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Lisa Manes
Lisa Manes
Lisa Manes

Lisa Manes

  • Fort Mill, SC
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Friend, wife, mom, 2nd grade teacher.

How to Make Lightning- experiment for kids

What if? To start the year to introduce how to be self managers when the teacher is working with small groups.

Citizen Science is Blooming- Infographic @Evelyn Spencer Environmental Education Foundation

Become a citizen scientist! Use the free Project Noah app to identify and categorize organisms in your backyard, at your school or in your community.

Real Life science experiments and projects that kids and families can help with!

8 Apps That Turn Citizens into Scientists: Scientific American

One week to Math Centers! How to start guided math and math centers- one week introduction! Perfect for the new year!

Say Something sentence stems are the PERFECT way to get your students thinking critically and promote reflection and dialogue in math! Students love them!

Middle school Bulletin board Cool first day idea Have students think of the adjectives!

Here's a set of reference pages for students in upper elementary grades.

This Giant Foldable (3 pieces of 8.5"x11" paper taped together) provides students with a large enough area to write down all the functions of the digestive system structures in one place. Students LOVE the large size and it creates a great review sheet as well as coloring activity. Perfect for interactive notebooks or it can be hole punched and put into a binder.

Fieldcrest - Grade Eight: Own Your Learning Student check-in before saying "I'm done"

Math anchor charts can provide a source of visual reference to support student thinking, reasoning and problem solving.

1st day activity.

Weird and wonderful science and art activity for kids: Gelatin Streaking.

Colorful Lumpy Slime with mix-ins and a little creativity from Steve Spangler Science.

Paragraph of the Week. This daily, scaffolded approach to paragraph writing is perfect to help get your students writing good, solid, detailed paragraphs. Students will write one paragraph weekly, focusing on the organization and format of the paragraph itself.There are 36 weeks worth of writing prompts in this 200+ page file.

Team building - Pipeline... can be done with kids with pool noodles cut in 1/2 and use a marble?

Need help controlling the volume in the cafeteria? Use this poster to help your students!

Examples of accommodations that can be used in the classroom to help kids with ADHD

measuring tape chart - for the math

Sidewalk Chalk Math... Subtraction, Addition, and Multiplication outdoor