Just in case you’ve missed it, I wanted to share Read, Write, Think classroom resources with you. You’ll find free lesson plans, calendar resources, printables, and so much more. I like browsing the calendar activities each month to look for author birthdays, relevant history events, and holiday resources too.
Their Student Interactives are the best though! These are online tools for reading and writing lessons that come with printable options after students have finished the work. You can search by grade level, theme, or objective. With all of the technology students are using to play games today, I’m happy to see educational options too. The interactives from Read, Write, Think keep my students engaged and allow them to work independently at the same time. Every student is learning every minute. I personally love the Bio Cubes. Click on over and I’m sure you’ll find something you can use in your classroom next week! I’d love to hear about it once you do.
What a coincidence! I've been researching resources on this site this week to share at the Common Core inservice we had today. There is an interactive student activity on persuasive essays that I really like. I like the bio-cubes also!!
FANTASTIC!!!!!! I was so excited about this. I made my own story cube for NUMBER THE STARS. This is exactly what I am looking for to enable my students to demonstrate learning in a new way! YAHOOOOOO! This is one teacher who is excited for Monday to get here! 🙂 It's Friday night and here I am, looking for ideas!
I'm so glad you found something you could use too!