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Instead of giving parents a list of students during field trips, give them a lanyard! Add: cell phone numbers, school phone numbers, and schedule for the day.

Winter bulletin board | December Bulletin Boards

15 Genius Teacher Tips. Pick up glitter messes with a lint roller, organize books with paint sticks and so many more why didn't I think of that tricks. {Playdough to Plato}

15 Genius Teacher Tips - Playdough To Plato

Valentine's Day Bulletin Board/Door for the Craft-Phobic Teacher - spread the love! This could easily be used at any time of year - you could have students write something they love about their class or school, an act of kindness from another student, etc.

One Lesson at a Time: valentine's day


add the naughty or nice to the reindeer..........My classroom door for the decorating contest.

25 Ways to Teach Sight Words!

Teaching, Learning, & Loving: 25 Ways to Teach Sight Words!

Up! | 31 Incredible Bulletin Boards For Back To School

31 Incredible Bulletin Boards For Back To School

70 best apps for teachers and students #highered

The 70 Best Apps For Teachers And Students | Edudemic

This 28-page product is jam-packed with quality goodies that will provide you with great resources to use for your fraction unit! What's Included: *Explanation of Interactive Math Notebooks *Fraction Vocabulary Words *Numerator vs. Denominator Mini Anchor Chart *Equivalent Fractions *Estimating Fractions *Color Label the Fraction *Fractions of a Set *Fraction Story Problems *Photos of these interactive math notebook pages

Have kids sit on chair and hold a chalkboard/sign which says what they love about their mom

My Heart Belongs in First

Fun DIY You Can Do With Kids To Decorate Their Rooms.- How To Make Chain Paper Dolls

Parenting Times: How to make chain paper dolls

Thanksgiving Crafts for Kids! events to CELEBRATE!

Thanksgiving Crafts for Kids: Round-up - events to CELEBRATE!

Task Card Corner... The MOTHERLOAD of all task cards & classroom organization.. Must read blog!!! Believe me!!

Task Card Corner: Task Card Storage & Organization

This handprint reindeer craft is a fun Christmas activity for kids and it's a really easy craft to make. To make the reindeer head out of a hand print

Fun Activities for Kids: Christmas Handprint Reindeer

Elf yourself: I am SOOOO making these with my kids this November to hang in the room all of December and send home for Christmas! This freakin' rocks! Hahahaha!

Turkey word families. cute literacy center idea.

Just Add Clipart: From Turkeys to Reindeer

Differences between Inference and Prediction. Excellent to use when introducing inferences. Students can tell what they know about predictions, and then learn about how inferenceing is different.

The Difference Between Inference & Prediction

Love this for keeping track of my guided reading groups! So flexible! What the Teacher Wants!: Guided Reading Galore!

What the Teacher Wants!: Guided Reading Galore!

These look like bookmarks. If your book is longer than you can read in one sitting and need a bookmark, then you're probably at least in third grade. And if you don't know what one-half or one-fifth is by then, perhaps you should go back to third grade.

Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons

Math sorts - really like this idea!

The Reading Corner: Thinking about Non Fiction and Math Daily 5

Free Division Poster for vocabulary or good idea for kiddos to rewrite in their notebooks

Teacher's Take-Out: Division Poster

When a teacher asks you to summarize

Thoughts of a Third Grade Teacher: Life in the Fast Lane!!

Brain Break Sticks: I don't teach but I can see this being good for me during work. Sometimes you just need a break from the computer screen. Might as well get in some type of workout in.

Adventures of a Polka-Dotted Teacher: The Last Made-It of Summer

Key Addition & Subtraction Words. Perfect for my little guy starting kindergarten this year, and also for my daughter starting her Freshman year in High School (who struggles with math story problems).