Capture your students attentions with these great ideas for using Disney Pixar's Inside Out in any classroom! Tackle complex topics like Mental Health, Understanding Emotions, Coping Mechanisms, Identifying Emotions, and Strengthening overall well-being. These lesson plans are perfect for any elementary and middle school teacher and school counselor! Click the to read all about how Janelle from Project School Wellness is using Inside Out to transform the lives of her students!
40 Tween & Middle Schoolers' All-Time Favorite Book List
WeAreTeachers recently polled over 200 teachers about the best books in their classroom libraries, from their favorite read-alouds and fiction books to the top science, humor and poetry. Here’s what teachers of grades 6-8 had to say:
["It's not hard to get middle schoolers to talk...unless you're talking about something other than the latest band, movie, or the opposite sex! If you want to get them thinking and talking about Jesus-beyond the flannelgraph, Sunday school Jesus-you have everything you need right here. The latest addition to the best-selling TalkSheets series, Middle School TalkSheets: Life of Christ gives you easy-to-use discussion starters and the tools to lead students into meaningful dialogue about J...
Kinda old for these books, but I may check them out! Ha! Our school library hasn't been able to order new books for several years due to budget cuts....but I need to get some of these for my classroom.....Huge roundup with reviews -- The BEST, NEW Chapter Books for Fall 2012 #kids #books
This great Instagram Activity is perfect to use in your elementary or middle school (or even high school!) classroom to help student further understand characterization, symbols, and evidence based writing. Hits multiple Common Core Standards in a fun way - and it's a free resource!