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flubber recipe with borax and glue

Crayola has some neat coloring pages, including body or cell diagrams

Comprehension strategies

THIS IS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL THING I'VE EVER SEEN.

101 Websites for Science Teachers

Every child is gifted; they just unwrap their packages at different times or may have different contents.

10 Nonfiction Activity Ideas for Kids!

OPINION WRITING: This is great to teach kids how to cite evidence and give reasons in opinion writing in a really fun way! "I have evidence that my dad is an alien" is an Audi commercial that can lead to a great discussion about observations.

Words Their Way for Big Kids Ideas- this teacher has many ideas to incorporate for word work in the upper elementary classroom!

Pinner says "Each classroom decides on a theme and then the students create poetry about the theme. These make an adorable display for April (it is poetry month, I think). To go hand in hand with the project, we compile all of the student poems into a school-wide anthology and give a copy of the anthology to each child! They LOVE it! They read those anthologies cover to cover!"

Totally Task Cards: A website with ideas, freebies, and more!

Using Board Games to Engage Students with Task Cards! To take their turn, students must correctly answer a question on a task card.

East Coast Mommy: Dr. Seuss Inspired Fun - melted white chocolate with green m -- could also make sugar cookies this shape

Got my head in the clouds, no, really, thinkin bout different cloud types ;)

Science EOG, 5th Grade, Weather Concepts flashcards | Quizlet

Freebie! This resource includes two grade 5 common core interactive notebook reading lessons, printable student pages, graphic organizers, a reflection on learning printable, and explanations for the lessons!

Get to sit in the "Sweet Seat" for good behavior!

Great way to teach literal and figurative language. Even middle school students love it!

First, next, then, last...(Who, what, where, when, why, how) HILARIOUS! Stop it at various points and predict.