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Hippo Craft for Zoo animals unit. Fun I do with English--loves hippos

This would be great to hang in a high school classroom in a spot of the classroom that the students see every single day.

Organizing Our Mystery of History Notebook

A Dash of Ash: Oh, the Places Youll Go (for a Cute Classroom)... DR. Seuss Classroom

The quickest way for me to get dinner on the table -- give the little one a big box and some crayons!

Practice sight words with Superheroes - play Superhero Sight Word Mash! (or letters, numbers,etc) The kids would probably LOVE this!!

First day project: Friend Tree. Everyone puts their thumb print on the tree then teacher later frames it and hangs it as a reminder that we are all friends. I could even use it at open house and let the parents join us since we're all a team.

Adorable game made from a cardboard tube... throw the dice and see who grows the fastest!

Back-to-School Bulletin Boards Give Away!

Use borders on shelves for a finished look. Cute!

Recyle Crayon Boxes into Color Words Books

Bright Adorable Ocean Classroom Decor Pack by Classroom Compulsion

perfect for the snack part of the activities this train is adorable and really easy to make (as it looks in the pic... I DO NOT LOOK IN DEPTH AT THESE TILL LATER!!!

Authorial Intent: Is It Worth Writing? How to Critique Your Story Ideas

For bible story about Jacob and his ladder. Make a Jacob's Ladder | Crafts | Spoonful

Art Projects for Kids: crayons. Early kinder project : printing and coloring with crayons

Project Based Engineering ideas for teaching kids

The new revised Bloom's Taxonomy.

Will have to check this out later, when I get the chance. 13 COLONIES....many, many links here! Terrific site!

Cute and quick lesson to go with the nonfiction story Exploring Space with an Astronaut. Great hands-on activities for beginning of the year in second grade.

Chrysanthemum name activity and printables

students work together to follow ordered pairs which eventually create a cube or rectangular prism. Then, they use that net to find the volume and surface area of the figure. Finally, they cut it out and have the solid figure.