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paper bag houses - Could use with a descriptive writing lesson.

Snippety Gibbet: First Grade Architecture

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The first step in teaching context clues is to make students aware of the different types:

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She stores all the papers for each unit/theme in binders. So smart. I keep cramming stuff into bursting filing cabinets.

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Trick for B, D, P, and G. Awesome!

Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog: My Favorite Pins From the Week

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You can also hang your kids artwork. There are several ways how you can do this. You can set up curtain rods and hang the artwork using the clips. Or you can make it even more special by using some pine boards, spray paint and some large paper clips. Sounds like something you are willing to try, than go and see this amazing step by step tutorial on DIY Kids Art Display!

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The History of Basketball: A Non-Fiction Close Read for 4th-6th Grade

Have boys that love sports, but hate to read? Here's a non-fiction passage about the history of basketball sure to get them geared up to try out the original rules at recess, while giving you an awesome assessment of their close reading skills! $

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Fact Versus Opinion - Educational Music Video - Song - YouTube

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I like the idea of posting expectations. Kids want to know how they can do their best.

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School Is a Happy Place: WBT for VBS (Free Whole Brain Teaching Printables)

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Dry erase circles. Who knew? Vinyl circles at group table. No passing out dry erase boards:)

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Equivalent Fractions-Christine Munafo's Flipped Classroom-4th grade STEM, via YouTube.

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Science Notebooking...GREAT science blog!

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one of my favorite examples of an interactive Math notebook dandelions and dragonflies: Interactively Math!

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printable blank map of america. lots of good (FREE!) printables!

Printable Map of The USA - Mr Printables

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Martin Luther King Freebie 3 different levels

Creekside Teacher Tales: Martin Luther King Freebie & New Things

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For my teacher friends: Date Stapler: For the student who claims they turned it in on time.

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The Escondido School District has compiled a list of 198 apps (and it continues to grow) and organized them by grades level, price, subject, type, etc. You can even choose certain parameters and it will show you only the apps that fit within whatever components you pick. Wow! Now I need an iPad for the kids to use :(

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The Santa Dance Official Music Video!- this is great! My kiddies will love it! :)

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There is more to iPads than Apps

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Math in the News: Weekly math activities based around a current event done on slideshare.

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Student Apps for Education: Scrabble Like Game for Math. Super fun and addicting just like scrabble. #student apps

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Great songs and tricks poster for learning multiplication!

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Math Word Problems!

Oh' Boy 4th Grade

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M.C. Escher

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teaching elapsed time with a t-chart

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