DANDO LA LENGUA: LAS FIGURAS LITERARIAS

DANDO LA LENGUA: LAS FIGURAS LITERARIAS

Calaveras Literarias Ejemplos Para Maestros

Calaveras Literarias Ejemplos Para Maestros

Calaveras Literarias Ejemplos Para Maestros

Calaveras Literarias Ejemplos Para Maestros

Calaveras Literarias Ejemplos Para Maestros

Calaveras Literarias Ejemplos Para Maestros

This resource includes 16 different end of year activities that are great for the secondary classroom.

End of Year Activities for the Secondary Classroom

This resource includes 16 different end of year activities that are great for the secondary classroom.

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20 print-and-go games and activities designed specifically for Middle School to foster a positive classroom environment and build a caring, inclusive community of learners! Build rapport with students while assessing learning styles, communication, interpersonal, and critical problem-solving skills and for effective grouping, enriching curriculum for gifted students, and scaffolding curriculum for struggling learners.

FIRST DAYS OF MIDDLE SCHOOL: Games and Activities

20 print-and-go games and activities designed specifically for Middle School to foster a positive classroom environment and build a caring, inclusive community of learners! Build rapport with students while assessing learning styles, communication, interpersonal, and critical problem-solving skills and for effective grouping, enriching curriculum for gifted students, and scaffolding curriculum for struggling learners.

The Cootie Catcher, or fortune teller looks just like Mark Twain. When you open his mouth the fun will begin.Bring fun into your literary analysis. Use this with any work by Twain: Huck Finn, Tom Sawyer, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, The Celebrated Frog of Calaveras County, Life on the Mississippi, etc.Each section has questions about mood,characterization, diction, and theme.

Mark Twain Common Core Cootie Catcher

The Cootie Catcher, or fortune teller looks just like Mark Twain. When you open his mouth the fun will begin.Bring fun into your literary analysis. Use this with any work by Twain: Huck Finn, Tom Sawyer, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, The Celebrated Frog of Calaveras County, Life on the Mississippi, etc.Each section has questions about mood,characterization, diction, and theme.

A traditional Spanish joke in the form of a (not) scary story. Perfect for kids learning to Spanish to tell at Halloween!

A (not) Scary Halloween Story for Kids Learning Spanish

A traditional Spanish joke in the form of a (not) scary story. Perfect for kids learning to Spanish to tell at Halloween!

.@Katrina Calavera

.@Katrina Calavera

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