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Just in time for Grandparents Day! All About Grandma - A Children's Interview. Not free, but a sweet idea and the younger the kid is, the funnier the answers!!

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Cool Down Cubes - great for students who have difficulty with anger. Using a permanent marker, write a safe "cool down" strategy on each ice cube. For example: count to ten, walk away, talk to a friend, take three deep breaths, etc. I also left a few of the cubes blank so that the students could come up with their own strategies.

Crafty Counselor Chick: Cool Down Cubes

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Fun way to practice your phone number -and other Morning Work Binders

Special Education Station: Morning Work Binders

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One Lesson at a Time: Valentine's Day Bulletin Board/Door for the Craft-Phobic Teacher

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Fingerprint Bat Silhouette Craft #Halloween craft for kids to make! Free Printable | CraftyMorning.com

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Count and Color. Laminate the sheet and have the students roll dice to come up with 2 numbers. Write those in the boxes. Then use a dry erase markers to color in the tens and ones. Then write how many tens and ones.

The Lesson Plan Diva: Place Value Centers

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Make a Flip Book for Place Value...What a great idea! Teachers can call out the number and tell students which place value it holds...quick way to see who understands!

Make a Flip Book for Place Value

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I Have, Who Has: Place Value Ones and Tens - Melissa McMurray - TeachersPayTeache...

I Have, Who Has: Place Value Ones and Tens

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Post it note math - Ordering numbers in a hands on and fun way. This could easily be adapted for math problems and complex facts.

MFW Kindergarten Uu is for Us {All About Me} ~ Learn Play Imagine

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Number of the Day - Great for place value & number sense!

Math book insert

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I made mats like this and my class loves to play. We keep score on the board for who wins each 'hand'. I call out, "Draw 2 (or 3) cards and make the least/greatest number possible." I also made one which includes thousands, for later.

The Destitute Teacher: place value

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The Game That Is Worth 1,000 Worksheets - Math Games to improve math skills instead of worksheets!

The Game That Is Worth 1,000 Worksheets

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Enjoy this freebie printable!! It is a graphing activity for students to practice reading their color words and an independent graphing activity a...

Color Word Graph

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Place value activity: roll, build, draw, write. Also has lots of other maths ideas and games for kids!

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Great way to get students up, moving, and learning place value! Easy to adapt for just ones, tens, and hundreds!

Two Sisters Teach: Place Value

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Stomp It! Place value review. Add some kinesthetic movement into the lesson on pv.

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Place Value Detective add more place values for 3rd and up

Place Value Detective

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I love this back-to-school idea. This is for younger kids, but it could be adapted for middle school.

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Teaching With a Mountain View: First Day of School Activities for Big Kids

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First Day of School Puzzle

2 Great First Day of School Collaborative Projects

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Technology Back To School Bulletin Board Idea

#FirstDayofSchool | Instagram Inspired B2S Bulletin Board

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My 35 Favorite Free Apps for Teaching | Scholastic.com

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Do2learn: Educational Resources for Special Needs

Do2learn: Educational Resources for Special Needs

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"I did this last year and the kids loved it!! Countdown to last day of school. Pop one balloon each day. Inside is a special surprise for the day. Ex. No homework, read outside, work with no shoes on, chew gum in the morning, etc."

the teacher wife: the countdown is ON!

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ELA in the middle | Middle School English, Language Arts | Page 8

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