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Tips from teachers for teachers: questions to ask during an interview, whether to bring a portfolio, and more

Job Interview Tips -

Social Studies app activities

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AMAZING inside recess - a website that will get them moving! it's fun and FREE!!!!!

Subtraction Poem & other anchor charts

Free 40 age weather unit (ages 3-9)

Smart Board drag the state, this is so genius!! @Jess Liu sheneman

Labeling speech sounds for kids to understand.

Stop what you're doing. Walk over and hand this to a child instead of yelling across the classroom.

She has a great blog with lots of good ideas for reading/writing noteboooks. Check it out...

Me On The Map... another way of doing this cute activity!

Responsive Classroom (PBIS-strategy) Morning Meeting

I wish someone would have taught me this a long time ago so I would remember gallons, quarts, pints, and cups.

Beyond the grades...: Organization

SO many easy tricks to use with your SMART board!!!!!

100+ Math Smartboard Lessons K-5

so creative!

Teaching Cause and Effect

Ace Your Teacher Interview: 149 Fantastic Answers to Tough Interview Questions

100+ Math Smartboard Lessons K-5

Great idea for building math skils

DIY Salt tray with Alphabet Cards

Movie clips for your lesson plans... Features I like are ability to search by genre (age ranges), mood, theme

Pete the Cat: shoes and class book! Love Pete the Cat!!!!! And so do our kids! The whole class goes around singing "I'm rockin in my school shoes!"

"If I Was the Lorax, This is How I Would Help Our Earth....."

Love this- I do it weekly! Give it a try- your students will amaze you:)

Great way to show and practice coloring expectations! From Mrs. Wills Kindergarten: August 2011