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My Shopping List: FREE Kids Coloring Printable *Great way to teach independence and keep the kids entertained so you can shop in peace!

FREE PRINTABLE: Farmer's Market Shopping List for Kids

I heard about Sketchnoting yesterday, tried in class today, and - oh my gosh - they aren't kidding! This really works! Will definitely be teaching my class about this and offering it as a valid note-taking option

This is a great example of how to use storyboarding to create notes or show understanding. I think that this example could be altered and used for younger students too.

School of Fisher: Diving in with Interactive Notebooks

Sarah's guide to Interactive Student Notebooks -- her blog is excellent! She's done a great job of outlining everything you might want to know about how to use an ISN. Sarah teaches middle and high school math.

I hope you enjoy this FREEBIE! I wrote this little booklet to help kids understand when and how to use basic punctuation.

Handelingsgericht Werken Mindmap - Schermvullend

Story & book creator apps that students can use to meet the Common Core Writing Standards

Use this Storytelling Arc handout with ANY short story, novel, or play. Click now for this FREE worksheet!

This is the best teacher blog I've been able to find in regards to Science Notebooks. There are lots of wonderful ideas and a link to her LiveBinder.

middle school language arts notebook...I will make lots of these for my group. It will make my life much easier!

Ways to use paint swatches in the classroom....the comments section has even more ideas!!!

Practical reminders of what good teachers already know but might lose sight of in the blur of the day to day!

Great idea for organizing materials for a center or project--two 2-pocket folders taped together.

Classroom newsletter templates! Just fill in the info and create a PDF.