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Summarization Strategy called "the incredible shrinking notes". Students start out writing a summary of a reading selection on the large index card. Students are then given the medium sized card and have to take the information from the large card and condense it onto the medium sized card. Finally, students are given the small card and must take the information from the medium sized card and condense it further onto the small card. Great way for students to get to the main point/idea!

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interactive notebooks

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Sick Days and sub plans: #teacherproblems I don't always come to work sick but when I do it's because writing sub plans would be worse

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Memes for Teachers

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The Daddy Tie

free printable "my dad is my hero" tie card card... SO cute and perfect for Father's Day!

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Daddy Ties {free Father’s Day printable}

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Community Post: 31 Incredible Bulletin Boards For Back To School

Up! | 31 Incredible Bulletin Boards For Back To School

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31 Incredible Bulletin Boards For Back To School

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Super cute sight word game for kids. Find your sight word partner! #kindergarten

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Fun activity if students finish early with assignments...what a great way to foster creativity!

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7 new unintentionally inappropriate test answers from young children.

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Setting the Tone in the First 10 Minutes of the First Day of School, from The Thinker Builder

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5 Easy Student Learning Centers

Great idea.

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5 Easy Student Learning Centers « Teacher Created Tips

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Fractions on a Number Line Anchor Chart (picture only)

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Fractions on a number line - classroom collective

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A game for 2 or 3 players. Each player chooses a colour pencil or texta they will use in the game. Players take turns rolling the dice, using the numbers that they rolled to draw the perimeter of a rectangle or square & writing the area in the middle of the shape. Game ends when players run out of room to draw. Winner is the player who has used the largest area/most squares.

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Area Dice Game | Relief Teaching Ideas

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