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Classroom - Miscellaneous

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FREE Parent Brochures on Reading. Really great printables to have handy for parents to pick up!

Trelease Brochures on Reading

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8 ideas for preventing the summer slide. Free downloadable handout. Great for parent/teacher conferences!

Preventing the Summer Slide

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parent reading handout. Put the info about how much 20 minutes a day adds up to, and the benefits, on the back.

Ms. Cranfill's Class: I Have to Read 20 Minutes?!

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Common Core for Parents... great for Curriculum Night or Conference Night. Great also for homeschooling parents to review for possible inclusion in their children's lessons. I think it would surprise many people how very much these ideas are already included in the homeschooling experience.

FREE Teaching stuff for your classroom. Lots of reading and organization tools. Perfect for the start of school. #free #teacher

Fun fitness ideas for families. 25 ways to work out with the kids! | via @SparkPeople

Outdoor Adventures Fit for Families

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Never. 😁

The Sharpened Pencil: Get Up and Go!

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1st Day of School Idea. Find your school picture of what grade you teach and have your kids try to pick you out.

Notes from Miss Dennis: my favorite first day activity!

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This could be easily adapted to any classroom! You could even add the standard somewhere in there. Neat idea!!

Mrs. White's 6th Grade Math Blog: IS IT TRUE???????

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Loads of Meet the Teacher/Open house ideas here!!

One Extra Degree: Catching Up With FREEBIES!

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Becoming a 21st century educator

Free Multiple Intelligence test for kids - includes directions and a short video that explains how to administer it to your students. Great Back to School activity!

FREE Multiple Intelligence Survey for Kids

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Maslow's needs adapted to the classroom--Edutopia

"Want a fun and engaging cooperative learning activity? Look no further. I have an easy and fun way to incorporate cooperative learning into your classroom. I started this activity by reading the book "The Dot" by Peter H. Reynolds. The girl doesn't think she can draw, but her art teacher shows her that she really can even if it just a dot. (If you have never read this story, you should....it's fabulous!) We then discuss the story."

Here are a million different worksheets! The letter tracing ones are my favorite!

A child's course of life should NOT be determined by the zip code she's born in.

FREE - 15 Sporting events word cards for the upcoming Winter Games. Make a bulletin board or place them in a writing center to help your student with spelling these sport words.

Indoor Recess Ideas from Matt at Team Building Activities for Kids Central at #FernSmithsClassroomIdeas #TeachersFollowTeachers

Nicely stated! Teachers who work with this level of support can do far more than those who don't. It takes this kind of support to really make a difference.

What to do when you get the "class from hell" - The Cornerstone

I will teach to my best ability but ultimately they are your children.

The Primary Techie: Family Response Journals with a FREEBIE

Teach Like a Pirate (Book Review and Giveaway) - The Cornerstone

I Need... (cute letter to send home when your students need more supplies) Just circle what they need and send it home!