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Give your Algebra I and Algebra II students a tool they can really use! This Visual Algebra Glossary will be an invaluable resource giving them explanations, definitions and examples of 144 terms. Easy to follow and understand, students will turn to this resource while learning new concepts, completing work and studying for exams.
There are four color coded sections, each with an term index:
- – Expressions & Operations
- – Equations & Inequalities
- – Relations & Functions
- – Statistics
This 38 page math glossary has been designed for 3rd-5th grades and includes 129 math terms with definitions and 72 illustrations! Terms include those surrounding basic operations, geometry and elementary statistics.
(See description below for a complete list of included terms)
Help your students study and learn new vocabulary. This resource can be used in any subject and with multiple grades.
On the worksheet, students will:
- Write the word
- Write what they ‘think’ the word means
- The actual dictionary meaning for the word
- Name the part of speech
- Write a synonym
- Write an antonym
- Use the word in a sentence
- Break up the word (if possible): prefix / root / suffix
Studying birds? Ornithology? Perhaps you are simply looking for coloring pages of beautiful birds? Here is a resource that would be a good addition to your classroom. Some of the birds included: American Kestrel, Nighthawk, Mourning Dove, Barn Swallow, White-breasted Nuthatch, Blue Jay, Cardinal, Baltimore Oriole and many, many more!
*** 80 coloring pages, each with a different North American species! ***
Each page features a large b/w illustration of one bird and the type of bird that is displayed.
4 Seasons – Weekly Task Charts has been designed to help organize everyone’s day
(for both home and school). Each task sheet is divided into 4 sections.
- Morning Tasks
- School Day Tasks
- Afternoon/Evening Tasks
- Other Tasks
Each of the above section has 6 lines (for 6 tasks) and a place to mark when completed for each day of the week.
Each page of this 4 season (Fall, Winter, Spring & Summer) resource comes with both color and b/w. You choose which you want to print and use!
As students begin to research colleges and then begin the application process, . This resource is the tool they need to see all the information about each college at a glace. Information such as admission contact data, types of fees (application fees, tuition and housing fees, parking and meals), dates applications and transcripts are needed, program contacts and more.
This 2 page resource will give your students space to record data on 6 different colleges + provides them a place to jot down ‘questions they need to ask’ and keep a record of the communication they have had with the colleges.
As students learn new words, have them create their own personal dictionary! This resource provides a page for each letter of the alphabet plus a section with pages that students can keep words that are categorized by parts of speech: nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, preposition. Students can use their dictionary throughout the year when completing writing assignments or anytime!
Help your students get creative! This mini-book template resource can be used by students to…
1. Publish their own short stories
2. Write definitions for spelling or vocabulary words
3. Create their own ‘study’ books from any lesson
4. Use within interactive notebooks
5. Use to add information to a lapbooking project
As students begin to go out into their communities and volunteer, they should keep a record of their efforts for future college application and scholarship opportunities. This resource as been designed so that they can keep an accurate records of they served, for service verification, their / , # of and the .
49 different styles of writing stationary designed specifically for Christmas and Hanukkah writing assignments. Use for creative writing, short stories, poetry, letter writing, book reports and more. Because of the colorful clipart on each page, you can make beautiful bulletin boards displaying student work!
Designed for 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th Grades, this resource can be used in one of two ways…
- : Students will list each book they read. Students will record , , they completed reading the book and section. (fiction or nonfiction.
- : You, the teacher, will assign the book (title and author) which students are to read. Once students complete a book they will complete the date and type of book section ( ‘F’ or ‘NF’ – fiction / nonfiction section).