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This book lists and discusses a number of books that kids will actually love to read. Each section has areas such as, "if your child likes..." and parent notes.

These are good frames for students to use when having discussions in class.

Halloween Freebie! Graphing

Form for Parent Teacher Conferences...also great for identifying student strengths and needs

The Core of Effective Discussions - Learn tips for using the Think-Pair-Share and Talking Sticks discussion strategies along with standards-based discussion questions to help you meet the reading CCSS

This worksheet can be used as homework or as a formal assessment. Students are asked to identify the three addition properties (Zero Property, Com...

Common Core Math Geometry and Coordinate Graphing- over 100 problems WITH ANSWER KEYS!! Actual coordinate graphs in problems so students can plot points!! Perfect for spiral review, morning work, homework and more!!

Whole Brain Teaching: Using a Super Improver Wall to Motivate Students

This is a set of measurement terms, both customary and metric, and the questions that they answer. Have students organize them in columns to show understanding of what each term represents. I also have put magnets on them and arranged them on my white board. We play a game of "One of these things just doesn't belong!" Students love to search for the term that I have misplaced, then take turns misplacing others while their classmates' backs are turned. Great for practice or quizzing!

Students will practice using the index in a non-fiction book to search for areas of interest before reading. After doing a minilesson on using the ...

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"Table Texting" is a fun, interactive strategy you can use to get students to talk about whatever topic they need to discuss but are reluctant to.