It's alive! One of the coolest science experiments ever!- cornstarch and water mixture moves to sound so kids can visually experience sound waves.

A fun science experiment to do with kids! It's alive! One of the coolest science experiments ever!- cornstarch and water mixture moves to sound so kids can visually experience sound waves.

Orange Sherbet Cake - 3 ingredients and low calorie

Three ingredient orange sherbet cake sugar free yellow cake mix (made with Splenda and reduced in calories by about 50 calories a slice when compared to the original cake mix), diet Crush, and lite frozen whipped topping.

Controlled dice - no more flying around the room. Genius!!!

Classroom Tour: A Peek Inside my 5th Grade Classroom

Put two dice in a small container. No more lost dice. No more kids crawling all over the floor trying to find the lost dice.

Hard-Boiled eggs - baked.  Must try this.

This is how I do hardboiled eggs now-- I do half/whole carton and kyle and I eat them throughout the week-- for breakfast, post-workouts, on top of salads, or egg-salad sandwiches, etc. I'd go for min though. Hard boiled eggs in muffin tins with oven

Writers notebook entries - I am a ...

Writers notebook entries - I am a . Good first of the year activity. Maybe do again at the end of the year and look at the differences

Fraction Bingo-students make their own boards...hands on math!

fraction bingo - students make their own boards. You can take it a step further by calling out addition and subtraction problems, equivalent fractions, percentages, and decimals for students to solve/convert.

Love these foldables!  Great to begin a fraction unit

Circle Fraction Foldables: These already had the lines printed on them, for correctness. Has some awesome foldable ideas on this site too!

math station plan

Marvelous Math Stations

Word Family Eggs- great for Easter!!

Great way to teach reading - word family eggs. Great way to use leftover plastic Easter eggs.

Area/Perimeter with Legos

Lego area & perimeter--This would be a fun way to get the students involved in math to learn about area and/or perimeter. All you would need is some legos and graph paper.

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