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DEN Connects is an innovative project that provides theme activities and allows classrooms across the globe to connect and share learning.

DEN Connects - Current Theme

BME Anchor Charts are a great way to help your students learn and remember what has been taught throughout the year. Here are a few charts that we have made in our classroom this year.

Fabulous Fourth Grade: Anchor Charts

Thanksgiving Science Lesson: Kindergarteners started out by tasting buttermilk. They then compared and contrasted the different states of matter by making homemade butter. Finally, they made wonderful homemade muffins to go with their fresh butter.

solid, liquid, gas posters

Chicka Chicka Broome's Room

The Adventures of a Kindergarten Teacher: What's the MATTER??

The Adventures of a First Grade Teacher: What's the MATTER??

Hide questions under their seat and announce 'hot seat' sometime during the day. Whoever has a question under their seat has to answer it. Perfect way to review/have fun! This is an idea from kindergarten that could be used in ANY grade!!

Kindergarten Smiles: Common Core

Pointers with reading comprehension questions: Students in guided groups draw a pointer and answer the question.

The Fairytale of a First Grade Teacher!: Brain Feelers!!!

Cute classroom birthday idea!!!

Outlines of famous works of art for kids to color.

Art | Practical Pages

The Dissolving Peeps Experiment - what does it take to dissolve a marshmallow Peep? I am SO doing this!!! Easter activity for science!

Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas: The Dissolving Peeps Experiment

FREE - Geometry Vocabulary Cards

Geometry Is Magical {Word Wall FREEBIE}

Rainbow strategy for making number 10! Very cute!

Character Trading Cards- 70 different characters included. Students write a retell on the back. Great for guided reading, read aloud, shared reading, listening center, independent reading and more! $

{NEW recipe} Super soft Edible Gluten Free Playdough - no cook and ready in under three minutes! Safe for babies and toddlers and anyone who is gluten-free! From Fun at Home with Kids

Telling Time - use beads/beans for the minutes, glue 5 of them to short craft sticks, then arrange 12 sticks to form a clock,