Tips for Talkative Class: Is this the year that you got the chatty class? No matter what you try, they talk ALL-OF-THE-TIME! When you go home, do you want complete silence? When you are teaching a lesson, each student feels like you are speaking directly to him or her, so each student has a comment to add to your lesson. While you don't want to temper their enthusiasm, your students do need to learn how to work and function within a group (class). paid

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Flower Pom Pom Painting Craft for Kids #Spring art project #Mother's Day card Idea | CraftyMorning.com

Flower Pom Pom Painting Craft for Kids - Sassy Dealz

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Cute kids DIY idea! Chia pet pictures of the kids for Earth Day.

Crafty finds for your inspiration! No.6

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have done this before in my class but I guess I didn't leave it long enough..def re trying this

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How to make an egg shell disappear without touching it. Lots of fun science experiments on this website, along with explanations for the kiddos.

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Toddler Approved!: Volcano Egg Dyeing

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Egg-cellent Reading Game: "We always have extra plastic Easter eggs lying around, so my 11-year-old created a spelling game with them. She writes different common word endings, such as "at" or "ed," on one half of each egg and different consonants on the other side. My 6-year-old twists the eggs to make new words and to practice reading." --Kindra Gordon Whitewood, SD Originally published in the March 2013 issue of FamilyFun

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Farm Unit: Chickens Aren't the Only Ones // lessons, poems, activities on various animals that lay eggs

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Good idea

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This would be an activity for science. I would let students make galaxy playdough. They would extent it to create their own constellations. Then a writing activity would be completed. This writing could be in any format we have worked on in writing. I would use the hambuger rubric for assessment.

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"Ticket Out the Door" Board

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Hot glue a pompom on end of dry erase markers to use as an eraser

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Math Notebook Foldables {{Freebie}} Grade Levels:PreK to 2nd3rd to 5th Foldables made to go with the Envision Math Series. Yet it could go with most math series. There are 7 lessons worth of folables and journal type questions. Also there are I CAN statements for each lesson and the Common Core Standards that go with this unit and a grade sheet for the notebook.

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Beginning of the Year Kindergarten Assessments- He likes to trace big letters, we'll start with half sheet size and work down from there. - For Calvin.

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You could even add toppings such as sprinkles, cherries, bananas for a split (not just different flavors) and have kids build their own sundae- then they have to do the math to see how much they spent!

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Verbs...

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I like the idea for HOW to make/bind a different kind of book. Very little materials needed, and kids can do by themselves. They can staple paper inside.

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Miss Kindergarten: I'm Done Jar 2.0!

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Shades of Meaning - Love this display and concept!

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Rowdy in Room 300: number line

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Book character day, teacher dress up ideas

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Glitter stick make these instead of having little kids use loose glitter. Brilliant. What would I do without Pinterest?

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Students practice spelling each others names...could do with sight words too!

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Middle School Teacher to Literacy Coach: Anchor Charts

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Fantastic way to build emotional intelligence in #toddlers and #preschoolers

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