

For Teachers K - 5th
Primary learners read Holly Keller’s That’s Mine, Horace, analyze the text and characters, and sequence the story. After discussing the experiences Walter encounters once he tells a fib, class members use a character analysis worksheet...
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Make a Van Gogh-Style Self-Portrait

For Students 4th - 7th
Learn by doing! Young artists try their hand at creating their own self-portraits in the style of Vincent van Gogh. This worksheet contains a brief explanation of the essential qualities of van Gogh's art: complementary colors and...
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Trek Across America

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Bring a time machine into your classroom with this writing lesson, in which young writers project themselves back in time and have a variety of choices from that point forward. They either write a conversation with a historical figure,...
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Bookends - How to Close Your Letter

For Students 11th - Higher Ed
In this reading and writing worksheet, students practice the skill of writing a concise document that includes a "bookended" beginning, middle, and concluding piece of writing. The students read national winning letters and compare the...
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Introduce /t/

For Teachers Pre-K - K
What sound does the letter t make? As scholars develop letter recognition, form sound associations with strategies like these. Explain the tongue movement in making the /t/ sound, asking learners to try it. Draw the t on the board and...
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Beginning and Ending Sounds - Lesson 1 of 2

For Teachers K - 1st Standards
Stamp, slap, and clap! Emergent readers demonstrate their awareness of the initial, medial vowel, and final sounds in spoken, short vowel, single-syllable words with a stamp/slap/clap activity. After identifying the letters and sounds of...
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Sea of Sounds Worksheet: 'W'

For Students K - 1st
Employing a variety of techniques to help younger students identify and practice using the W sound, this four page packet has pictures that are appealing. Learners circle things that start with W, write the letter W, and draw pictures of...
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Introduce /m/

For Teachers Pre-K - K
Start by drawing a large letter m on the board for scholars to see. Do they know what letter this is? Once you've demonstrated the sound it makes, use these tips to help them make the same sound. There is even an audio pronunciation...
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Fireflies: Letter W

For Teachers Pre-K - K
Fireflies form the letter “W.” A child names things in the night-time forest that begin with “W.” A very simple clip, which is great for introducing the letter “W.”
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U Is For Umpire

For Teachers Pre-K - K
An umpire highlights a series of words beginning with the letter “U,” including umbrella, underwear, and more. This is a quick and easy way to review this sound.
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Z Is For Zipper

For Teachers Pre-K - K
Take only 46 seconds of your time to show this vibrant video, focused on the letter "Z". Your class will be dancing along to the /z/ sound!
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How to Set Out an Informal Letter

For Teachers 3rd - 10th
Walk your class through each step in writing an informal letter. This fabulous PowerPoint provides a great example for all parts of an informal, or personal, letter. After reviewing this presentation, your class will be ready to write...
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Writing a Friendly Letter

For Teachers 2nd - 6th
There are 5 components of a friendly letter that are outlined in this organized PowerPoint. There is a brief description of each part, including: heading, greeting, body, closing, and signature as well as a brief example. Tip: Once you...
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Basic Concepts Jeopardy

For Teachers K
A basic concepts PowerPoint allows students to review basic concepts, such as numbers, letters, colors, and shapes. Youngsters see a picture of an animal, shape or color and will have to ask the question, "What it....?" to answer. Some...
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Grammar and Writing

For Students 3rd - 4th
In this commas learning exercise, students add commas to sentences and a letter where needed. Students complete 3 sentences and 1 letter.
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The Trumpet of the Swan: Lesson 12

For Teachers 5th
Fifth graders read the book The Trumpet of the Swan and write a letter to one of the characters in the book. In this The Trumpet of the Swan lesson plan, 5th graders also complete discussion questions about the book.
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Locating Information Using Keywords

For Teachers 4th - 6th
Learners use keywords. In this keywords lesson students research information on how people lived in the past. They record their findings in their journals.
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Beginning Persuasive Writing

For Teachers 3rd - 12th
Students identify elements of persuasive writing. Students discuss writing strategies and topics. They participate in pair and share activities. Students write a persuasive letter.
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Back-to-School Letter

For Students 2nd - 4th
Treasure your summer memories with a letter to yourself, ten months in the future. Think about the fun and memorable things you did this summer, as well as the things you want to accomplish during this school year, and write a letter...
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Thinking Ahead to Next Year

For Teachers K - 12th
End your school year in reflection. Ask your class to leave advice for those who follow in their footsteps, or write informative letters to the teachers who teach them next year. This is a great way to gather memories, improvements,...
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A Is For Astronaut

For Students Pre-K - K
“A” is for astronaut! Build phonemic awareness and letter recognition with this short clip. An actual astronaut shares the letter "A" and makes the /a/ sound.