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Ideas for Target Dollar Spot

Center ideas using foam dice purchased at Dollar Tree

Miss Kindergarten: DIY Foam Dice

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Pucker Up! A game that reinforces factors in multiplication...lots of fun...easy to create! Love the Dollar Tree Coconut Cup!

An Uncommon to the Core Teacher

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Target's dollar bin, but after seeing how this teacher organizes with these accordion folders, I might just need to get these for my 30+ students!

tattling to the teacher: organization

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I bought several of these from Target's dollar bin, but after seeing how this teacher organizes with these accordion folders, I am going back for some more!

tattling to the teacher: organization

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Dollar Tree Categorization Activity | Consonantly Speaking

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use these (from dollar tree) or the mini glad ware to store table group sets of bingo chips, etc

First Grade School Box: Classroom Shopping Linky Party

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Ideas for using packs of die-cut shapes from the dollar store

I Love 2 Teach: The Possibilities Are Endless...

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Math Center: I went crazy and made oodles of center activities (inspired by Pinterest) over Thanksgiving break. All the materials were bought at the Dollar Tree :) This one I called "Hot Fact Cakes" ;)

Write a different sight word on each foam square. Then, put them all in a bag. Pair up the students and have them take turns picking a foam square out of the bag. If they can read the sight word that's on the square they get to keep it and add it to their stack. With each word they get their stack grows. If their stack of foam squares topples over they have to put them back in the bag (the stacks usually don't fall over until they get past 10 squares-so make a lot of words for this game!).

I bought lots of the small pocket charts at Target this summer. I decided to use them in my guided reading area. I have one pocket chart with our current reading strategy, the others with reading vocabulary, reading fix up strategies and our guided reading information. (I purchased the Reading Vocabulary words from Kim Adsit  (Literacy Vocabulary Packet and Word Wall)  at Teachers Pay Teachers)

A Teacher's Touch: Schema Pocket Chart

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