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Some fun ideas that make reading and writing at home more fun and engaging for kids

Clever Classroom: Non-Traditional Homework Ideas

Tools to help you level your classroom library .....Follow for Free 'too-neat-not-keep' literacy tools fun teaching stuff :)

This free resource has a huge collection of different printable paper templates! Download them for free!

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The Environmental Literacy Council

50 States' Certification Requirements | Academic Services and Teacher Certification

U.S. Department of Education

awesome idea - a class list with each students picture. Perfect for a sub binder. Perfect for volunteer also!!!

100 Things You Can Purchase from the Dollar Tree and Use in the classroom with over 150 activities using those materials! So many great ideas in this post!

I love the idea of having all of these sayings that you and the class can share so you can get their attention because it will make getting quiet and paying attention fun for both you and them. The only problem with this may be that there are a whole lot of sayings on this list so remembering them all would be kind of hard. You can fix this by just picking a few.

Grouping strategies at your fingertips! Free download!@Melissa Squires Squires Alonzo-Dillard

FREE Visual Supply Tags from Miss B's Special Education Classroom on (3 pages) - Visual Supply Tags for your Classroom Supplies

Be a leader, not a boss. (Need to remember this when I meet my next guy so I won't be used and pushed around.)

Leadership Poster

FREE Printable Math Worksheets for Grades Elementary - High School. Supplement or Free Homeschool Curriculum.

Music Fun - Interactive Learning Sites for Education

For my teacher friends :) A whole bunch of stores with teacher discounts- some I didn't know about

Free printable behavior plans/charts + video and article with ideas for implementation.

Educational Field Trips - Click on the map to find museums, zoos, aquariums, planetariums, historic houses, nature centers, cultural centers, and other educational facilities in your state or province.