Celebrate Martin Luther King Day with a student-centered writing activity. This engaging activity allows students in upper elementary and middle school to make a connection to Martin Luther King and the Civil Rights Movement, while strengthening skills in narrative, explanatory, and opinion writing.
Inspire students in upper elementary, middle, and high school to achieve their goals with a structured One Word Resolution project. A Word of the Year activity is a great way to encourage a growth mindset, while teaching students how to set and accomplish their goals.
Use poetry to encourage reluctant readers! Novels in verse are a great choice for middle-grade readers! These ten novels are perfect for keeping upper elementary and middle school students engaged while reading.
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“I use these sheets every week with a current event article! I love this resource!” – Lauren L.
“This has been a great resource for having my students document their independent reading! I love that it is so easily accessible and digital. ” – Madeline C.
“I use this resource for when I am tutoring via distance learning. These organizers are simply FABULOUS and really helped my students collect and organize their ideas! I was so glad to find these digitally, thank you!” – Krisite B.
“Students enjoyed working in small groups and moving around the class while learning about their new novel. I would use this again to introduce novels!” – Astrid H.