Summer STEM Bundle Pack

Summer STEM Pack

Summer STEM Pack Bundle

Spend this summer STEMing!

The testing is over. Let kids have fun learning.

Build bridges, a robot, tornados, landforms, an anemometer, solar system model, a sink or float challenge, a fish pond, a levitator, a compass, and much more…

Summer STEM Pack Bundle 




End of the Year Memory Book

Memory Book End of the Year

End of the Year Memory Book

Capture the memories of 2017-2018 with the End of the Year Memory Book.
If we could only pen down all the fun stuff, laughs, fun trips, school concerts, etc… This booklet is non-grade specific and it allows students to make their own keepsake.

A perfect end of the year gift for students! 🙂

Click here for the End of the Year Memory Book.



Best Classroom Reads for Women’s History Month 2018

I Dissent - Ruth Bader Ginsburg Makes Her Mark

Lesson Plan

March is Women’s History Month and here are some awesome classroom or home reads that you can share.

First Place – Always 
Ruth Bader Ginsburg –

“I Dissent: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Makes Her Mark” by Debbie Levy

This is a biographical picture book about Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. From the very start Ruth was different. Here life experiences made her into an amazing woman that we can all look up to. This beautiful read is ideal for students in intermediate grades.

Ruby Bridges- Through My Eyes – Lesson Plan Grades 8 & Up

2nd- Remarkable Ruby Bridges

Ruby Bridges -Through My Eyes
Ruby Bridges -Through My Eyes – Lesson Plan
"I Dissent: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Makes Her Mark"

“I Dissent: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Makes Her Mark” Lesson Plan


3rd – Remarkable American Business Woman and Visionary – life of Madame C.J. Walker

“Visions of Beauty: The Story of Sarah Breedlove Walker” 

Vision of Beauty: The Story of Sarah Breedlove Walker

Visions of Beauty: The Story of Sarah Breedlove Walker – Lesson Plan

“Visions of Beauty” by Lasky –

“History for Jocks: A Comparison of American Athletes and Historical Figures” by Nick Erskine

history for jocks“History for Jocks: A Comparison of American Athletes and Historical Figures” by Nick Erskine is a must have for any middle and high school American classroom. This beautifully written book engages the reader from the start. Since the book is a collection of stories, kids and teachers can read the stories in any order that they like. As a parent of middle school sports fanatics and an upper elementary school teacher, I have been searching far and wide for sports text, since in my class, reading about sports is the only reading boys will engage in.

“History of Jocks” compares American historical figures, leaders, and ideas (George Washington, the Founding Fathers, Benjamin Franklin, Andrew jackson, the Texas Revolution, Manifest Destiny, the Lousiana Purchase, and much more) to American athletes and their leaders (Bo Jackson, Vince Lombardi, the Dream Team, Ted Williams, Mike Tyson, etc.).

In addition to being one of the most engaging reads for middle and high school boys that I have seen so far, “History for Jocks” teaches american history, philosophical ideas, and SAT level vocabulary.

Ideal for: middle, high school, enrichment, gifted social studies text

5 Stars Read!

Mrs. Lena, M.Ed.

Florida Science Testing Prep

Welcome to testing season!

The following resources will help refresh memory, prep for testing, and reteach as well.

285 page MEGA Bundle – 5th Grade Science Test Prep\







55 Page Grade 8th Science Test Prep Bundle 

The Roman Empire – FREE Non-Fiction Text

The Roman EmpireFREE Reading Comprehension Text and Reading Comprehension Questions- Social Studies and Language Arts 

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