# education & school

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The table below shows a chart of tenses in English. The structure and example of each tense is also given to construct the grammatically correct sentence. S = Subject V1 (1st form of verb) = Base Form V2 (1nd form of verb) = Past V3 (3r form of verb) = Past Participle … = Rest of the sentence Read also: Verb tenses explained with examples Related

I’ll be honest with you – I was a student who REALLY struggled with math in school. I couldn’t see how it applied to every-day life or other learning subjects. I know that if my teachers had provided me with this tool growing up, it would have been a GAME-CHANGER. I created this math tool

West London English School (WLES) is a private British Council accredited language school offering high quality English Courses at affordable prices.

Winter is just around the corner and I have been working hard on our Winter Math and Literacy Packet for Kindergarten! I am happy to say that it is

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Learn about Prime Numbers with this visible and informative A1 poster. The poster is perfect for display in classrooms, school hallways and at home.

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This fun and differentiated JAM-PACKED unit is filled with 215 pages of everything you need to teach adding 3 numbers (with sums to 20). This pack covers 4 main standards/concepts: adding 3 numbers, strategies for adding 3 numbers (ten frames, make a 10, find a double, and number lines), word proble...

FOIL method Poster for multiplying binomials. I am a big fan of the FOIL method for multiplying binomials. Although I know some educators use the box method, my students find the FOIL method easier and much faster with a little practice. I have color coded the First, Outers, Inners and Last ter...

This Geometry Unit is the perfect addition to your math classroom! The PowerPoint Lesson is very engaging and the bundle includes a variety of activities to help your students understand these concepts! Topics Included: 1. Geometry Terms Review 2. Polygons: Regular and Irregular 3. Specific...

Picture in front of you a big clipboard, loaded with all of the E Degree school alternatives that you have. Each school is noted there, and an area for you to bear in mind. As you go through the next areas, you will be figuratively crossing off the schools that do not apply to your needs.

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