Election 2016 Bellringer-Trump Debate Cartoon

Election 2016 Bellringer

Election 2016 Bellringer
Election 2016 Bellringer

Love him or hate him, Donald Trump can be his own worst enemy, which is a sentiment that is captured beautifully in this cartoon.

For a simple and ready-to-go bellringer, you can make your own copy of this Google Form, or print out this Cartoon Analysis Sheet.

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Election 2016 Bellringer-Trump Wall Cartoon

Election 2016 Bellringer

Election 2016 Bellringer
Tom Toles Editorial Cartoon

Election 2016 has had an awful lot of talk about walls.  And it looks like Donald Trump may have himself “walled in” so to speak.

To use this great cartoon in class, try this Google Form (please make a copy) or this printable cartoon analysis sheet.

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Election 2016 Bellringer-Hillary Grinder Cartoon

Election 2016 Bellringer

Election 2016 Bellringer
Election 2016 Bellringer

This issue may never go away!  This cartoon holds a two-front challenge in my opinion: 1. Explaining to students the “Clinton Foundation” and its relevance, and 2. Telling them what a grinder monkey is!

I have created a Google Form to guide students through their analysis.  Just please be sure to make a copy for yourself.  But if you’re feeling old school, use this printable cartoon analysis sheet.

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Election 2016 Bellringer: Clinton Drive-through

Election 2016 Bellringer

Election 2016 Bellringer
Election 2016 Bellringer

The Clinton’s are no strangers to controversy, and this election promises much of that.  This bellringer contains a cartoon portraying the Clinton Foundation as a drive-through window, open for favors.

While it might take some background explanation, this is a great bellringer for explaining the role that the peddling of influence will play in Election 2016.  Use can use this Google Form (just make a copy) or this printable worksheet.  The cartoon is included in both options.

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Election 2016 Bellringer: Hillary and the Flag

Election 2016 Bellringer

Election 2016 Bellringer
Election 2016 Bellringer

When Election Season comes around, it is always a good idea to remind students about symbolism and the appeal to patriotism used by the candidates.

This Election 2016 Bellringer has a great picture of Hillary Clinton in front of the American Flag.  Use this Google Form and share your own copy with students, or download this printable worksheet.  All formats include the picture and can act as a stand-alone activity.

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Election 2016 Bellringer: Trump After Rally

Election 2016 Bellringer

Election 2016 Bellringer
Election 2016 Bellringer

You never know what will happen after a Trump rally.  Here the Candidate is giving a thumbs-up as he leaves an event in Pennsylvania.

For this Election 2016 Bellringer, you can use the Google Form, which is a great stand-alone activity.  Just be sure to make a copy to share with students.

Or you can use this photo analysis printable worksheet, which also includes the photo.

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Election 2016 Bellringer: Trump Speaking

Election 2016 Bellringer

Election 2016 Bellringer
Election 2016 Bellringer

This election 2016 bellringer features Mr. Trump on the podium.  Nothing captures the unique nature of this election like a picture of Donald Trump speaking to his supporters.

This ready-to-go Bellringer has a photo analysis activity via Google Form. Just be sure to make a copy of your own to use.

I have also included a printable worksheet version of the bellringer activity, with the picture.

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Bellringer: Hillary Stops for a Selfie

Election 2016 Bellringers

Election 2016 Bellringer Activity
Election 2016 Bellringer Activity

Election 2016 has so many photo opps, and even the venerable Hillary Clinton can’t resist a quick selfie.  So why not use it as a bellringer?

This bellringer for the Election 2016 features a photo of Hillary Clinton posing for a selfie.  This Google Form contains the picture and can be used electronically or you can print the Bellringer worksheet, which includes the picture.  if you are using the Google Form, be sure to make a copy for your own use and then your are good to go.

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Nervous System Worksheets, Lesson Plans, Printables

Here are a few of the nervous system lesson plans, worksheets, and printables I found using Search PlanIt.

Human Nervous System Lesson Plans, Worksheets, Printables
Human Nervous System Lesson Plans, Worksheets, Printables

Lesson Plans Inc has a great selection of nervous system lesson plans, worksheets and printables.  They have nervous system crossword puzzles, nervous system word searches and even a printable poster of the human nervous system.  A great resource for introductory lesson plans on the nervous system as well as more advanced nervous system lesson plans and printable worksheets.

Teacher Planet has an amazing collection of nervous system lesson plans, worksheets and printables.  If you are planning a unit on the human nervous system, you must take a look at these nervous system printables and worksheets.

But go ahead and check out all of the nervous system lesson plans, worksheets, and printables that you can find using Search PlanIt.

And please take just a moment and rate the Nervous System lesson plans and printables that you find.  You will save teachers much time as they look for Nervous System lesson plans in the future.

And please don’t forget one of the coolest things about Search PlanIt – You can share the best lesson plans and worksheets over the human Nervous System that  you find with just one click!

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They are at the bottom of the results page or in the popup box on individual lesson plans where it says “share these results”.  Just click the icon and share your Nervous System worksheets and printables with your colleagues on Twitter, Facebook, or by sending an e-mail!

And new to Search PlanIt – You can “Pin It” if you would like to put these lesson plans on Pinterest.  Just look for the “Pin It” button on each page.  Fast & simple!

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Progressive Era Lesson Plans, Worksheets, and Printables

Here are a few of the Progressive Era lesson plans, worksheets, and printables I found using Search PlanIt.

Progressive Era Lesson Plans, Worksheets, Printables

The National Archives has a great Progressive Era lesson plan that uses political cartoons from the Progressive Era.  There is even a printable worksheet to use with your Progressive Era cartoon.  This would be an excellent Progressive Era lesson plan for middle school or high school students.

Best History Sites has an outstanding selection of Progressive Era lesson plans, worksheets, and printables.  There are links to lesson plans on Upton Sinclair’s The Jungle as well as links to a large variety of Progressive Era lesson plans and printable worksheets.  You can find resources on Teddy Roosevelt, the early Women’s movement, sweat shops and more.  An excellent place to start for your Progressive Era lesson plans, worksheets, and printables.

But go ahead and check out all of the Progressive Era lesson plans, worksheets, and printables you can find using Search PlanIt.

And please take just a moment and rate the Progressive Era lesson plans and printables that you find.  You will save teachers much time as they look for Progressive Era lesson plans in the future.

And please don’t forget one of the coolest things about Search PlanIt – You can share the best lesson plans and worksheets over the Progressive Era that  you find with just one click!

Look for these buttons   (Twitter, Facebook, Print, E-Mail)

They are at the bottom of the results page or in the popup box on individual lesson plans where it says “share these results”.  Just click the icon and share your Progressive Era worksheets and printables with your colleagues on Twitter, Facebook, or by sending an e-mail!

And new to Search PlanIt – You can “Pin It” if you would like to put these lesson plans on Pinterest.  Just look for the “Pin It” button on each page.  Fast & simple!

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