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  • May Writing Prompts


    Getting students writing can help expand their minds and imaginations. Use these May themed writing prompts to engage your students with seasonal topics in centers, whole-class instruction, or an early finisher activity.

  • Midwest Region State Capitals


    Is your class learning about the Midwest region? Are they having trouble learning the capitals of each state? Look no further! This resource has everything you need to teach your students about the capitals of the Midwest states.

  • Monthly Writing Prompts Bundle


    Writing can be a challenge for students, but this resource is sure to engage all writers! In this product you will find 12 MONTHS of writing/journal prompts.

    In this product are 5 writing prompts per month for students in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades. These make great bulletin boards or hallway decorations. Use all 5 or choose one or two for the month. The download includes both colored and black and white handouts.

  • Mother Teresa Biography & Activities (St. Teresa of Calcutta)


    Mother Teresa’s feast day is a wonderful day to celebrate with students. It is a day about reflecting on Mother Teresa’s devotion to God and her inspirational care for the people of Calcutta.

  • Multiplication and Division Word Problems Bundle | National Parks


    Are you looking to engage your students with real-life math word problems? This resource is designed to challenge students with 2 digit by 2 digit multiplication and long division word problems all about the National Parks.

  • Multiplying by 1 Digit Numbers | Review Puzzles


    Do your students need to review multiplying by one digit numbers? This National Park themed review is a fun way to review this skill. Students will practice the skill and their correct answers will reveal the answer to a National Park themed question.

  • Multiplying by 1-Digit Numbers Review


    Are you at the end of your multiplying by 1-digit numbers unit and looking for a highly engaging review? This resource will get your students up and moving while reviewing multiplying by 1-digit numbers. This activity is great for upper elementary students.

  • Name Tags | Catholic


    Struggling to find name tags that are geared toward the Catholic classroom? These bright name tags are perfect for you and include options for both primary and upper elementary classrooms. With ten different templates and five different color schemes, there are plenty of options.

  • Names of Mary Collaborative Poster


    Looking to brighten up your classroom or hallway? Look no further than this beautiful Names of Mary-themed collaborative poster! This poster is the perfect way to celebrate Mary, the mother of Jesus with your students. This poster is perfect for May or October- two months we honor Mary. Students will work together to create a masterpiece.

  • National Monuments, Memorials, & Landmark Report Templates


    Are your students learning about the history of the United States? Do you teach them about historic landmarks in the US? If you do, then this is the perfect resource for you! Included in your download is 25 different monuments, memorials, and landmarks in the United States. Students will research the location of the site, fun facts, why it was created, and general information about the structure. The resource also includes websites for teachers to share with students to guide them in their research.

  • National Park Collaborative Poster | John Muir


    Are you studying the national parks or environmentalist John Muir with your students? This beautiful poster and activity will not only teach your students about the John Muir, but it also makes a great hallway display. Students will each color one square of the poster and once they are placed together, the masterpiece is revealed.

  • National Park Research Project | Brochures


    Are your students studying the national parks? This is the perfect project for students to complete to demonstrate their knowledge of a park. The resource helps students organize their information before putting it into their final brochure.

  • National Park Research Project | Pennants


    Do you teach using the National Parks? In this resource, you will find all 63 National Park pennants. These pennants are perfect for a mini-research project or for your students to celebrate National Park Week in April. There are two versions of each pennant- one with a map and one without a map. There is also a “National Park Passport” cover if you would like to make the pennants into a booklet.

  • National Park Road Trip | Project Based Learning


    Planning a road trip to the national parks has never been so fun! In this cross-curricular project students will plan, budget, and journal about their national park road trip. They will pull skills from math, language arts, and social studies and work with their group members to complete the project.

  • National Parks Research Paper


    Teaching students how to write a research paper can be difficult. This FULL UNIT makes it easier for the teacher to teach students to write quality research papers about the National Parks. This resource will walk your students step-by-step through the writing process- from brainstorming ideas to publishing the final product.

  • Nativity Scene Collaborative Poster


    Are you looking for a fun and engaging activity to incorporate into the Christmas season? Look no further than this beautiful Nativity Scene collaborative poster! This poster is the perfect way to celebrate the Christmas season!