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Looking for a fun lesson for the first week back to school? This lesson attempts to make the “write-about-your-summer” exercise just a little bit more exciting and engaging for older students, while at the same time giving them solid writing practice.
Straight forward and to the point! (Image only)
• Create presentations, infographics, electronic surveys and build websites • Collaborate using online multi-media walls and whiteboards • Use ClassDojo, ClassBadges and Edmodo to engage students 1. ClassBadges 2. ClassDojo 3. Edmodo 4. Google Image Search 5. Haiku Deck 6. Murally 7. Padlet 8. Piktochart 9. SurveyMonkey 10. Wix Website Builder
Love these ideas. May even do some at home! 36 Clever DIY Ways To Decorate Your Classroom.
36 Clever DIY Ways To Decorate Your Classroom
Command hooks and a tension rod create a super easy anchor chart stand!
Fun With Firsties: Snow Day Activities & Holiday Hoopla
Fish made from recycled CD's using foam for my computer lab. I have also made a bear, a worm, a frog, a cat, and a bumblebee. I got pattern ideas from coloring sheets and patterns found on the Internet. I recently did these with Student Council to help decorate for our Hawaiian theme. Very cute hanging everywhere!
Fish made from recycled CD's using foam for my computer lab.
What kind of cloud is it? Make a cloud inspector for kids...
Make the edging look totally pro with washi tape. | 36 Clever DIY Ways To Decorate Your Classroom
FREE Regions Research Foldable from Learning-Laughing-Leading on TeachersNotebook.com (9 pages) - This file contains pages for students note-taking and/or research report. One page for each US region is included. Ive included pictures of an envelope foldable project for publishing student work. (Envelope foldable directions found in Dinah
Managing Your Turn-In Tray with Clothespins - Cheap and Easy!