Ryan


Ryan

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Into the Outdoors is a new site featuring videos and lesson plans about a wide variety of topics related to nature. The site is divided into six main topic areas; life science, farm science, social science, physical science, environmental science, and natural resources science.

Home - Into The Outdoors

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Make your year curriculum plan in one, organized place. No need for multiple scopes and sequences. Perfect starting place for school year planning. K-12 versions.

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101 Websites That Every Elementary Teacher Should Know About

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Pencil fidgets - They allow the student to have something to move around in their hands. Students that require such fidgets have a need for sensory stimulation, and fidgets provide that within the classroom setting.

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Just in case this tragedy befalls me...how to fix a cracked iPhone..might as well pin now

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101 Websites That Every Elementary Teacher (And mom!) Should Know About

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101 Websites That Every Elementary Teacher (And mom!) Should Know About

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101 Websites That Every Elementary Teacher (And mom!) Should Know About

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101 Websites That Every Elementary Teacher Should Know About

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Pin Now, Check out later: 3000 songs to use in lesson plans! I LOVE using music to teach!

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Wheel of Fame for interactive whiteboards creates customizable "Wheel of Fortune" style games for your classroom!

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Wheel of Fame for interactive whiteboards creates customizable "Wheel of Fortune" style games for your classroom!

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Team Building activities...family reunion games, back to school, youth activities.

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Pixar Short Film: For the Birds (great for the beginning of the year; important ideas about friendships, tolerance, bullying, and more.)

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"Name Skeletons" Look closely: students folded white paper in half, wrote their names in cursive, and cut out around their names - this formed the body. They added the head, arms,and legs then mounted their "name skeletons" on black construction paper! - What a fun idea!

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  • Kris Anderson Medford
    Kris Anderson Medford

    I used to do these in 5th grade...they were a hit...I taught it at a westwind conference too