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Complete Fun ACT Prep BUNDLE: Everything You Need for a FUN Test Prep Class

EVERYTHING you need to prep your teens for the ACT without boring them to tears! Complete "Fun ACT Prep" bundle for grades 9-12; includes 2 workbooks, 3 PowerPoint presentations, & 4 ready-to-print posters. An ENTIRE English/Reading ACT Prep class ready to go!


10 ACT Prep Tips, Tricks, and Strategies to Skyrocket Your ACT Score

ACT Prep Math Facts and Formulas

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Adjective Printable Worksheet Pack - Kindergarten First Second Grade

Adjective printable worksheet pack. No prep bundle for kindergarten, first grade and second grade. 34 printables.


ACT Prep for the Homeschooling High Schooler: From 21 to 26 in 3 Tries • Jimmie's Collage


ACT Prep: Practice Tests and Flashcards in Math, Science, English, Reading and Writing by Varsity Tutors

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We've "Mathified" The Squares Game!

Want a fun, no-prep multiplication facts game to use in your math centers tomorrow? Read about how we've "mathified" the popular squares game to practice multiplication facts!

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Bottle tossing and flipping in the classroom

Bottle tossing and flipping is trending huge with kids, preteens, and teens. Learn how to take an annoying game and make it educational & engaging with a FREE review game template that can be used with ANY task cards and a STEM Project Based Learning activity.

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ESL Warm-up Games and Activities

39 No-Prep/Low-Prep ESL Speaking Activities: For Teenagers and Adults

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Teaching Test Prep with High School Students

Teaching test prep with high school students ~ some tips that work for me. I teach ACT prep classes through a community college. I travel to a variety of schools and meet new students almost every class. At the start of each class, I ask what they do to prepare, in and out of school. Answers vary. Test prep is different everywhere, every school district, every home. Even with these differences, some ideas can be implemented with most high school students. As students gear up for college…