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2nd Grade with Mrs. Wade: Compare and Contrast

Use these posters to facilitate The Daily 5 in your classroom! This set of Daily 5 Posters, I Charts and Cafe Posters compliments my

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Daily Five Signs - I like the crafted look of this. May remake a similar idea for my classroom.

I Love My Classroom: Super Hero Addition and Multiplication

Alan Sanders’ superheroes – perfect poster material…. | The Forbidden Planet International Blog Log

These adorable numbers (1-36) have so many uses in the classroom! Use them to identify cubbies, label supplies, organize book bins, or display num...

Super Words: Dolch Word Wall Cards from KawaiiClassroom on TeachersNotebook.com (31 pages) - $4- Super Words: Dolch Word Wall Cards. This set of cards is great for a hero themed classroom! PDF includes letter cards (2.75x3), dolch word cards (pre-primer through 3rd) (3.75x1.5), and word wall title (9.5x3.75). E

great storage for the super heroes room- each table in a classroom could have a super hero mascot

Teaming Up To Teach: Superhero Classroom

Teaming Up To Teach: Superhero Classroom

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UPDATED!! Super Hero Classroom Decor Pack ~Bright Chevron on Black~ Calendar pack and rule posters have been added!

Could change this to "I think you're Super!" and make classroom friend Valentine's out of the idea. Love options that are unisex and not at all suggestive..

super heroes themed classroom | School Classroom Theme: Superheroes! / Superhero behavior chart, lose ...

Super hero awards for a super hero theme classroom

super hero classroom | the {ART} of learning: {Superheroes UNITE!}

6 Blank Editable Polka Dot Tags/ Labels for your classroom. You will need to have POWERPOINT to add your own text to the tags/ labels. You will be able to save the labels/tags with your text on it. Just go to file and save!

A 5 minute sports routine. For when kids need to move.

Mystery Walker. This one has saved me so many headaches! Once we are all lined up and ready to leave the classroom, I choose a name from the bucket and put it in my pocket. This is our "mystery walker'. I keep my eyes on this child while we are walking in the hall. If this child has been on his/her best behavior, he/she gets to pick a prize from my treasure box when we get back to class.

Back to school idea - "We're looking back on summer, this is what we see!" Have students draw pictures of things they have done over summer break in sunglasses. Free download.


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