This too funny!

Why English is hard to learn…

This too funny!

Why English is hard to learn…

Greeting Students to Increase Engagement

Greeting Students

This would be a great #science project for young kids!! Plant maze: plants grow toward the light!

Observe how a plant grows towards the direction of light in a shoe box plant maze- fun science project for my kiddos

Pinner said:  After my students write a piece I have them leave it on their desks when they go to lunch or special area classes. I place a Skittle on each correct punctuation mark (and I usually put one or two one if they indent a paragraph).  Let me tell you, Skittles are the great motivator!

Punctuation power: After students write a piece I have them leave it on their desks when they go to lunch or special area classes. I place a Skittle on each correct punctuation mark.

A Sewing Table

Idea: make this in smaller scale when teaching kids how to sew & embroider. teach kids to sew on a tapestry table--burlap and a coffee table base- or on a picture frame or large embroidery hoop

A Sewing Table

Idea: make this in smaller scale when teaching kids how to sew & embroider. teach kids to sew on a tapestry table--burlap and a coffee table base- or on a picture frame or large embroidery hoop

Thinking about trying this. I have so many kids who are absent! It's so hard to keep up with this!

Tip: Absent Bin to place missed work inside the folders (which are labeled days of the week). Also have a sign off sheet to verify that the absent student received the work.

Ten tips for circletime in the preschool classroom - lots of these ideas would work well with older kids to!

10 tips for circletime in the preschool classroom

Ten tips for circletime in the preschool classroom. These are great tips for any preschool group activity. Love all the movement that she incorporates.

A fun way to encourage addition math skills with cups and paper towel or toilet paper rolls.

DIY Addition Game

A fun way to encourage addition math skills with cups and paper towel or toilet paper rolls - students can build their own adding machine

Expanding sentences.  Would love to do a foldable like this with grade-level revisions. 1. Add an adj/adv participial phrase. 2. Add a prepositional phrase. 3. Reorder/rearrange the sentence. 4. Improve the verb. 5. Include an appositive. 6. Write it as a compelling fragment. 7. Rewrite it as dialogue. 8. Change the point of view.

Expanding sentences to ten words or more. This would be a great lesson for my graders on how to add details and parts of speech to a simple sentence in their writing.

The Activity Mom: Host a Summer Tot School-- great round up of toddler activities for the outdoors

I am so going to do some of these activities for Sweet Pea's bday party! The Activity Mom: Host a Summer Tot School-- great round up of toddler activities for the outdoors

THIS is why I can never get it right!  I remember the i before e except after see, and something about -ay as in neighbor and weigh, but here are more.  smh - English!

i before e . except when you run a feisty heist on a weird beige foreign neighbour. by MrSimonTaylor

This is fun!  This would be a very fun way to introduce sight words!

Unique and Fun Sight Word Learning: Building a Word-a-Pillar

Teach Your Child To Read Tips - Build a Word-a-Pillar with the sight words your child is learning. A great way to motivate your child to read and track progress! - TEACH YOUR CHILD TO READ and Enable Your Child to Become a Fast and Fluent Reader!

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