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A Children’s Book Guide to Travel by cheapflights via visual.ly: Often set in places that are pure fiction, children need only their imaginations to take them from their bedrooms to the land of make believe. However, for those needing that extra kick, here are some real world places that have inspired the stories that can inspire you. #Infographic #Kids #Travel #Books
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A Children’s Book Guide to Travel [Infographic]... How much does it cost to fly to the moon in a rocket ship? ;)
A Children’s Book Guide to Travel by cheapflights via visual.ly: Often set in places that are pure fiction, children need only their imaginations to take them from their bedrooms to the land of make believe. However, for those needing that extra kick, here are some real world places that have inspired the stories that can inspire you. #Infographic #Kids #Travel #Books these are going in my bucket list!!!
Check out this blog for guided reading ideas.
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Lesson Plan SOS... great teacher blog
Great teaching blog - especially for guided reading
Great lesson plan blog...lot of cute ideas!
Lesson Plan SOS: Rockin' Reading Workshop!
Great teaching ideas!
Lesson Plan SOS: Guided Reading
Great Blog with tons of classroom ideas! - Lesson Plan SOS
love this for a first week of school community building activity!
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first week of school idea - could be used to help create a class promise
first week of school: getting it going with classroom management and writers workshop
A great way to create a classroom mission statement during the first week of school.
Beginning of the year idea
Great idea for the beginning of the school year!
I love this idea for the first week of school! Great use of mini post it's! LOL
4th grade blog board
Lots of great ideas and prompts!
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Not all journal prompts will generate a good student response. Some are boring, some don't dig deep enough, some are confusing. This post will tell you how to write really good ones that your students will love - and you will love their responses!
read the second paragraph, then look at his grade.
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READ THE 2nd PARAGRAPH! Not sure what is worse.. that the kid did this, or that his freakin' teacher gave him an A MINUS. And we wonder why American's are lagging behind...
This kid.... Deserves a medal from every high school student who has thought this but been afraid to say it..... read the second paragraph, and then check out his grade.
Omg so funny !!!!!!! This kid.... read the second paragraph, and then check out his grade.
Read the second paragraph, then look at his grade. Funny stuff yo!
English teacher FAIL. Read the second paragraph, then look at his grade. Students, beware. I read EVERY word!
Paint chips to teach contractions!
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paint chips contractions - amazing !...I have spent enough at Lowe's/Home Depot to take some free paint swatches I would say...
great way to teach contractions - with paint color strips!
paint chips to teach contractions Who knew you could do so much with paint strips.
paint chips to teach contractions! Who knew paint samples could be used for so many things.
Language Arts Paint Chip Contractions. Here’s a colorful way for students to practice forming contractions! Make a chart containing words that make up contractions and place it at a center. Also provide a variety of four-color paint chips, paper, and pens. A child selects a paint chip and writes in the first two boxes two words from the chart that, when combined, form a contraction as shown. Next, he writes the new ending (including the apostrophe) in the fourth box. He accordion-folds the last two squares so that the ending replaces the second word to form the contraction. He repeats the process twice and then uses each contraction in a sentence.
Paint cards to teach contractions.
paint chip contractions ~ maybe I will teach contractions again with these!!
Interactive Venn diagram...