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A parts of a cell worksheet for science with a interactive exercise.

Interactive Parts of a Plant Cell

Explore the fascinating world of plant cells with our interactive parts of a cell worksheet! Learn about different cell structures and their functions in a fun and engaging way.

Earth Day Sorting Activity

Sort the below into things that help the Earth and things that hurt the Earth.

A activity for read across america day with a story sequencing exercise.

Story Sequencing Activity

Uncover the story's sequence with our easy and fun activity!

A CVC spelling board in collaboration with Alison Shybeeeeee for K-2nd graders with a boho theme

CVC Spelling Board | Alison Shybeeeeee

This interactive CVC template is a fun and engaging way for students to practice making words. Students can drag and drop the consonants and vowels to create the word to match the picture.

Easter Bunny Puzzle | Portrait

Put your puzzle skills to the test with this festive Easter scene.

A create your own monster template for a brain break with a interactive design.

Create Your Own Monster | Portrait

Unleash your creativity with our 'Create Your Own Monster' activity! Let your imagination run wild and design a unique creature that's all your own.

A frog life cycle worksheet for science classes with a interactive design.

Frog Life Cycle

Discover the fascinating world of frogs with our life cycle worksheet! Engage young learners with fun exercises that explore the stages of a frog's life.

A icebreaker activity for back to school with a interactive world map.

Interactive World Map

Embark on a global adventure with our interactive world map. Explore, connect, and discover by placing pins and sharing interesting facts about yourself or locations. Let the exploration begin!

A interactive easter bunny template for K-4th graders with a build your own design

Build Your Own Easter Bunny

Hop into fun with our interactive build-your-own Easter Bunny activity! Get creative and make your own unique bunny.

Photosynthesis and Celluar Respiration | Drag and Drop

A worksheet exploring the vital processes of photosynthesis and cellular respiration, ideal for enhancing students' understanding of these concepts.

Unlock the world of computer science with our interactive 17-page vocabulary workbook!

Computer Science Vocabulary Workbook

Our Computer Science Vocabulary Book was designed by Laurie Guyon @SMILELearning with the new NYSED digital and computer science standards in mind. It's the go-to resource for 3rd-6th grade students eager to learn fundamental tech terminology. They can explore 18 key terms while completing engaging activities. Equip your students with our Computer Science Vocabulary Book, and let them confidently navigate the digital world!

A map for your classroom with a fun interactive design.

Classroom Map Template

Step into your classroom with this interactive map worksheet!

Chutes & Ladders

Help develop your younger students' counting skills while having fun with Chutes and Ladders!

Playing the game gives students a chance to practice counting as they move their pieces back and forth in a repetitive nature. Plus, you're supporting their general arithmetic skills as they count how many places forward or back the snake or ladder has taken them.

Chutes and Ladders is a brilliantly simple board game fit for any age group, helping students learn as they play.

Also known as: Snakes & Ladders.

A digestive system template for 5th-12th graders with a interactive exercise.

Interactive Digestive System

A digestive system worksheet is a helpful tool for students to learn about the organs and functions of the digestive system.

A solar system worksheet for learning about the planets with a interactive drag and drop design.

Interactive Solar System

Explore the wonders of our cosmic neighborhood with this interactive solar system worksheet!

Chess

Boost your students brain development with a simple game of chess!

Chess exercises both sides of the brain and requires a lot of “if this, then-that” scenarios, so students will have to imagine all the potential moves, alternatives and outcomes as they play.

Plus, chess is known to significantly improve visual memory and concentration, as well as reading and problem-solving skills.

Assign this template to students in pairs (try match one student who knows how to play with another who's yet to learn to test your students' ability to lead and follow).