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good for small group activity, this website looks good for some group items and incentives

Subtract from Ten {Freebie}

Subtract from Ten {Freebie}

Conversations in Literacy: Inferences

Conversations in Literacy: Inferences

Table of Contents- So smart for math journals next year. Reading response journals!!!!

Teaching Statistics: Made 4 Math Monday #8

One iPad? Lots of students? No problem! Check out these super sites and apps. Learn how to connect an inexpensive adapter ($29), or dongle to your iPad to project content for the whole class.

Making 10 worksheets and math centers - practicing how many more to 10

First Grade Math Unit 3

A look at how we changed how we teach reading strategies: students take more ownership

Curious Firsties: And We're Off

word choice, alliteration, showing VS telling,......

Teach Mentor Texts: Go, Picture Book, It's Your Special Month!

Yes, you TELL kids to go back in the text... but do they really know HOW? Step-by-step process to guide your kids in finding the text evidence to support answers (so perfect for Common Core!)

3D shapes Fold and Learn English-Spanish Not sure if you still need shape stuff MB but thought this is best review!

3D shapes Fold and Learn

Analyzing errors in math class. What did they do wrong and why?

Runde's Room: Something New For My Math Class

Create●Teach●Share: Non-Fiction Know-It-Alls printables for nonfiction

Create●Teach●Share: Non-Fiction Know-It-Alls

Print and Go. Students will learn to count on from any given number. The worksheets start out simple and get progressively more challenging as you introduce larger numbers and students learn to count by 1's, 2's, 5's, and 10's.This activity aligns with Common Core Math Content K.CC.A.2 or 1.NBT.A.1. This is a set of 14 worksheets in all.

Counting On From Any Given Number by 1's, 2's, 5's, 10's

Read alouds organized by strategy!!

Simply SWEET TEAching: Back to School Classroom Tour!!

A differentiated way to show fractional parts of a whole... using mini cans of play-doh

Fraction Fun - The Organized Classroom Blog

A Fan Page Freebie for you. Opening and Closing ideas for writing.

Opening and Closing Statements