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Mission Organization: 21 Ideas on Organizing Your Teacher Area

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Writing Organization Woes SOLVED! in Mrs. Beattie's Classroom
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Writing Process Clip Chart - Rainbow Theme

Writing Organization Woes SOLVED! in Mrs. Beattie's Classroom

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I Can Statements 2nd Grade Math

2nd grade I Can statements! Kid-friendly and bright with examples of each statement. Covering all the CCSS! $ #Icanstatements #objectives #commoncore

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Higher Order Thinking Across the Curriculum: Formative Assessment Exit Slips

Formative Assessment Exit Slips - NOW FULLY EDITABLE! Use these 20 Exit Slips to assess understanding or reading comprehension in any class. ($)

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Interest Inventories, Learning Style Surveys, and Attitude Questionnaires

Do you need a way to quickly assess your students' interests, attitudes, and learning styles? Try these 10 easy to use questionnaires to get to know your students preferences right away. Students will enjoy completing these simple and cute surveys. You can use the information gathered to plan your instruction and gauge how students enjoy certain lessons and/or activities. Can be used a pre- and post-assessments for individual units.

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Freebie Top 25 Tools and Foods to Teach Fractions-Chart - so cute!

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Freebie Top 25 Tools and Foods to Teach Fractions-Chart - so cute!

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Teachers Notebook

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Growth Mindset for Parents, Teachers, and Students

Help your parents to help their kids! Growth mindset for parents! $ @Schoolhouse Diva

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Learning Objectives display shows the WHAT of learning (the objectives), the WHY of learning (connection to overall Unit understanding) and the HOW of learning (indicators of success).

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