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End of the year paper plate award glyph from classroom blog polka dots and teaching tots.

Polka Dots & Teaching Tots: Awards With a Twist!

Kindergarten Math Common Core Guide

Kindergarten Math Common Core Guide

Corkboard Connections: Science Comes Alive with LabTV! Free LabTV program has dozens of 5 minute episodes you can use with upper elementary and middle school students. Each episode is fascinating and shows how science and technology are use in careers and product development. Blog post includes graphic organizer for having students record the key ideas from each episode.

Corkboard Connections: Science Comes Alive with LabTV!

This resource allows students to edit grammar, spelling, and punctuation in a fun and modern way! Students will have the chance to read some of their favorite celebrities' tweets to find errors, correct them, and give reasons for their corrections!

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Calendar math for 4th/5th grade - use it to review prime, composite, factors, equations and more ...

Teaching in Room 6: upper grade

Print a thin strip of questions for students to glue in their notebook and answer. Beats trying to copy all the questions from the board (or not writing them down at all!)

The Middle School Mouth: Interactive Notebooks - Again

An "Im Done" Station for those Fast Workers...instead of just GO READ A BOOK!

Miss Kindergarten: I'm Done Jar 2.0!

ELA.4.104 Draw pictures and scribble to generate and express ideas. ELA.4.105 Follow dictated writing read by an adult. ELA.4.106 Draw at the top or bottom of the page, when requested. 20 Great Websites For Elementary Educators - Edudemic

20 Great Websites For Elementary Educators - Edudemic

Love this word wall!! Just use a clothespin to hang the words on the ribbon!

educationjourney: Five For Friday

Back-to-School treat for new students!

Tally Tales: Open House!

For teaching about rules thoughtless behavior. This may be great for even middle schoolers. I should get this book...

What If Everybody Did That?

Popped Bubble Art: I've done this activity with my kids a few times now and it never fails to fascinate them - and me! Simply color bubble mix with food coloring and blow bubbles onto paper - as the bubbles land and pop, they create beautiful works of art. It goes without saying that this project is best done outdoors. A great one for those lazy summer afternoons.

Popped Bubble Art

Boggle. The third grade classes loved it...and so did my fifth grade small group.

Create●Teach●Share: Boggle Board w/ Printable!!!

Wild about fifth grade: Using Reading Exit Slips to provide purpose accountability during independent reading time

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Fifth Grade Common Core Math Homework - FIRST QUARTER - 4 Weeks

Fifth Grade Common Core Math Homework - FIRST QUARTER - 4 Weeks

First Day of Fifth Grade Newspaper

First Day of Fifth Grade Newspaper

Oh how Pinteresting! {Classroom Decor} This blog has great ideas for Classroom Decor

The Brown-Bag Teacher: Oh how Pinteresting! {Classroom Decor}

I made this (from scratch!) for my classroom today! Feeling proud!

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If your school has moved to Common Core standards you will love this site. This site is filled with teacher uploaded assessments based on Common Core standards.

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classroom compliment chain

Just Add Clipart: My Room Has Been Blog-ified

Love this DIY Project... Recover an old desk chair & make crate seats to give your small group table a makeover!

First Grade Fever!: My "Trash to Treasure" Project

Enemy Pie lesson.

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Write in a journal! Here is a sample template to start journaling! Take 10 to 20 minutes (don’t think about grammar or punctuation) to write whatever comes to your mind. Putting your thoughts onto paper will help you sort through your emotions. You can harness any painful emotions, find clarity, and get back on track.

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Pool or Beach Acrostic Poems

Erica's Ed-Ventures: Pool or Beach Acrostic Poems

RTI Organization! | Schroeder's Stars

Schroeder's Stars: RTI Organization!