Oh' Boy 4th Grade: FIVE, moose, and butterflies
Gotta jet, marmoset! Outa here, reindeer! Peace out, sauerkraut! Afternoon, raccoon! Sayonara, jaguar-a! Good day, blue jay! Farewell, jingle bell! Over and out, rainbow trout! Time for food, later dude! Gotta zip, tater chip! On my way, Chevrolet! Outa sight, snake bite! Goodnight, Snow White! Had fun, gonna run! Y'all come back, crackerjack! Good-bye, gotta fly! The end, my friend!@Robin S
Our Cool School: daily 5
Question Words And Exclamation Words Poster Set
Branson Reader's Workshop / Anchor Charts Photos
the "glow and grow" strategy is a perfect tool for my students to use when reflecting and assessing their own, or a peer's work, or for me to use during formal or summative assessments. Basically, students (or teachers) use a "glowing" highlighter (we use bright yellow) to show what was done really well, and a "growing" green highlighter to show areas that could use some improvement.
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Smiley Sentences Poster
Story Elements Anchor Chart. We are setting up a reading corner @ church. We give the kids the first :30 of our Bible Study (:90) time to finish their homework. This should help those who have to do book reports. We were blessed to receive 10 boxes of books from a teacher who was retiring and cleaned out her classroom.
Mrs. Terhune's First Grade Site!