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print cut and coloring ice cream cone add upper and lower case letters for kids to match

The Insider's Guide to Education in America

Through the Keyhole Drawing Lesson Would be a great writing lesson, for a character study... peek into book character's bedroom

Free Frames & Borders Follow The 3AM Teacher

100 Editable Lapbook Templates – Free - DIYHomeschooler

Pinner says: I just used this "magic trick" to bring my kids into Lent. Talk about Lent as you do the folds. The part torn off is the bad things we get rid of during Lent. Throw it away. What is left is our ticket into Heaven- as we open our folded paper and find it has turned into a cross. Worth a try!

This is so silly... BUT how fun to have a mouse door or "elf" door in your classroom. This way when pencils (or anything else) go missing you can blame the little elf who lives in the wall. Students could draw a picture of him, write a story about him...all from a little drawing on the wall.

Teacher Resources: TIME for Teachers, Issue No. 2. Lots of free stuff from one teacher to another(s) here. This monthly publication deserves bookmarking. Oh, there's a free app for that too! Find more free resources from DDT on this Pinterest board:

{Freebie} Get Lucky with St. Patrick's Day Contractions by Amanda Zanchelli - Practice contractions with this St. Patrick's Day printable!

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

Wrinkled Hearts: Bully Prevention Lesson | Squarehead Teachers…love this!

Have you used Pinterest with your class? Free printable

The Electric Company - Suffix (ly)

prefixes video - the kids could come up with comics/cartoons of their own afterwards!

Are You Ready for Some Football?! Classroom Activities!

Two Minute Mysteries. Inference lessons

Exploring Great Artists with Kids. 30+ Art Projects for Kids from Red Ted Art

good words to remember in the coming year... "A key to growing as a teacher is to keep company mainly with teachers who uplift You, whose presence inspire You and whose dedication drives You."- Robert John Meehan