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Spring into Magnetic Poetry Activities

April9

Looking for a super cool and useful spring-time activity to utilize in your classroom? Then all you gotta do is snag a copy of my Spring Magnetic Poetry template! This Google Slides resource contains 75+ words and phrases that can be manipulated into a fun-filled poem, story, etc. for you and your students. As with my other […]

April Fool’s Day Resources: Part IV

March27

April Fool’s Day is probably one of those classroom holidays you can’t escape—no matter how hard you try. So why not embrace it and teach your students a few things at the same time! Yes—this means you quite possibly will have to endure some of those harmless pranks and hoaxes associated with this day—spiders in […]

Get Your Easter Magnetic Poetry On!

March25

If you’re ready to get your Easter on, then I’ve got the perfect edtech resource for you and your peeps—a magnetic poetry  activity containing 70+ words, or “magnets”, that can be creatively manipulated into a holiday themed poem, story, etc. via Google Slides. So, if you’re ready to combine a little bit of Easter fun with […]

The Easter Resources Collection: Part VII

March24

Hop on over and check out a recently updated collection of Easter resources that can be utilized to bring some holiday learning and fun into your classroom. So, whether you’re in need of some lessons that contain a spiritual theme, or maybe you’re just looking for some seasonal fun, there’s a little something, something for […]

Get Lucky with Some St. Patrick’s Day Magnetic Poetry

March3

If you’re looking for a fun activity to complete with your students this St. Patrick’s Day, then all you’ve got to do is snag a copy of my holiday-themed magnetic poetry activity! Here it is: A Google Slides activity containing 60+ words and phrases that can be manipulated into a fun-filled holiday poem, story, etc. As […]

Doodle with Google for Valentine’s Day

February9

If you’re looking for another super cool Valentine’s Day activity for your students (the first being  Valentine’s Day Magnetic Poetry, which can be found here), then a must-see is the ‘Create your own Google Logo’ activity developed for students to design and code their own Valentine Doodle using the programming language Scratch. This edtech gem is a […]

Love Me Some Valentine’s Day Magnetic Poetry

February7

All you need is love… And a copy of my Valentine’s Day Magnetic Poetry activity! So, here it is: A Google Slides activity containing 60+ words and phrases that can be manipulated into a fun-filled holiday poem, story, etc. As with my other creations, the word boxes are actually images and cannot be edited; however, they […]

Teaching & Learning Resources to Remember the Life of MLK

January14

“Never, never be afraid to do what’s right, especially if the well-being of a person or animal is at stake. Society’s punishments are small compared to the wounds we inflict on our soul when we look the other way.” This quote epitomizes why I have always admired Martin Luther King, Jr. As a pastor, activist, […]

The 12 Digital Days of Christmas 2017: Tech Treasure #12

December22

Oh, no! Santa’s running behind schedule and needs your assistance! Can you help him arrange all of the delicious candies that were made at the North Pole? Find out by playing Santalicious, a holiday version of Candy Crush, the match-three puzzle game that is played by millions of people all over the world! Click here to get […]

The 12 Digital Days of Christmas 2017: Tech Treasure #11

December21

Give your brain a workout with another cool activity from the Math Playground—a holiday logic puzzle known as A Blocky Christmas. Here’s how it works: Players must use the keyboard arrows to move the puzzle pieces into place. Hint: The star piece can push and pull all other pieces. Enjoy 16 challenging levels of play! Click here to access A […]

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