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Technology Exit Slips - perfect for upper elementary and middle school! ANY SUBJECT!

Here's a set of snow themed mathematical brain teasers for kids.

Snowflake Math Brain Bogglers

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Need a fun and engaging activity for your students to do while you are away--- for sub tub -FREE

My Teacher is Missing Writing Activity

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Critical Thinking and Teamwork activities this activity could be very useful to get students thinking especially after lunch times

Twitter / Christchurchsw9: Critical thinking and teamwork ...

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Hide these Golden Tickets in library books or classroom books that never get read or checked out. Then reward the student that is lucky enough to discover it!

The Fish Bowl: A Cooperative Learning Strategy {Post 5 of 5}

Spelling Scribble: Have students draw a big scribble then use a colored pencil to practice writing each spelling word to fill the spaces inside the scribble. I though I might use it with the white butcher paper in the hallway for students who need movement!

DO THIS!! what a smart teacher!!!! pinner says: My latest ploy-- getting my kids into more non-fiction. I'll post a crazy fact a day, and if they can bring in a fact for me and show me where they read it (any non-fiction resource, print or digital) I'll put it up for the day with their name. I'm hopeful I can hook them! {image only}...what a great idea!!

Subtraction Bowling- great for visual and kinesthetic learners, and to get the kids out of their seats and actually practicing/applying their knowledge

What the Teacher Wants!

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27 Ways To Be A 21st Century Teacher: "Most of the ways are briefly explained but that’s kinda the beauty of the chart. You can take the sentence and turn it into a new teaching process that others may not already use."

27 Ways To Be A 21st Century Teacher - Edudemic

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M fractions. Kids count how many of each color and write the number in a chart. Then have them write the fraction of the total each color represents.

Buzzing with Ms. B: Tasty Fractions *Fractions Freebie!

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