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The Pioneer Woman makes Fettucini Alfredo... This is so simple and awesome. Tastes so authentic. Better than Olive Garden at home!

Blueberry Quick Bread

Math scavenger hunt - This would be fun for the first week of school, could be changed to fit any grade level….image only

Science Friday - Great site for your science classroom.

Blog Post: keeping track of homework

Great idea instead of the plain old boring first day letter every year.

5th grade- Constitution Preamble Quilt. We put each group in charge of one section of the preamble. They had to write it as is, rewrite it in their own words, then illustrate it's meaning.

Legos are a fantastic way to teach symmetry in math. The kids will have a blast playing with toys while learning.

Pom Poms. maybe you can fasten a pom and lantern and lace balloon chandelier for the patio? right in the center of all those columns?

These get-to-know-you activities are perfect for the first week of school.

This can be used in my future middle school or even high school classroom. To this day, I still use a variation of this method to solve math problems, so it can be extremely useful for my students as well.

4TH, 5TH, AND 6TH GRADE SCIENCE ENRICHMENT PROJECTS FOR THE ENTIRE YEAR! Challenging, creative and fun projects for all of the important science topics taught in these grades. Authentic language arts/science integration. Vocabulary handouts are included with each set of projects. No teacher prep. I have bundled twelve of my best selling differentiated science project menus. Great for your entire class, early finishers, high achievers or gifted students.

MathLibs…Every kid loves math libs…made for third and fourth graders!

I love this open house idea: Put out "apples" for parents to take if they agree they will donate that item to the class. I would put out at last 5 of each of the following: Hand Sanitizer, Tissues, Hand Soap, Reward Stickers. :) Doing this!

Behavior Clip Chart - Behavior Management - Super Heroes, $

Categorizing math mistakes. Great idea for teaching students to analyze their own mistakes.

PadWheelV3: So when you take a Bloom’s wheel, and smash it together with 60+ educational apps that allows learners to brainstorm, collaborate, research, create, curate, and create new knowledge–well, then you have the image.