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Good idea for students

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Get to sit in the "Sweet Seat" for good behavior! Image only.

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Very Hungry Caterpillar Mobile. Hang 8" lanterns (1 red, 6 in two shades of green) with different lengths of fishing line. Use pipe cleaners for antennae, and construction paper for eyes and nose. Very cool in a children's library space.

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This is so creative... wonder what that would look like on our staircase at school...

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This site makes me want to cry it is AMAZING! This site has everything you could possibly want in classroom set up pictures. So inspiring!

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back to school bulletin board :)

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write positive notes to each other

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A website dedicated to science experiments using candy.

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Edible butterfly life cycle

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Oreo plate tectonics! This is such a creative way to teach students about the concept of the Earth's shifting layers. This would be a great focus activity to get students excited about learning how the movement of the Earth's plates can cause earthquakes to occur. In my unit, this would be a great way to talk about the globe and the fact that continents and oceans both have layers that move!

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Science for Kids: Gummy Bear Science Great for inroduction of variables

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chicka chicka snack...

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cute b's & d's poster

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Weather: Fill the cup with water. Put shaving cream on top for a cloud. Explain that when clouds get really heavy with water, it rains! Then put blue food coloring on top of the cloud, and watch it rain.#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

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Fun review or intro activity! Fill balloons with a rolled up question and throw darts!

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Good idea-- use this touch light during small reading groups, when the light is on students cannot approach me or interrupt. When the light is off they can ask questions

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Add the Cool Whip (cotton balls) to correspond to the number on the pie.

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Telling time activity

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creative and pretty way to practice letters, numbers, even spelling words. Things you need - Gallon size Ziploc bag, glitter (optional), food coloring, hair gel (dollar store) I like this better than paint.

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CHEAP plastic plates from wal-mart work as dry erase boards for the classroom!

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Spelling

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Ciao!

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ten words to stop misspelling

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Great way to introduce the idea of place! Map nesting cans - my town is inside my state which is inside the US which is inside.....

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make a chart for each operation

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