New Student Packets - make 5 extra of everything at the beginning of the school year so that when a new student comes midyear, you have a name tag, beginning of the year info, labels for folders/journals, etc. for the student.
Love the idea of using clock paddles. Download the templates to make your own!
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FREEBIE Matching ten frames and numbers
Draw a Monster! This is one of the FUNNEST things I've ever done! It was an absolute blast. We played 5 times in a row and had some awesome pictures to hang on our art wall for October! Ideas, Halloween Parties, Art Classroom Wall, Schools, Dice Games, Drawing Sheet, Kids, Monsters, Dice Drawing Games
Over 60 Teacher Suggestions for Books to Read Aloud for Grades 3-5
I wish someone would have taught me this a long time ago so I would remember gallons, quarts, pints, and cups!
This is one day your students will really remember! Wonderful Worm Day is a full day of wormy activities that teach your students all about earthworms, while meeting standards across the curriculum.
Planning to add this to my reading homework baggies next year. Fun in First Grade: parent communication
Links to phonics and sight word worksheets for all grade levels and everything is FREE!
I got the little from our local McDs a few years back when I told them what it was for. KH Long i spelling patterns i_e, -y, -ie, -igh, and -i using McD's fry containers, includes printable words and recording sheets~great sorting idea for anything Words Sorting, 2Nd Grade Blog, Brown Paper Bags, French Fries, Grammar Activities, Phonics Activities, Fun Activities With Phonics, Literacy Activities, Sorting Activities
Division is... Posters give a deeper understanding of this concept
This game is a take on tic-tac-toe. Materials Needed: 1 muffin tin, 12 paper cupcake liners, 1 marker, 1 Dolch sight word list, and a handful of place markers such as hard candy or cereal On the bottom of each cupcake liner write a sight word. Place each liner in a muffin tin cup. You are ready to play! One person calls out a word. The other person takes a place marker and puts it in the correct cup. When three in a row is achieved, you have a winner. Tac Toes, Sight Words, Words Games, Muffin Tins, Reading Games, Muffins Tins, Growing Book, Sight Word Games, Sight Word Activities
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Simple ways to manage iPads easily in your classroom