Thy Huynh-Erskine

Thy Huynh-Erskine

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Early Finisher activities...ALSO: 3. Write a thank you note to someone. 4. Write as many rhyming words as you can.

early finisher activities - put this in a ziplog bag and make one for each student as an early finish go to assignment; have them keep the assignments in the ziplog bag for safe keeping; when they complete a row, column, or diagonal give them a reward

The Secrets of a Middle School Teacher: My Classroom: Finished Early

The Secrets of a Middle School Teacher: My Classroom: Finished Early love this idea for them to have a choice in their work

7 fun and fresh get-to-know-you activities for the beginning of the year, including a “Who Am I?” poster with flip-flap clues, “A Maze of New Friends” activity, and more! Perfect for back-to-school! Gr. 3-5 ($). Click the image for details, or see the bundle of BOTH my Get-to-Know-You activity packs here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/BUNDLE-Back-to-School-Get-To-Know-You-Activities-Fun-Fresh-2-Packs-1984515

7 fun and fresh get-to-know-you activities for the beginning of the year, including a “Who Am I?” poster with flip-flap clues, “A Maze of New Friends” activity, and more! Perfect for back-to-school!

An excellent example of the role plants play in keeping our soil intact and even clean of impurities. Great example of erosion.

Possible school experiment to show importance of wetlands/riparian zones! This shows the importance of plants in our soil. Plants like trees and grasses help purify ground water. Without them the ground water gets polluted and harder to clean and drink.

Show kids that plants will grow towards the light by making a plant shoebox maze.

Show kids that plants will grow towards the light by making a plant shoebox maze. credit: Plants for Kids. I also want to do a garden in a glass box so kids can see what goes on underneath. Part of science and discovery center.

Comparing Numbers with Uno ~ Adapt for any Place Value! | This Reading Mama

State Assessment practice: Comparing Numbers With Uno (don't forget base ten comparisons as well)