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Mrs. A-Colwell's Class: Sorry about the mess… we're learning! FREE sign

Mathematics of life

need a sign like this...for my children (and myself)Reminds me of Ephesians 4:29 Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen.

Compass Painting ~ a fun and playful way to combine math and art! Who knew school supplies could be so fun!

Tip: Cube Games - With blank cubes that you’ve made (download a template) or use a store bought dry-erase cube, write tasks on each face of the cube and partners or a small group can take turns rolling for the person to their right who must complete the task. Students pass the cube and roll again. This is a great hands-on strategy for practice and/or review with content and language. Alternatives & Extensions: On each face, write key content vocabulary and students roll the die and must use...

Corkboard Connections: Fantastic Foldable Freebies Link Up! Dozens of blog posts with great examples of foldables!

Tape a large straw to the cover of notebook to hold pencil -- clever teacher!

500+ Creative Lessons to teach almost anything. Absolutely wonderful site and resource for any teacher.

3000 songs to use in lesson plans! Sorted by artist and subject!

Noise level app: Teachers Have Sensory Needs Too

Make a quick bracelet for students to wear out of a scrap of paper when you really need them to remember something. Brilliant! No more "I forgot" excuses!!

101 Websites That Every Elementary Teacher Should Know About

This is a great website! There are over 150 digital books! ALL FREE!