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Grade:
9-12
Subject:
Math
How long did it take these high school ballers to travel by bus? Find out with this time/distance activity.
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Sports are a passion for so many of my students that these sporty activities help draw them into subjects they usually find boring.
Grade:
K-2
Subject:
Language Arts
Help your students show their moms some love and practice writing in a visually creative activity.
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This is an adorable send home for mom!
Grade:
6-8
Subject:
Math
Calculate this lucky grandma's ebay earnings with these percentage word problems.
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The Pop-Culture Printables at TeachHUB.com are quick, easy and fun to use!
Grade:
3-5
Subject:
Science
Students will explore and explain how different animals defend themselves from predators.
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They're as cool as they look and challenge my students more than a typical worksheet.
Grade:
3-5
Subject:
Social Studies
Get your students on track to be international activists for the environment.
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These latest world news headlines bring the real world into my history classroom!
Grade:
9-12
Subject:
Science
Dip into geography as your students find rainforests worldwide and learn the dangers they're facing the forests and the environment.
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The activities are not only creative and entertaining, but they also align with the National Teaching Standards!
Grade:
K-2
Subject:
Math
Kickoff your word problems with these Super Bowl scores and comparing players by the pound.
Rating:
5
Average: 5 (2 votes)
Teacher Review:
Sports are a passion for so many of my students. These sporty activities help draw them into subjects they usually find boring.
Grade:
K-2
Subject:
Math
Directions: 1. Fill in the number chart. 2. Estimate how many rolls it will take you to get to 100. 3. Write down how many rolls it actually did take you to get to 100.
Rating:
5
Average: 5 (2 votes)
Teacher Review:
A fun activity to celebrate 100th Day!

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