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Meaningful First Week Activities: questions about the upcoming school year that students answer on post it notes in small groups and then stick them under the question. class discussion afterward

Mrs. Robinson's Classroom Blog: Meaningful First Week Activities

this is similar to how I set out my weekly planning

Erica's Ed-Ventures: My First Grade Plan Book

SMART Goals....good thing to think about while creating goals.

I like the idea behind this, but this is NOT a good poster for a classroom of middle schoolers. Only middle school teachers will understand why.

A formative assessment strategy 3-2-1

A Formative Assessment Option


Agriculture in the Classroom -

Fun and easy way to review all skills taught! I put in questions dating all the way back to the first unit I taught! So much fun! On April Fools, everyone got a golden egg!!

Popular books for teens - my students love a lot of these and ask for them in the class library.

Hunger Games Lessons: Popular Books for Teens


trans fats | biochemist01

Ideas and solutions for the secondary classroom.

A great way to get kids thinking ~ show a picture and ask students to write about what they think happened.

Ice Cream Melting Causes Hot Days | The Real Revo

Super cute Birthdays! Pictures holding the date. Love this idea- image only.

Keepin' It Krazy: Setting Up My FIRST Classroom!

Avoid using the word 'very'

Avoid using the word 'very'

Studetns understand science better when a topic is accompanied by a hands-on experiment or activity! I have used the above activity before to teach about how rain occurs as a part of the water cycle! This blog has more than 50 science activities for students and teachers to complete that will help students remember what they are taught in science!

50+ Science Activities for Kids: Kid's Co-op ~ Reading Confetti

Student Contact Information

Student Contact Information