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10 Lessons and Resources, 11 Collections

Summer Learning: You Don't Take a Vacation, Neither Do We

Summer Learning? Yup. We know, as teachers, school support staff, education professionals and parents, you’re incredibly dedicated to giving our kids your all. And that continues over the weekends, during summer break and even holidays! We took a close look at how Share My Lesson members spend their summers—and the numbers speak volumes.

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53 Lessons and Resources, 3 Collections

Share My Lesson's curated collection for school support staff—from bus drivers and cafeteria workers to paraprofessionals, recess aides and front office personnel--is full of useful resources. You’ll find new ideas and professional development webinars on managing student behavior, preventing bullying, and staying safe and healthy on the job. This featured collection is one you'll want to share with your colleagues.

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44 Lessons and Resources, 1 Collection

 

 #7 Top Collection of 2017

Use these timely preK-12 lesson plans and class activities to incorporate key figures and historical events in your Women’s History Month lesson planning. This Share My Lesson collection spans topics like women’s suffrage and women’s rights and features influential women in science, social justice and rock-and-roll. Read this blog for more ideas on how to make Women's History Month relevant for all students. You may also find of interest the #MeToo resource collection on combating harassment and creating inclusive classrooms.

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2017
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Lesson plans, activities and materials to help you celebrate the Fourth of July with your students.
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On July 4 each year, the United States celebrates Independence Day. This day commemorates the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, in which citizens of the 13 American colonies announced their break from the British Empire and their intention to form a new nation: the United States of America.

Use these free lesson plans, activities and materials to help celebrate Independence Day with your students.

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  • Social Studies
  • K-2, 3-5, MS
A set of cut-out colorful US Independence day-themed border to brighten up your independence display, windows and posters. Appropriate for Early...
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  • Social Studies
  • Elementary (Grades K-2)
Get in the spirit of Independence Day with your students using this missing vowels worksheet from Primary Treasure Chest!
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  • Social Studies
  • Elementary (Grades K-2)
Independence themed bookmarks to give away. Great to use as inexpensive gifts for your pupils. Laminate for longer life.
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40 Lessons and Resources, 6 Collections

Get ready for September 17, Constitution Day, with these preK-12 lesson plans and teaching ideas on the U.S. Constitution. The Share My Lesson team has selected a variety of free lesson plans, educational resources and classroom materials to support you while celebrating Constitution Day with your students.

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  • Middle School
A one-page look at the Declaration of Independence with corresponding note chart and review activity.