It's the zombie apocalypse! What happens next? Your child will flex his creative writing skills with this fun Halloween writing prompt, all about zombies.

It's the zombie apocalypse! What happens next? Your child will flex his creative writing skills with this fun Halloween writing prompt, all about zombies.

A superb site for creating a range of English game and activity sheets to use in your class, including word and paragraph scrambles, matching pairs and much more.

A superb site for creating a range of English game and activity sheets to use in your class, including word and paragraph scrambles, matching pairs and much more.

Students identify subjects and predicates of a sentence in this lesson plan, and help build a colorful autumn tree!

Students identify subjects and predicates of a sentence in this lesson plan, and help build a colorful autumn tree!

Engage students with test prep with JENGA test prep review. This post shares how to use JENGA for engaging test prep review (Love how LOW prep it is). Free printable directions included.

Playing Jenga: Engaging Test Prep

Engage students with test prep with JENGA test prep review. This post shares how to use JENGA for engaging test prep review (Love how LOW prep it is). Free printable directions included.

Extra Special Teaching: Starting the Year Off Right for Special Education Teachers

Starting the Year Off Right for Special Education Teachers

123 Homeschool 4 Me has a free printable for you to help you promote reading in your homeschool. These FREE

FREE Monthly Reading Logs

Activities: You're on the Air! Write a Commercial- This activity/ lesson plan teaches your students that they need to use good oral skills in order to speak in front of an audience for different purposes. I think that this would be so fun to do, because your students should get really in to it! I wouldn't be able to wait to see what they come up with.

You're on the Air! Write a Commercial

Activities: You're on the Air! Write a Commercial- This activity/ lesson plan teaches your students that they need to use good oral skills in order to speak in front of an audience for different purposes. I think that this would be so fun to do, because your students should get really in to it! I wouldn't be able to wait to see what they come up with.

"Show",  not "tell"... Neat idea. Something many 4th grade students struggle with.  Very cute idea!

"Show", not "tell"... Neat idea. Something many 4th grade students struggle with. Very cute idea!

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