The picture doesn't look special - but this blog is a very rich source of lots of great resources for reading and writing. Anchor charts, plans, reader's notebook, writing workshop. Good for elementary and high school and even for our own selves. Check it out!
If your students have access to a cell phone (or any digital device i.e. iPad, laptop) that can take and send/email pictures, they can make and publish their own books quickly and easily using Flickr. This is a great way to bring student books to life by publishing them digitally in a format that can be easily shared with the world or printed as a book for the classroom or school library.
BEST WEBSITE EVER! Tons of FREE nonfiction reading passages for grades K-8! You can search by grade AND skill (fact and opinion, main idea, point of view, etc.) You can also click on any Common Core Standard for any grade and it will give you a TON of lesson plans complete with teacher modeling, guided practice, independent practice, and texts to use for the lesson. I just registered! LOVE IT!
This lesson will let students learn the inside scoop on banking and learn financial literacy at the same time. They will learn the basic banking t...
The 20 problems included require students to use all four operations to solve problems where the “variable” moves. These problems are geared for students in grades 3 and 4 and stress operations using smaller numbers—and the algebra thinking required when the variable moves. This is a critical part of the Common Core.