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Scottish Terrier Puppy. First day at home

Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons: My Emergency Sub Plans and a Fun Giveaway!

Cute back-to-school or icebreaker idea!

100 Ways to Say Great to Support Others | Infographic A Day

Reading Owl Notepad | Classroom décor from Carson-Dellosa

Did you ever need a card at school and couldn't find one? Well, this packet of over 110 Teacher Post Cards will solve that problem! Everything from Back to School, to Happy Birthday. Reminders for Picture Day, Open House, and Conferences. Requests for supplies, thank you notes, and behavior rewards. The kids will love getting these adorable cards from their teacher.

Friendship-themed kokeshi cross stitch project by Joan Elliott. Find the pattern in The World of Cross Stitching, in the new-look, bumper celebratory issue 200

Nice way to remind students of the vocab they learned from past texts

Nice way to remind students of the vocab they learned from past texts

Little Miss Kindergarten - Lessons from the Little Red Schoolhouse! Click on the image in the post for building a community!

First day "about me by the numbers" activity

Classroom Decor Classroom Sign Teacher by LittleLifeDesigns -- I will definitely use this is my classroom because it gives each student a sense of value...that they are respected and loved in my classroom. It also creates a welcoming environment and that is something that I want to have in my classroom. 3370

Review and grow your students' understanding of those tricky language standards with this appealing set of 36 language task cards. This resource addresses most common core second grade language standards. Engaging pictures on each task card in this set keep learners attention to the task at hand. $

Secondgradealicious: Happy Mother's Day!

Inquiry based learning is a great approach to teaching and learning that engages students and fosters critical thinking!

Divide the inside of a file folder into boxes that are slightly larger than small sticky notes. Write students' names in the boxes in alphabetical order, one name per box. Whenever you want to make a note about a student's progress, jot the information on a sticky note and then place it in the appropriate box. Periodically move the sticky notes to students' assessment folders. You'll have valuable information at your fingertips when it's time to prepare report cards.

a fun craft for kids

Cut a potato in half and create your Easter chicks!

Fern Smith's FREE Vowels Long e