How To Learn Times Tables - I would have never thought that these six numbers would be all I really need.
for writing papers, this is actually perfect
Cute idea for lining up.. no more pushing because everyone is too close. Kiddos could get a different number each week, and mix up who's in the front vs back. Keep kids who get in trouble together apart... hmmm.
Punch Box. A great alternative to a pinata. Each box has a prize. - Love this!
Rainbow Pour Painting on Flower Pots - In Lieu of Preschool
"Teaching creates all other professions." #Teacher #Quote
Free web-based program to send updates to parents and students via text message. They subscribe online and you don't ever have to know their phone numbers and they never have to know yours. Great way to keep kids updated.
Put velcro dots on the ends of popsicle sticks. Kids can make letters or shapes over and over again.
Math sorts - perfect for math stations!!!
Great way for kids to learn to THINK before they speak @Abi Jung, this is a great classroom idea! ;)
help kids study important people, i.e. presidents. this is genius! I still remember every character from guess who
US States Memory Game
SCIENCE Teaching density! Shake it up and watch it separate again.
Fifty States Interactive Maps. Great way to learn a little about the state and introduce map skills!
Simple mailboxes. Write notes to each other. Great practice for early writers.
Holy cow, 271 pages of Post-it activities for teachers.
UNIT OF STUDY FAST DRAW VIDEO: Tour the 50 States video. Amazing videoscribing. (Actually, amazing is an understatement!!) Play this every day during your US History Unit
This Is Quite Possibly The Best Way To Raise Money For Charity... one dollar per strip of duct tape. And yes, that is the principal. Brilliant!
water cycle song to the tune of she'll be coming round the mountain.. this is awesome! had to sing it to Audi. :)
Free Classroom Printables
Paint like Michelangelo! What a great idea! Repinned from Practical Ideas for teaching younger pupils
An awesome anchor chart for telling time!
From Teacher Tipster....I found a use for bubblewrap! I wrote my students' sight words on the flat part of the bubblewrap and when they read the word correctly, they got to pop the bubble! It was sight word recognition and an occupational therapy/finger strengthening activity. You could do letter recognition, number recognition, math facts, etc. Love!!!