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    Part Part Whole game - looks like so much fun! Great way to practice missing addends.

    Mrs. T's First Grade Class: Part Part Whole

    Creative Bulletin Board Borders for the Classroom - Crafty Morning

    Creative Bulletin Board Borders for the Classroom - Crafty Morning

    How to get your students to stop talking with "Beat the Teacher!" - simple but motivating :-)

    Mrs. Laffin's Laughings: Stop Talking with Beat the Teacher

    Getting ready for the new year was always exciting when I was teaching. A fresh new start! If you are a new teacher or returning, a ready and organized class is always welcome. Yesterday we shared some Classroom Hacks and Organization Ideas. Here are some of the products I used in my classroom – Note: …

    Things Every Teacher Needs - Kids Activities Blog

    An exciting turkey game that teaches numbers, number recognition, subitizing and more this Thanksgiving - repinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

    Racing Turkeys Number Line Game - Mom Inspired Life

    Classroom decor

    30 Epic Examples Of Inspirational Classroom Decor

    I think these things are more distracting than helpful but this one's too cute. Hello Literacy: Monitor Classroom Noise Level with Virtual Bouncy Things

    Monitor Classroom Noise Level with Virtual Bouncy Things

    Making Paper bag Turkeys! Reinforce shape identification, color identification, fine motor control, and ability to follow directions.

    Teach Them To Fly: Happy Thanksgiving Turkeys

    Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons... Main idea Thanksgiving book...lots of cute ideas on her site!

    Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons: Is it Thanksgiving yet?!

    How to say I'm sorry. This chart helps my kindergarten students solve their problems independently. It has provided many tools and strategies for them!

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    Using Beaded Number Rods for math facts!

    Common Core Connection : Beaded Number Rods

    This is a fun math activity for the kids..."shaking off" the smaller number to Taylor Swift's song, "Shake It Off." The kids are having a blast.

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    Fine Motor Popcorn Circus Craft for Kids - From ABCs to ACTs

    Mini pumpkins make great tools for science and math exploration in the Pre-K classroom. We used mini pumpkins for exploring weight, measurement, and estimation. These activities can be added to your Science Center or Math Center as a learning display. Children love anything mini, and I like to include real pumpkins for children to explore …

    Mini Pumpkin Math - PreKinders

    STOP- "Please stop what you are doing and make a better choice" behavior reminders to place on student desks when needed. Includes a link to print these out.

    Rock & Teach: Monday Made It - Part 4

    Cute idea...ziploc slider bags...number line on outside so you slider to count and then addition and subtraction cards inside.

    Mrs. T's First Grade Class: Math Tools

    Fall Pinecone Experiment | Perfect science for kids

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    Name graph. Math and Literacy combined activity. As children grow developmentally can do same activity with last names. Great for learning about graphing! You could definitely adapt for each grade level depending upon the skill being used (i.e. you could have 4th or 5th graders create line plots, pie charts, etc.)

    Mrs. Bohaty's Kindergarten Kingdom: Search results for Names

    October Math and Literacy Freebies!

    October Math and Literacy Freebies!

    10 Classroom Procedures that Will Save Your Sanity - Teach 4 the Heart

    10 Classroom Procedures that Will Save Your Sanity - Teach 4 the Heart

    Hang curved shower rod in the corner with some shelves, pillows, and a rug. Viola! Cozy reading center!.

    Grow Where You're Planted Preschool

    5 things kids need... before they're ready to sound out words - The Measured Mom

    Kindness tree for Random Acts of Kindness week.

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    Nice visual of the different ways to represent a number. Try challenging students to come up with as many ways as they can to do the same.

    Teaching Numbers 1 to 5

    For kids who are easily distracted or overwhelmed by amount of work. Put assignments/responsibilities onto a paper in a file folder. Cut the file folder into thirds so that the student sees 2-3 tasks at one time. This is helpful for multi-step problems and organizational difficulties as well as difficulties with attention. Essential for students with NVLD or Processing Disorders as well as ADHD!

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