Main Idea Freebie!
Main idea is a difficult concept for students to grasp. Before having students identify the main idea within text, have students determine the main idea of a group of words. Then, have students determine what supporting detail does not support the main idea of a paragraph. For more main idea prac...
Outlook – free personal email and calendar from Microsoft
Get free Outlook email and calendar, plus Office Online apps like Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Sign in to access your Outlook, Hotmail or Live email account.
THE MATRIX: English to Spanish Words Compared by Country
Translating English to Spanish words in Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, Puerto Rico, Spain, Venezuela, Costa Rica & Cuba
Reglas de acentuación
Las reglas de acentuación. Material de la Junta de Extremadura. Reglas generales, acentuación de diptongos, triptongos e hiatos, palabras compuestas, etc. La acentuación. El punto sobre la i.
FREE Spanish Color Poems for Children
These original Spanish color poems are perfect for young children learning Spanish! Last fall, we worked through our bilingual color unit with our Preschool and Kindergarten students. There are an abundance of color songs out there in English, but I couldn’t find the equivalent in Spanish. There was no time…
Spanish Question Game: El Repollo - Spanish Playground
Spanish question game for any topic or level. Students pass paper "cabbage" like Hot Potato and peel off leaves with questions to answer. Low-prep fun!
Syllabus Editable 8 Editable Infographic Templates Distance Learning
This editable resource includes 8 different syllabus templates to use in your upper elementary, middle school, or high school classroom. Create eye-catching, visually appealing syllabi that your students will actually read. This resource is editable in PowerPoint. Please read all disclaimers before ...
I find that each year I teach interrogatives I try to find new activities to help practice this difficult concept. Here's a new one I used this year: Here's an oldie but a goodie: Enjoy!
Videos have gotten an undeservedly bad rap in education land. They are largely viewed as time wasters by parents, students, and administrators. It's too bad really as videos can be a great...