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Laminate and velcro name tags to desk instead of taping them. Lasts all year and easy to switch out!

Elementary Organization: gnarly name plates.

Love this! Great for comparing and ordering fractions and decimals.

How to Make Wordle Bookmarks - great for end of the year gifts - or as an authentic extension to a lesson on adjectives or character traits

Mrs. Rios Teaches: Wrapping Up a Great Year and Wordle Bookmarks!

It is tough to get the time to look for excellent teaching materials, while you are still busy giving your kids the attention they need. Keeping up wi

20 Best Websites Elementary Teacher Should Know

Fractionopoly - can be adapted for any math review

Math-n-spire: math game

How to use Pixar Short Films to quickly master Plot. 10 highly engaging short films to study plot and the story elements. “Burn-E” “Day & Night” “Dug’s Special Mission” “For the Birds” “Geri’s Game” “Knick Knack” “Lifted” “Partly Cloudy” “Presto” “Tin Toy” Enjoy the Pixar Short Films Study!

FrontRow- a free website & app that you can use to differentiate in math

Tales from Outside the Classroom: Wednesday Website: Front Row

The *ultimate* bucket list for Harry Potter fans.

Muggles, Do Not Attempt This Harry Potter Bucket List

Students add Post-it when then find figurative language in a book they're reading

Head Over Heels For Teaching: Educents Poetry Bundle

15 Lesson Plans For Making Students Better Online Researchers - Edudemic

Great way to organize crayons and recycle used cans! Use different colored scrapbook paper on the cans for the different colors!

Rainbow Crayon Holder - Sugar Bee Crafts

Identify long term class goals: This is a daily goal so students know objectives and why we are learning what we are learning.

All For the Love of Teaching: Goals in Sight

Classroom Set Up - Encouraging Collaboration and Self-Directed Learning. This post if full of pictures and ideas. I love how there are so many different places for students to work, and everything is so inviting!

An entire unit on fractions. Lesson plans, curriculum map, activities, anchor chart examples, assessments. All free.

Anchor Charts | Funky Fractions For Fifth Grade

duct tape a piece of ribbon to the back of notebooks to keep place in them.

Science Notebooks

What a cute way to teach metric measurement! Stepping Up To Measurement - The Organized Classroom Blog

Stepping Up To Measurement {Giveaway}

A cute way to orgainize my stuff at school so my cabinet isn't a mess! Annnnd, the kids can stop asking, "where are the _____???"

Try Wall Pop dry erase stickers on a table in your classroom! I use it for spelling work, small group instruction, and math time. They add a pop of color, too!

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Great way to help kids visualize (and remember!) the difference. Could be used for squares, rectanlges etc...too for the little ones

Great book for an inference lesson. Pre-teens enjoy it.

Room to Bloom in 3rd Grade, Burlap/chevron bulletin board with colorful class rules above. Loved www.kindercrazebl... idea for the picture frames. Purchased at Michael, painted and then I made subway art rules for the inside.

Room to Bloom in 3rd Grade

Lessons with Laughter: The Mailbox #BeTheDifference Giveaway!

Lessons with Laughter: The Mailbox #BeTheDifference Giveaway!

Young Living Essential Oils: School. For more info or to order www.EssentialOils...

"The ABCs of Challenging Gifted and Talented Kids" on Virtual Learning Connections

The ABCs of Challenging Gifted and Talented Kids

Free task cards: rounding, decimals, greatest common factor, least common multiple, & combining like terms. Paid products such as math mazes & color-by-answer products are available for equations, distributive property (with & without negatives), proportions, integers, & order of operations. Math fluency activities covering one step equations, basic math facts, proportions, integers, fractions to mixed numbers, fractions in simplest form, decimals & percent conversions, & more.