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We LOVE this message and the lights!!!! This would be a great bulletin board for the beginning of the school year. Goes great with the Student Success Skills and Second Step lessons.

An Educator's Life: An In-Depth Tour of Mr. Hughes' Classroom

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Sentence Writing - Expanding, adding who, what, when, where, why... I can't tell you how often this is useful to use for student (even in highschool) with ADHD

Sentence Writing - Expanding, adding who, what, when, where, why

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Middle School Bulletin Board...I'm thinking of using this idea for the atrium at school....This is your brain, and this is your brain while in middle school.

Great comprehension strategies for students who read fluently but don't have good comprehension

This is my favorite method for teaching elapsed time! The kids really get it, and it mimics what we typically do mentally.

FREE! Try this fun, color-coding activity using synonyms and antonyms with your students.

iPads in the Classroom: App Recommendations Galore! Good, extensive list...not just this fluency app.

Popsicle stick Christmas ornaments you can make - plus a tree topper!

iPad apps broken down by categories, subject and grade levels! awesome site for educators and parents!!!

Learning about adjectives can be fun, and a little creepy too, with this Halloween unit about adjectives! Start with a four page story about Creepy Town's adjective problem, then help the newspaper editor bring adjectives back into her newspaper! All of this to help Mayor Drac get over being called "wimpy"!