Niccole Martinez
Niccole Martinez
Niccole Martinez

Niccole Martinez

Fun, contemporary back-to-school lesson! Have your students draw "selfies" and describe their summer via text message prompts. Makes for a great bulletin board display!!

Slow Cooker Freezer Meals: Make 8 Meals in 1 Hour! - Six Sisters Stuff

10 Slow Cooker Freezer Meals in Less Than 90 Minutes! - Six Sisters Stuff

Crockpot Meals (c) Kristen Dembroski

Our Elf On The Shelf played with the matchbox cars

Writing Prompt: What's the building saying?

Quotes for Kids: Classroom Decor Signs that can be used for writing prompts too!

Free Classroom Printables - super cute!

Meet the Teacher organization. Smart. I think parents would appreciate this before school starts.

Tons of Teaching -- May need to change a little, but I really like it!

Here's a terrific reference sheet for inclusion in math notebook! Must print these!

Get all the resources you need for your government unit on this post!

Fun first day activity: Have kids write a letter to themselves at the end of the year.

Classroom games for teaching four types of sentences: declarative, imperative, interrogative and exclamatory.

ALL ORDERS FOR CHRISTMAS MUST BE IN BY NOVEMBER 1st This custom wood cage is perfect to store all those loose stuffed animals or balls!! It has rope

Experiment with different ingredients to get the perfect brownie, every time. Try adding an egg for cake-like brownies, or brown sugar for a dense, chewy brownie. Swap in ingredients like almond flour (gluten-free and gooey) margarine (soft and light), and cocoa powder (dark chocolate flavor) until you find the perfect recipe. Try two recipes and gift a batch in a Ziploc® container!

Teacher Appreciation Week Idea from pigskinsandpigtai...

*rag rug from a dollar store sink mat (or tie two or more together to make a larger rug!)

Math Facts Practice Game: Scoot! Can use this with multiplication facts

Anchor chart to help students understand what their grade really means

I LOVE this! First Day of School activity

Hands:I took pics of the hands of each child in the class and during Back to School Night encouraged the parents to identify their child's hands. It's harder than you might think, as many of the parents found out.