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Science Observation. This anchor chart would be a good reminder when I'm eliciting student observations.

KC Kindergarten Times: Science Observation

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Main Idea Anchor Chart - The Fashionista Teacher

The Fashionista Teacher

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Use soap containers to keep flash cards and playing cards together. | 29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers

29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers

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"Guess Who?" Bulletin Board - great for the beginning of the school year

Guess what I bought???

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roll and retell.pdf - Google Drive. We could roll the dice for book club discussions!

roll and retell.pdf - Google Drive

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Problem solving mat for C.U.B.E.S problem solving strategy. This can be downloaded for free at www.teacherspayte...

Main Idea Anchor Chart

When you say "fist to five check" students rate their understanding by holding up the appropriate number of fingers. The goal is for everyone to be in the green. Great way for students to self-assess their understanding and help you to gauge student understanding.

I like this for the door, maybe with a sign saying welcome to the garden

Our Small-Town Idaho Life: MY CLASSROOM

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Chrysanthemum character study linked with the students' names. Great visual representation of number of letters in names all relating back to Chrysanthemum!

Pencils, Glue, & Tying Shoes: Chrysanthemum

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Creating Number Sense: Numbers 15-20 on Ten Frames great visual to help students understand these numbers!

Learning Adventures: Numbers 15-20 on Ten Frames

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This fun game can be used to help children revise mental math facts, times tables and simple mathematical equations.

Math Games for Kids: Uno Flip | Childhood101

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Want to look into this: Math Daily 5 (BUILD) B=Buddy Games, U=Using Manipulatives, I=Independent Working/Reading, L=Learning About Numbers, D=Doing Math

Great way to get students to want to learn vocabulary for the week. This would also be an easy way to keep track of how often the students use the words. I am not sure if this chart is used for individual students or the class as a whole. It would work best for the students individually but that would be expensive and time consuming to make a chart for each student.

How to Manage Math Centers

Teaching With a Mountain View: Percents, Decimals, Fractions and a Freebie!

Mrs. Terhune's First Grade Site!: Anchor Charts

DIY writing center resource. This is a great idea to meet the shades of meaning standard for Common Core!

Bee Theme- so cute!

Bee Theme!