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Fourth and Ten: whole brain teaching

Fourth and Ten: whole brain teaching

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Everything you need for your writing center.

Writing Center (Writing process posters and word rings)

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Place Value Game. I would add a few rows to get to the 100,000's. The kids could then write the number in standard, expanded and word forms. FUN!

Place Value Game

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What Will You Be? | 31 Incredible Bulletin Boards For Back To School

31 Incredible Bulletin Boards For Back To School

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The Rounding Rap! Haha this is pretty sweet! yo? really...? Whatever! they will totally dig it

Corkboard Connections: Take Procedural Writing to the Next "Step" - guest blog post by Michael Friermood

Corkboard Connections: Take Procedural Writing to the Next "Step"

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Problem-Solving Song

The Hanleys: 3rd Grade Math- Anchor Charts/Posters

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While students are working problems, walk around the room with a handful of green pens. When someone finishes the problems correctly, they get a green star and a green pen. Now they are qualified to coach and star papers for other students, and so on, until everyone is done.

Math - "show your work means..." anchor chart

Chickadee Jubilee: Story Problem Math with a Problem

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Here's a fabulous post with all kinds of math notebook ideas/entries.

dandelions and dragonflies: Interactively Math!

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Everyone wears "multiplication name tags" throughout the day. You always call each other by their "name". This is Mr. 32.---Could do this with addition/subtraction facts or even sight words! I LOVE THIS IDEA!

I {Heart} Teaching

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So great for moon phases! I'm totally doing this! It's nice and simple for my kids, and it gets to the point!

Finally found a way to explain this to my kids

Read box display with Velcro tabs so that covers can be updated.

Friday Journals--kids write a note on Friday to their parents telling what they learned that week. The parents write a short response back to their child, and the child brings the notebook back Monday. Each parent response earns a sticker for the cover. Love it--a great way to practice letter writing, and to get parents involved. Helps the children ingrain what has been taught into their memory too.