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All Treats & No Tricks - Free Resources for Teachers!


Can you believe we're already heading into the whirlwind that is the end of October?!?

Speaking of the end of October, look at these classroom tricks that will take your teaching to the next level this fall!

     The Power of Audio Books
     Meaningful Prompts for Struggling Readers
     Silent Signals: Cups

Of course, you can't have tricks without treats. Thanks to Darlene Anne from ELA Buffet and Pam from Desktop Learning Adventures, The Secondary Smorgasbord has you covered with some amazing free resources that are perfect for this time of year!

My treat for you . . . Tic Tac Tale! Nothing grabs students' attention quite like Edgar Allan Poe’s creepy classic, “The Tell-Tale Heart.” After teaching this spooky story, students use Tic Tac Tale to complete 3 unique writing responses, then choose one of those responses to revise, edit, and polish. Students love all the fun choices and teachers love seeing their students engaged in writing! Click here or on the images below to grab Tic Tac Tale for your students . . . then grab a mug of steaming hot apple cider and hop through the blogs below to enjoy some amazing free teaching resources for 6th-12th grade teachers!

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Tell-Tale-Heart-Tic-Tac-Tale-2132613

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Tell-Tale-Heart-Tic-Tac-Tale-2132613


22 comments:

  1. Sherri, that looks like so much fun and Poe is PERFECT for this season. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. I remember reading Edgar Allen Poe in school, this one does not sound familiar. Those look like great prompts!

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  4. Those are going to help a whole bunch of teachers. I love the ones to help with reading.

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  5. WONDERFUL resource. My daughter is six and it's her first year with a lot of work and worksheets. The holiday stuff really makes it more fun.

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  6. This looks like it would be a great resource for teachers and homeschoolers. Thanks for sharing!

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  7. I love The Tell Tale Heart. It's a classic book to read around Halloween time.

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  8. Love this resource for teachers and parents! I'll definitely be grabbing a few of them for my daughter on the weekend!

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  9. This is great! We just came off of homeschooling and I find these things so helpful.

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  10. What a great way to incorporate fun and education. This would be a great activity to do with my cousins.

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  11. Your blog is so fun and colorful. I have friends who teach and will share this with them.

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  12. This is a fun way to help them retain and understand more what they've read. I love it!

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  13. I like any resources that has to do with reading especially ones that cater to struggling readers. These resources can never too too much

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  14. What a great roundup of resources! Thanks for sharing these with us.

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  15. Sharing this with my teacher friends :) Great resources!!

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  16. As a homeschooling mom I LOVE this. Thanks so much for sharing!

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  17. I loved reading Edgar Allen Poe in school! I always enjoy reading ideas to keep learning fresh and interesting.

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  18. Thank you for a great Poe resource that includes writing! This is just what I needed! :)

    -Lisa
    Mrs. Spangle rin the Middle

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  19. What a fun way to teach kids and use writing prompts

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  20. Totally love this! Such a great idea!

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  21. What a gold mine for teachers! I had some amazing English teachers in college that were so creative.

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