Give Me Five is a reminder that they use in my field placement school (Sam Houston Elementary) to get the students to quiet down and pay attention. I think it is a great and simple symbol that the students respond well to. As soon as the teachers say, "Give me five", or raise their hands, the students know exactly what is expected of them.
Peace, Love and Learning: "Give Me Five" Freebie
Monthly timelines of classroom events. I love this idea! Parent volunteers can help.
beg, mid, end- snowman as graphic organizer
Fun First Day Activity- Tally Marks and Skip Counting. Each child draws him/herself on a craft stick. Tell a story about the fifth kid falling and four friends catching him! Count by fives and tens.
Great, great, great website! So many printable worksheets - numbers, letters, shapes, everything - for different grade levels.
(No page) Love this as notes...I want to play a game and hide pieces around the school based on prepositions! The trash can is — the wall. When they find the correct preposition they write it in and take a picture to make a new anchor chart. (Small groups)