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This anchor chart provides questions and sentence stems students can use in classroom conversations. Compliments of Eureka Math writer Colleen Sheeron.


This Anchor Chart Provides Questions And Sentence Stems Students Can Use In Classroom Conversations. Compliments Of Eureka Math Writer Colleen Sheeron.

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Anchor Charts

Equivalent fraction anchor chart using the cut-out of the number- love it! Could even have the students make their own and glue into their math notebooks for future reference.


Anchor Charts | Funky Fractions For Fifth Grade

AWESOME IDEA!!!Visual representations for place value - could easily adapt for younger students with smaller numbers.


Is "words with friends" maybe more relevant to their generation? lol #makeawordmonday #iteach7th #iteachtoo #teachersofinstagram #teachersfollowteachers #miss5thswhiteboard


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Fun with personification in my fourth grade classroom today! I read the children's book, The Little Red Pen, which is filled with examples of personification, and then the students wrote their own sentences bringing an object to life. They loved it!

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Place Value 'I Can' Cards and Choice Board

Place Value 'I Can' Cards and Choice Board

Five-finger retell! This is a simple way for students to remember how to write summaries. The teacher can hang these hands up in the classroom or students can simply use their own hands if they can't see the ones hung up. This lesson can be done by having students go through the five finger retell on a story they have previously read.

5 Finger Retell (summarizing strategy)

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