Analyzing sentences is a great way for children to really understand grammar. Use this  printable worksheet to help your young learner understand subject and predicate relationships. The worksheet contains an easy-to-understand explanation with examples, and ten questions that ask students to identify parts of a sentence . Answer sheet included.   #grammar, #english, #worksheet, #subject, #predicate

Sorting Nouns Activity

Analyzing sentences is a great way for children to really understand grammar. Use this free, printable worksheet to help your young learner understand

Subject & Predicate Writing Game from craft sticks for elementary students!

Subject & Predicate Writing Game

not a great printable, but you can look on here for ideas to write down/ create Subject & Predicate Writing Game from craft sticks for elementary students!

Students learn how to budget while learning the general costs of what they would be expected to pay if they were to live on their own. This is a useful project for students in a career-related course or other subject area where simple math or real life examples are needed.

Personal Finance, Budgeting, and Planning Monthly Project

Sarah's First Grade Snippets - great FREEBIE for beginning of the year!

Complete/Incomplete Sentence sort - could be good at any grade. Also could display their own sentences and have them add to the chart. Or, have the sort by sentence structure.

Toddler Lesson Plans - webbing - thank you Karen Victory for this tool. This is more my style.

Webbing for lesson plans in preschool

How to Make a Lap Book - Photo examples and directions for a simple lap book.  Blog post by Shelly Rees at Appletastic: Blossoming in Fifth Grade.

Renaissance Project Cover: Picture of artist Inside Center: Fingerprint Bio Inside Sides: artworks Back Cover: Rubric, bibliography, & Notes?

Worksheets: Complete Subject and Complete Predicate

Complete Subject and Complete Predicate

This series of worksheets will give graders the practice they need to deal with tricky situations like subject-verb agreement, pronoun rules, irregular verbs, and possessive pronouns.

Opinion Writing Launch Lesson- boy did we have fun today!

Shared Writing: This is another good anchor chart that can be made between the teacher and students. It represents what an opinion piece looks like.

Scaffolding assumes that learning occures in the 'zone' specified in Vygotsky's (1966) ZPD theory. It is the space between what a child is capable of accomplishing individually and what they can accomplish in collaboration with experienced others. The approach to scaffolded learning in this pin is an example of Rogoff's (1990) 'guided participation'. It allows the educator to guide a child to competency through modelling, questioning, planning and explaining.

Scaffold Like an Ant- A simple scaffolding example

This is a personal finance project useful resource for students in a business class or any other subject area where simple math skills or real-life budgeting examples are needed. Students will learn how to manage and plan their own finances, establish and follow a budget as well as personal financial management.

Personal Finance, Budgeting, and Planning Monthly Project

This is a personal finance project useful resource for students in a business class or any other subject area where simple math skills or real-life budgeting examples are needed. Students will learn how to manage and plan their own finances, establish and follow a budget as well as personal financial management.

This is a simple example of rule of thirds. The ball is off center from the center of the picture.  John Kearney p6

This is a simple example of rule of thirds. The tennis ball is off to the lower right hand corner. Not directly in the center of the picture.

I love this example of black and white photography. The young girl is the subject of the picture, even though you cannot even see her face or what she is wearing. Silhouette photography can be tricky, but this black and white silhouette is very creative and well done. This photo is simple and focuses on the true beauty of the moment without using bright colors or editing tools.

“Life isn’t about how to survive the storm, but how to dance in the rain -Timber” Funny thing is, as I'm writing this, I'm watchi.

Whenever you need to study for an important test, google "site:edu [subject] exam". My econ teacher just taught me this trick. If you go to google and type in "site:edu production possibilities curve exam" for example, you get many different college exams featuring problems pertaining to that subject.  And if you need to write a paper about something, just add filetype:pdf @Brandi Scott

In college I had a professor that changed the way I wrote papers forever. After his class I became an English major and loved writing papers.

The Mind Map – Give your ideas a visual form: Novel Writing Prep Series

The Mind Map – Give your ideas a visual form: Novel Writing Prep Series

By: Yaritza Zayas, MS MFT, NCC 8 Time Management Tips Multitasking makes you less effective – and don’t do it if the work is important. Know when you work best – and schedule studying,.

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