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Class Rules with Kids' Pictures!

QR Code Classroom Craze - tons of tips, freebies, and resources to help you implement QR codes in your classroom! Tabitha Carro • That's you! Comment

Mini Anchor Chart Stand. Perfect for use during small group instruction! Directions for how to make this are included in the post.

Question and Answer board - give students the answer and they have to write a word problem that matches the answer. You can have students do any operation or even 2 step problems. I have my students check each other's questions the next day.

Interesting idea!! A secret student is randomly selected and the teacher monitors that student for the day. If the student does well, he/she is recognized and is rewarded. If he/she does not do well, the student is not named and the teacher just tells the class that the secret student did not have a good day but tomorrow will be a better day.

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teachers Who Use Educational Technology Infographic

An Apple For The Teacher: Using T-Charts To Solve Elapsed Time Problems

Elapsed Time with T Chart 4G

Teaching elapsed time using a T-chart. "Stop in the name of Math" tutorial video

Elapsed Time on T-charts and number lines. Elapsed Time Blog Post!

Teaching With a Mountain View: Elapsed Time Troubles

My Teacher Friend: Math Benchmark Tracking. Students chart their own math benchmark test data with post-its. This took most 5th graders in the class 20 minutes! Data you can USE to drive your instruction!

Command hooks and a tension rod create a super easy anchor chart stand. So much better than those old chunky rolling chart stands!!

Back to School: Parent Handbook Flip Book! EDITABLE so that you can make for your classroom!

Decimal of the Day Packet Aligned to 5.NBT.2, 5.NBT.3, 5.NBT.4, 5.NBT.7

Grade 4, 5, 6, 7 Coordinate Grid Nerf Gun Activity - Shoot darts on a laminated grid poster board, then use the students worksheet to plot your shot, then on page 2 you can record your ordered pair and label which quadrant it landed in.

Introduces students to quadrilateral names, properties, and relationships via the "Quadra Family Story", the "Quadrilateral Family Tree" worksheet, "The Quadrilateral Rap", a critical thinking worksheet, and a fun-to-play challenge game. A great way to move into study of quadrilaterals! Your students will love this product and it's amazing cast of characters! This product, sold for \$3, goes hand in hand with "The Polygon Song" and "Polygon Classification Challenge" (also available at TpT).

Introduces fourth through seventh graders to different polygons, their names, and properties via a fun-to-play game that takes one class period. Works well to begin or end a geometry unit or as a beginning of the year refresher! Available for \$1.50 on Teachers Pay Teachers. This product goes hand in hand with "The Polygon Song" (a free download), "Quadrilateral Mania" (classification of quadrilaterals), and "Solid Classification Challenge" (3-dimensional figures).

Love this idea! (I often see similar activities for math, but this is the first time I've seen this activity used within a literacy lesson.)