Organize your read alouds!
A Cupcake for the Teacher: A Mini Sunday Share
Starting Your Day the Brain Smart Way! This is a picture of the class pledge: .... I took the idea for this cute chart straight from the book. The picture clues are made with Mr. Potato Head pieces. school, anchor charts, behavior charts, listening skills, brain smart, classroom management, the rules, conscious discipline, potato head
Starting Your Day the Brain Smart Way!
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Spelling Homework Ideas
FREE Spelling Homework Ideas
Having students put this in their reading journals for when they meet with their groups to give them ways to encourage their discussion.
Group work trick: Each student writes their own answer on a post-it, they bring the answers together and write a group answer in the center.
Runde's Room: Five For Friday - Test Prep and Angry Birds
learning during read-alouds: visualizing - teach mama
Roll & Retell: Would be a great Read With Someone activity!
beginning of the year procedures checklist
Mandy's Tips for Teachers: Procedures, Procedures
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21 Read-Aloud Books for the Beginning of the School Year
Show What You Know! - Learn how to use the cooperative learning strategy Showdown to increase engagement in your classroom. Great for using with task cards.
Corkboard Connections: Show What You Know!
number anchor chart
The Kinder Cupboard: Teaching Numbers 1 to 5
IF YOU DOWNLOAD THIS PRODUCT AS A FREEBIE PLEASE LEAVE FEEDBACK AND FOLLOW OUR STORE, THANKS! I have combined both of the guided reading planning templates that I use into one great bundle. In this way you have two great options to fit your needs and preferences!
Must Have Rubrics for Integrating Project Based Learning Activities in Your Class ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning
The 8 Elements Project-Based Learning Must Have
exit slips for ANY GRADE level - great to quickly assess student learning! A variety of fun questions for any subject! $
Exit Slips for ANY grade!
Projects in the classroom are as old as the classroom itself. “Projects” can represent a range of tasks that can be done at home or in the classroom, by parents or groups of students, quickly or over time. While project-based learning (PBL) also features projects, in PBL the focus is more on the process of learning and learner-peer-content interaction that the end-product itself. charts, parents, at home, project based learning, projectbas learn, problem based learning, base learn, homes, education
Project-based-learning vs. Projects - the Difference
The Difference Between Projects And Project-Based Learning
PROJECT BASED LEARNING STUDENT GUIDE AND RUBRICS - TeachersPayTeache...
Project Based Learning Student Guide and Rubrics
Project Based Learning, great site and you can search by subject and grade level...this is perfect!
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