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50th Day of School FREEBIE! {Coloring, Counting & # Puzzles}

50th Day of School FREEBIE! {Coloring, Counting & # Puzzles}


Making the Most of Bulletin Boards

Ideas for setting up anchor-chart friendly bulletin boards! From: Ms. Lilypad's Primary Pond (Blog)

Ms. Lilypad's Primary Pond

Organized Classroomfrom Organized Classroom

3 Favorite Things

Mini nurse station ... No interruptions won't bother nurse for little things too

3 Favorite Things

This type of chart is helpful for each segment of the day starting with Morning Meeting to Closing Meeting. For younger kids it also helps to have pictures attached so that expectations are clearly visible. For groups with short attention spans you can start with the teacher side already completed and build from there.

Hawk's Nest: 1st 7 days of school recap (part 1)

Filing cabinet makeover.

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Magnetic Towel Bar used on whiteboard for displaying anchor LOVE!

Sugar and Spice: Easy and Cheap Anchor Chart Display!

No Time For Flash Cardsfrom No Time For Flash Cards

Spell Your Name - Spelling Game

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Spell Your Name - Spelling Game - No Time For Flash Cards


{Peek of the Week} A Peek into Sunny's 4th & 5th Grade Classroom

Teaching With a Mountain View: {Peek of the Week} A Peek into Sunny's 4th & 5th Grade Classroom

{Peek of the Week} A Peek into Sunny's 4th & 5th Grade Classroom

use command hooks to attach baskets to the walls of your classroom. Instant storage solution!

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Parents Involvement Matters

Think About It Thursday-Parents as Partners

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Organizing classroom supplies in a beautiful, easy-to-see way | What the Teachers Wants

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Music suggestions for end-of-the-year projects, like slideshows, programs, etc. It's a great list... includes some you may not have thought of. :)

The First Grade Parade: 10 More Days

Rock the test!

Classroom Creations by Melissa

Minds in Bloomfrom Minds in Bloom

New Classroom Set Up: Encouraging Self-Directed Learning and Collaboration

Classroom Set Up - Encouraging Collaboration and Self-Directed Learning. This post if full of pictures and ideas. I love how there are so many different places for students to work, and everything is so inviting!

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Love this creative idea for a fun birthday board! Students were grouped by month and held their birthdays up on whiteboards.

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Assessment! Ticket Out the Door - I like the numbers so you can automatically see who hasn't turned one in.

FREE! Ticket Out the Door Sign Topper

Toddlers will love the idea of shape hopping, call out the shape and color and the child's job is to find the shape and matching color. Great for large motor development and body and eye coordinations.

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laminated construction paper to teach personal space at the beginning of the year.

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Teaching in Progress: Why I Will Never Use a Behavior Chart Again. Calm down corner.

Teaching in Progress: Why I Will Never Use a Behavior Chart Again

sort clothes that you fold vs. clothes that you hang

The Autism Helper

Crafts~N~Things for Children: Coin Activities

Crafts -N- Things for Children

2nd Grade Sandcastle: My classroom!

2nd Grade Sandcastle: My classroom!

Students read a picture book in pairs. After reading they roll a dice and the corresponding number instructs them to apply a certain comprehension strategy - make a text to self connection, retell, determine importance, use questioning, visualizing, infer The set includes one game card for teachers to photocopy for each game. Please see my other free products to download this game for grades 3-6.

Reading Comprehension dice Game - grades K-2

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Organizing Your Students' Work for the Week!

Organizing your students' work for the week in advance makes a teacher's life easier!

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