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Does this chart make you think about what kind of activities you want your students involved in in your math classroom? For me, it does.

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Inspire your students to make a positive difference in their world by helping others. Three month unit complete with scaffolding activities to culminate in a schoolwide Empowerment Fair that touches us all!

Kindergarten "Back to School" morning work (20 pages) Themes include: school buses, school supplies, and apples. Simple and repetitive activities so students can work independently and YOU can focus on "housekeeping" duties! Download the preview to check it!

For 4th and 5th grade - What will your students make? A boy, a girl or a robot that they can dress in springtime clothes. Everything depends on their answers.

Narrative Writing - This fun valentine themed activity will get students excited about writing. They'll create a creature for "The Valentine Zoo" entirely out of hearts! This narrative writing lesson is differentiated for 1st/2nd grades and 3rd/4th grades and it meets CCSS standards.

Free! Math Buddy Chat is a step-by-step method for students to solve word problems with a buddy. In this activity, students alternate between working independently and working together as they solve each problem. To make this activity really easy to implement, I created a PowerPoint that you can download and show to your students as you walk them through this 4-step problem-solving method.

Students are given two melodic patterns consisting of Do, Re and Mi. The teacher plays one of the patterns, and students determine which of the two patterns the teacher played. This can be done as a whole class or individually. It is a Smart Notebook download, so that you can demonstrate using the SmartBoard, but also print it off as a worksheet/test.

Promote kindness in your classroom! Teach students to write compliments to each other and watch it spread!! kids go crazy over this in the writing center. ONE RULE: if a student receives a compliment he/she must pay it forward and write one back or to someone else! :-) $