I love this birthday idea! Fun!
Thinking deeper about math. "The answer is ___." "What is the question?"
Runde's Room: Differentiation in Writing - Goal-Setting Clip Chart
Get the BEST resources for Back to School at this Best Seller Linky! Just in time for the big TpT Back to School Sale!
Wondering about how you are going to get the school year started? Check out these ideas that will get you through your classroom prep to that all-important first few minutes of the first day of school.
Who's Who and Who's New: Setting the Tone in the First 10 Minutes of the First Day of School
The Thinker Builder: How I ARRANGE My Classroom Library [Part One in the Classroom Library Series]
Geoboard phonics match up. Brilliant!
Small Group Reading Materials Organization- how to keep your reading materials organized and what to include! FINGER LIGHTS! AND they are at the DOLLAR TREE folks! :) Hilary
Use two filing cabinets to create a cute cozy corner or quiet area. The curtain rod and simple curtains make this a place where students love to sit and read. What a fun idea!
Cute idea for last day of school pics of your class - The Future is so Bright, I Got to Wear Shades!
I love teaching alliteration to my kiddos and wanted a quick and easy way to help them learn. I came up with a spinner idea . . . Just print, laminate, and USE!
Pink and Green Mama: Fun With Legos: DIY Lego Hangman
Good Birthday Gifts and Goodies for Great Kids!
A way to engage students and make story problems more meaningful. motivating math manipulaives: lids with stickers
The general concept is: 1st read: focus on the big ideas and whole text comprehension 2nd read: Focus on how the text works, paying attention to the specific comprehension that you want students to learn through the text (compare and contrast, cause and effect, description, etc.) 3rd read: Focus on connecting the text to self and other texts
Close Reading - Whos Who and Whos New
So I cut squares of green tissue paper with a strip of yellow and wrapped up enough coins for all my kids.
Leprechaun-size donuts from Cheerios as leprechaun bait—with printable donut box! Also ideas to lead your kids to believe you've been invaded by leprechauns (green toilet water and little footprints :)