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FREE personal narrative checklist for writers in grades 3-6! Students can use this checklist to analyze their own personal narratives!

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Constitution Stations Activity with Graphic Organizer Worksheets

This content rich activity is student centered and interactive! This US Constitution stations activity has 11 stations with close readings analyzing key aspects of the Constitution. Each reading is divided into 3 sections which has the students analyze excerpts from the Constitution, why our founding fathers wrote it the way they did and how the article is in action today.

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Nonfiction: Analyzing Tone and Bias in the Media Stories of Jack the Ripper

Jack the Ripper was one of the most infamous serial killers of all time. And he was never caught. This activity is a surefire way to engage your students while assessing nonfiction skills.


In this Powerpoint, students look at famous works of art and discuss how many/types of angles they see. Great introduction to angle work and motivates students to find geometry in the world! Now included is a graphic organizer to help students analyze an


This @CourseHero infographic on The Picture of Dorian Gray is both visually stunning and informative!


In this FREE Halloween lesson students will analyze the Halloween-themed poem “Mr. Macklin’s Jack O’Lantern” by David McCord. Then, they’ll record their understanding and analysis of the poem in an interactive flip book. It's a fun and educational celebration of Halloween!

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Analyze This (1999)

Analyze This


Character Traits: A Lesson for Upper Elementary Students

Teach character traits with this FREE character traits activity! It includes…

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Halloween Math Scrolls - Math Center (3rd-5th)

This Halloween themed math center is super fun and creative! Students will love solving these 8 word problems with multiple questions per problem. Check out the preview for a more detailed view! Skills include: addition, subtraction, critical reasoning, time, geometry, area, perimeter, fractions, analyzing tables, measurement and more.

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Nonfiction Resource Bundle- Graphic Organizers, Question Stems, & Charts

This product contains 26 pages of items to support a unit on nonfiction, or informational texts. You will find graphic organizers to assess the three more common text structures: descriptive, cause/effect, and compare/contrast. These graphic organizers are accompanied by writing tasks that are great tools to use for beginning an essay analyzing a nonfiction text.