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Sunday, March 26, 2017

Celebrating National Women's History Month with Lots of Female Freebies

There's so many wonderful women to celebrate during National Women's History Month, so let's get started!

First up are some Native American women role models:















Next are some female teens who have made a difference in the world:









Finally, let's finish with some women scientists who made great contributions:










It's National Women's History Month, so celebrate female contributions throughout March!




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Sunday, March 19, 2017

Writing an Annotated Bibliography Step-by-Step Guide

While many students will avoid having to ever write annotated bibliographies, there are teachers who require them for research projects. Also, there are some courses, such as history, where annotated bibliographies are used extensively. 

One of my students said, "We wrote one in ninth grade, but it was just an MLA citation with a one or two sentence summary." That's what some might call an abbreviated attempt at an annotated bibliography, but it would earn a grade of zero in an AP or college class.

Let's listen to an Educreation lecture on annotated bibliographies

If needed, copy and paste the link into your browser address bar: https://www.educreations.com/lesson/view/annotated-bibliographies/43403633/ 

Now, you are ready to help students write their annotated bibliographies. First, have students preview the lecture or use the presentation slides to introduce annotated bibliographies:









Make writing an annotated bibliography as easy as possible for students!

Happy writing!
Beth, Educator Helper


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Sunday, March 12, 2017

St. Patrick's Day Freebies


One of my fondest memories of St. Patrick's Day is of watching the Washington, D.C., parade with its numerous dancers and musicians of all ages. You can hear bagpipes from afar as spectators line the streets. It's a treat that everyone should see at least once in a lifetime!

If you don't have the opportunity to visit the nation's capitol on St. Patrick's Day, the next best thing is to have your own celebration. Students love to celebrate, so why not get the party started with some St. Patrick's Day handouts and fun activities!

Educator Helper is here to help celebrate St. Patrick's Day! Simply save and print the handouts below then get ready to learn all about the luck o' the Irish! For more St. Patrick's Day goodies, visit Educator Helper TpT Storefront.

Happy St. Patrick's Day!
Beth, Educator Helper


St. Patrick's Day Freebies: