September 28th, 2020

Elementary School Resource: Addition Flashcards by APlus Math

Elementary School Resource Addition Flashcards by APlus Math This is an interactive practice that allows students to practice addition facts using flashcards. Related NY State Academic Standards: 1.OA.1, 1.OA.2, 2.OA.2 and more! Be sure to check out our Educational Resources, featuring thousands of activities, lesson plans, constructed-response questions, rubrics, teacher resources, multimedia, and more!

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September 21st, 2020

High School Resource: Graphic Organizer Makers

High School Resource Graphic Organizer Makers This will make graphic organizers for classroom teachers. Teachers will input information and the organizer will be generated and ready for printing. Be sure to check out our Educational Resources, featuring thousands of activities, lesson plans, constructed-response questions, rubrics, teacher resources, multimedia, and more!

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September 21st, 2020

Elementary School Resource:  Web Worksheet Wizard

Elementary School Resource Web Worksheet Wizard Web Worksheet Wizard allows teachers to create a lesson, worksheet or class page on the Internet. Related NY State Academic Standards: W.CCR.6 Be sure to check out our Educational Resources, featuring thousands of activities, lesson plans, constructed-response questions, rubrics, teacher resources, multimedia, and more!

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September 21st, 2020

High School Resource: Guided Journal 

High School Resource Guided Journal In this unit, students, posing as fictional adults, write a journal. They complete a journal entry every week during the school year, after completing the Dossier handout that defines the qualities of the journal character (e.g., age, nationality, employer, education, etc.). Journal entries are a minimum of two pages, and […]

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September 21st, 2020

Middle School Resource: Welcome to Middle School by St. Lawrence-Lewis BOCES

Middle School Resource Welcome to Middle School This is a cooperative learning experience for four 6th Grade students. The final product was used with 4th grade students as a primer for entering our Middle School. It will also be used in the Fall as a ‘welcome back’ piece during the first Middle School Assembly. Students […]

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September 21st, 2020

Elementary School Resource: Classroom Idea – Months of the Year

Elementary School Resource Classroom Idea: Months of the Year Make a large pictograph with the months of the year. Put each child’s name with the month in which he/she was born. Talk about the information shown on the graph. Related NY State Academic Standards: PK.CC.3.a, MST3.PK.CN.3, MST3.PK.S.2 and more! Be sure to check out our […]

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September 21st, 2020

Middle School Resource: Group Oral Presentation Rubric

Middle School Resource Group Oral Presentation Rubric This rubric can be used to assess student participation and presentation of a group project. Be sure to check out our Educational Resources, featuring thousands of activities, lesson plans, constructed-response questions, rubrics, teacher resources, multimedia, and more!

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June 4th, 2020

Summer Reading Recommendations from Steve Barkley

Looking for some great books to read this summer? You’re in luck! We asked Steve Barkley, a trusted friend and partner of NYLearns, to recommend the top books teachers should pick up and digest this summer. Steve is an educational consultant to school districts, teacher organizations, state departments of education, and colleges and universities nationally […]

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May 28th, 2020

Five Ways Teachers Can Earn Extra Income This Summer Break

Over the past few months COVID-19 has posed a lot of challenges and changes for educators. After all we had to convert our lessons to remote learning and still deliver a great course experience. Plus we had to overcome the challenge of keeping students engaged even though they were learning from home. And then there […]

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May 21st, 2020

Five Ways to Help Beat the Stay-At-Home Blues

If every day is starting to feel like Groundhog Day, you’re not alone! Stay-at-home orders due to COVID-19 have left most of the nation in a perpetual state of limbo. It’s normal to go through a whirlwind of emotions as you deal with uncertainty, altered daily routines, and isolation from loved ones and your students. […]

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