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Add your own content to these pre-made templates to create engaging games and other interactive learning activities for your students. These formats are ideal for review and skill-building activities.
Students can use these versatile graphic organizers to process and categorize concepts and ideas in any academic content area.
Most teachers are comfortable establishing relationships and community in a face-to-face environment. After all, this is where they often have the most experience. However, when school takes place in a virtual or hybrid environment, you may need to rethink some of your strategies. If possible, develop strategies and activities that can be modified and adapted to work in a variety of learning environments. Below are some community building examples to try.
Students can complete these pre-made exit ticket templates to explain how well they understood a lesson or how they are feeling about their learning journey. Use them to help gauge learning and determine your next steps.
Students can engage in critical thinking, reward time, and interpersonal connection time by playing these digital versions of traditional board games.
Use these pre-made templates at the start of a lesson to engage students in new concepts and launch new learning in your classroom.
Use these pre-made templates to support literacy instruction ranging from learning letters to writing book reviews.
Use these pre-made templates to support instruction and practice of literary skills and concepts.
Use these pre-made templates to support math instruction and practice.
Problem-Solving and Critical Thinking
Students can use these graphic organizers to analyze concepts, solve problems, and think critically about the content they are exploring.
Students can use these premade templates to create timelines, sequences of ideas, collages, and a visual mapping of concepts.
Use these templates to help students organize and plan for both traditional and multi-media writing.