Check out this week's top stories, freebies, and best sellers from TpT.
 
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Vol 574: Grades 6-12
10 Free Downloads
Ideal School Project, World War I in Music, More
 
Catch up with recent newsletters right here: Grades 6-12 and Grades PreK-5
 
 
 
 
This Week's Stories
 
TpT Gift Cards Make Perfect Presents!
TpT Gift Cards Make Perfect Presents!
Put creative teaching ideas, practice pages, lesson plans, and other resources into the hands of a fellow educator this holiday season. Gift cards also make great gifts from your school! Administrators can learn more here about supporting their teachers through TpT for Schools.
 
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Puzzles and Games in the High School ELA Classroom? Absolutely!
Puzzles and Games in the High School ELA Classroom? Absolutely!
"Puzzles and games can be particularly powerful in the ELA classroom because they allow students to approach words logically, mathematically, and visually," says Danielle of TpT store Nouvelle ELA.
 
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14 Ways to Use Task Cards in Biology Class
14 Ways to Use Task Cards in Biology Class
Amy Brown loves task cards... and her high school students do, too! Learn about the exciting ways she uses them in her classroom. Think lab stations, games, bell ringers, test prep, and so much more.
 
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Happy Teaching!
 
 
 
Julia   Jodi
 
Julia   Jodi
 
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Sponsored Resources
 
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Test Prep Activities Combined Units for SBAC-Type Tests   What's my line? Writing linear equations from given info.
 
By It's a Teacher Thing   By MissMathDork
 
Grades 5-8   Grades 7-10
 
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Holocaust - Anne Frank or Night Activity   Speech-Language Therapy Explanation Handouts for Parents and Teachers
 
By Social Studies Success   By Natalie Snyders
 
Grades 6-12   Not Grade Specific
 
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Seller Spotlight
Next Gen Sci Guy
 
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Next Gen Sci Guy
New Jersey
 
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As a biology teacher, I understand the importance of adaptation. I tell students that if they can learn to adapt by cultivating problem-solving skills and critical thinking, then they will be successful in most situations. To reflect this philosophy, I create resources that challenge my students to think deeply, to collaborate, and to apply what they have learned to broader contexts. In order for students to learn in this way, the resources have to be challenging, interesting, and entertaining. My lifelong goal as a science educator is to never stop learning, whether it be about science, pedagogy, or collaboration with colleagues. TpT continues to help me achieve this goal, and I am trying to grow my store to offer resources for all life-science related subjects.
 
 
 
 
My Featured Resources
 
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DNA Puzzle Lab: Students Race to Solve the Structure of DNA - NGSS   Properties of Water Inquiry Lab: Find the Antidote to a Wasp Sting - NGSS
 
By Next Gen Sci Guy  By Next Gen Sci Guy
 
Grades 6-12   Grades 9-12
 
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10 Free Downloads
 
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Commas Matter- A *FREE* Grammar -NO PREP- Worksheet!   The Ideal School Project
 
By All Day ELA   By Room 213
 
Grades 4-12   Grades 9-12
 
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Free MULTIPLY AND DIVIDE FRACTIONS Word Problems with Graphic Organizer   Volumes of Revolution Infographics Freebie
 
By Exceeding the CORE   By Jean Adams
 
Grades 6-8   Grades 10-12
 
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Venezuela Notes and Questions (in Spanish)   World War 1 in Music Activity
 
By Spark Enthusiasm Spanish   By Stephanie's History Store
 
Grades 7-12   Grades 8-11
 
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Middle School Keys to Success   Ecosystems Vocabulary
 
By Pathway 2 Success   By Getting Nerdy with Mel and Gerdy
 
Grades 5-8   Grades 5-10
 
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Social Story: Pulling Hair   Free Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rosa Parks Clip Art
 
By Step by Step Solutions   By Charlotte's Clips
 
Not Grade Specific   Grades PreK-12
 
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