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Amazing anchor chart on point of view.

Pencil Challenge! I wrote each students magic number on the pencils. The last person who doesn't lose their pencil will win!

cute spiders to make words from prefixes and suffixes!

Cargo Container House Plans

3 DIY Mason Jar Holiday Pancake Mixes - fun and easy gift for the holidays!

Kindness Bulletin Board for PBIS, maybe? @Kristin Springer @Andrea / FICTILIS / FICTILIS / FICTILIS / FICTILIS / FICTILIS / FICTILIS / FICTILIS / FICTILIS / FICTILIS Sciullo

write letters in chalk, have child trace over with water

Homemade Kentucky Blackberry Cobbler

Create an anchor chart binder for easy reference. Take pictures of all of your anchor charts and put them in page protectors. Students can look through it when they need some extra help.

Management tray to keep track of where students are at.

Science interactives and games for Elementary students

Management tray to keep track of where students are at.

Crafts for Kids: Despicable Me Minion Bowling

Turn a shoebox and a magnifying glass into your own smartphone projector.

Q-tip painting templates (printables) GREAT fine motor skills exercise.....that they think is just fun

Work boxes: Have one for each student. When they finish their work they can go to their work box and pull out things to work on that the teacher has placed in there. Lets the teacher assign different things for the student/if they need extra practice in an area--DIFFERENTIATION!

Classroom Freebies: Dolch Word Art