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4th grade Ideas

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Character traits-- I would give the character trait and have students list quotes on the notecards that support the trait given

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!

Food idioms for kids

The Teacher Next Door

Make in powerpoint using Wordart. The font is grobold. Put one per page and blow them up to take up the whole page. Use the wordart that is outline only so it will be blank in the middle. Once you have the name typed and on the page, you can format (or it might say edit) the wordart....that's where you can make the outline thicker.

4th Grade Frolics: Monday Made It #12

Teaching in Room 6: iAM: Fun All About Me Activity

iAM: Fun All About Me Activity

RACE POSTER {FREE} -Balanced Literacy, Writing, Reading Strategies 2nd, 3rd, 4th, Homeschool Curricula, Printables, Posters...Part of the Common Core requires that students answer text dependent questions by citing evidence from the text and explaining their evidence....This download includes 3 versions of the RACE poster that reminds students what to include in their written responses.

RACE Poster {Free}

Kiss Your Brain for great answers... Media Center Trivia prizes... Love the Kiss Your Brain!! (I use to tell that to my kindergarteners all the time in the classroom!!)

2nd Grade Stuff: Fun with my Cameo and New Units

Who's Who and Who's New: Character Traits and Making Your Students Feel Special

Create a wonder wall for students to update or add their thinking

SMART Goals for Data Folders I want to post a lot more about this during the school year, but I wanted students to have something to place in their Data Folder about how to set SMART Goals. via iTeach 5th

2 Fulbright Hugs: SMART Goals for Data Folders

No Excuses Writing

Runde's Room: A Letter to Next Year's Class

Runde's Room: A Letter to Next Year's Class

Citing evidence; 3 columns; Direct Quote, Paraphrase, Idea from my own Mind...then discuss or write on which method best answers the question, should be eye opener for direct quote or citing text evidence

Teaching in Room 6: Digging in to Find Evidence

#FREE - Eleven Cinco de Mayo Color For Fun Printables for your Classroom. Visit this post for ideas, tips and freebies to have a little Cinco de Mayo fun at your school. #CincodeMayo

Cinco de Mayo Fun With Some Freebies!

Great blog post that uses pictures from The Incredibles to teach different types of conflict in stories.

Patterns In Writing: Conflict

Memory Wheels - First Day, Last Day, and Any Day in Between!

Middle School Math Moments (and more!): Memory Wheels - First Day, Last Day, and Any Day in Between!

Have kids illustrate prefixes, suffixes, and roots to better remember what each means!

Glitter In Third: vocabulary

Reviewing theme from the song "Frozen" - great idea!

The Brown-Bag Teacher: Reviewing Theme with Frozen's "Let it Go"

.Observation Look-Fors

Inspirational quotes for students to color... great way to decorate the room and motivate students!

All Quotes Coloring Pages

Non Fiction Reading Response Choice Board. The templates that go with this choice board can be cut and pasted into interactive #self personality #softskills|

Reading Responses - Non-Fiction

New Year's Resolutions - great idea! copy each student's foot and have them write what they will do different in the new year (2nd half of school year)

Erica's Ed-Ventures: January 2011

Read how I teach Main Idea Using Informational Text.

Monday Made It!

The Teacher Studio: Learning, Thinking, Creating: Monday Made It!