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Great way to help kids see the purpose behind the learning! Goals in Sight By: All for the Love of Teaching

All For the Love of Teaching: Goals in Sight

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Homemade playdough: The best playdough recipe ever using jello

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Reward jar

Whooo’s Been Good? – Fun Kid’s Reward System | A Spotted Pony

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What a great idea for conferences~! This teacher makes a board of some handouts perfect for practicing at home, because so many times the parents want to help but aren't sure how (or don't have the materials). Brilliant!

Free Download - Prepositions Printable Anchor Chart (Poster)

Prepositions Printable Anchor Chart (Poster)

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Dry erase circles. Who knew? They save me SO much instructional time during the day because I don't have to take time to hand out boards and markers then take them up. I keep a bucket at each table with markers and baby socks and the students get them out when we are working.

Long division modeled with Base-10 blocks. This makes division so visible!

Crewton Ramone's Blog of Math: Long Division With Base Ten Blocks

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love this visual for concepts of Transformations

Providing students with silent signals helps them assess their own thinking and understanding and it helps you assess several students at once so you have a better understanding of when to keep going and when to stop and provide your students with help and support! Read this blog post for ideas about how to use plastic cups as silent signals that help your students improve their reading strategies and self-assessment skills!

Literary Sherri: Silent Signals: Cups

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way to encourage students to set up their notebooks for subjects like Science and/or Social Studies when incorporating the use of textbook

Science Notebooking: Social Studies Notebooking

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A way to organize handouts for students

My #Made4Math 1: Handout Organization

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Photo writing prompt: Tell the story.

math tubs

The Inspired Apple: Search results for place value

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literacy centers in bags

A Teacher's Treasure: 5th Grade Literacy Centers!

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Great idea!

Two Can Do It: Math

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Do you have a focus wall?

Fabulous in First: Way Back Wednesday!

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This is a Bright Ideas Symposium! for 146 more bright ideas, click the picture! No products, just ideas like using sheet protectors to file. Nothing falls out!

Bright Ideas ! - Teacher to the Core

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Although she is a 1st grade teacher, this teacher's ideas could be used in any grade. I love her idea for the stand with her lesson plans and she share how she organizes many other aspects of the room.

Mrs. Terhune's First Grade Site!: Classroom Organization

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I'm loving this lady - definitely hands on learning and perfect for...did I mention a kinesthetic learner (those kids who have a hard time sitting still, who like to keep busy and who learn by doing). DIY balloon toss from amomwithalessonpl...

Persuasive Writing Activity Freebie

I like this because it fits the opinion standards too.. K-4 writing standards ask for an opinion writing with reasons why not persuasive. They don't have to try to convince someone to feel the same way or provide the other point of view!

Persuasive Writing - love this written, as it applies to modern and traditional!

Persuasive Chart- need to follow her blog dots n spots

DevinD#7 Detective/Activity - "Sensory Cards Autism", is Simon Says still appropriate for this age group?