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Monitor classroom noise level with this program. Good way to show students how…

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Monitor Classroom Noise Level with Virtual Bouncy Things

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Exploring "Would You Rather..." Questions

"Would You Rather..." Questions | Fun Get-To-Know-You idea for the first day of school!

Exploing "Would You Rather..." Questions | Minds in Bloom

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Point of View Lesson! Voices in the Park.CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RI.5.6 Analyze multiple accounts of the same event or topic, noting important similarities and differences in the point of view they represent.

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Compare/Contrast Board game

This compare and contrast game will be used to help reinforce compare and contrast through the use of games. 5th grade

Compare/Contrast Board game!

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Small Group Activity: Family Portraits Teaching The Little People

Teaching The Little People

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Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas: Marvelous Me! A Preschool All About Me Theme

Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas: Marvelous Me! All About Me Theme

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Everything you need to help students work on comparing and contrasting! Students pick a card from the jar and think of ways the two items are the same and different. Next, choose one of the graphic organizers to complete.
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Compare and Contrast Jar for Workstations and Centers

Everything you need to help students work on comparing and contrasting! Students pick a card from the jar and think of ways the two items are the same and different. Next, choose one of the graphic organizers to complete.

Compare and Contrast Jar for Workstations and Centers

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Dr. Seuss // Kindergarten // One Fish Two Fish // classifying // similarities & differences

A Place Called Kindergarten: a fishy kind of day

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An anchor chart of comparing/contrasting terms to help students explain the differences and similarities of a topic

The Good Life: It's Turtle Time!

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This is wonderful visual activity for students to see the similarities and differences between types of communities. By incorporating pictures that relate to the different communities, visual learners will pick up on those picture cues as well.

Life in First Grade: social studies

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