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Great Ed ideas

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mini grammar movies.

Fun (and free!) countdown timers for the classroom! Read this blog post on Corkboard Connections to find out where to download these timers and more and some tips for using them in the classroom.

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30 beautiful abandoned places around the world - use as a fiction starter :)

Picture Vocab books The Simply Scientific Classroom: Middle School Science- drawing a picture helps students with learning!

Tupelo Honey: My Classroom

Tupelo Honey: My Classroom

SO. FREAKING. COOL. 1/4" Mt Dew in bottle, add tiny bit of baking soda and 3 capfuls of hydrogen peroxide. Shake and it glows. Pour on sidewalk to "paint"...Who knew!?

Organization of read-alouds

"The Greatest Middle School Social Studies Blog in the World"

One of the best websites I have seen that is loaded with fabulous science activities. I'm telling you, if you teach middle school science you need this site.

This is a terrific word game that strengthens language skills and processing speed.  Players quickly conceptualize and use literary terms, figurative language, grammar and basic language skills. There are 3 levels (elementary, middle school & high school) so players of all ages can have fun playing against themselves or others.

phonics eggs

light up your brain stories and games

Grow seeds in a CD case for viewing - not as creepy as the glove and easier to see

Cool History via great 80's tunes!

the BEST playdough recipe, hands down. and you make it with JELLO!

Multiplication Finger Tricks

elementary, middle, and high school apps from the ipad pilot project

math journals

Students create a t-shirt that reflects the book they read.

This is what a scientist looks like

A collection of free downloadable public domain images for crafters and web designers that have been rescued from old books, magazines, and other print materials. All of the images in this collection are copyright free in the United States and any country that extends copyrights up to 70 years after the death of the original artist making them in the public domain and free to use in your next scrapbook page, notecard or other craft projects.

Free printable maps.

Practical Pages - great Art blog!