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An Educator's Life: Rewards Made Easy- kids earn tiles to spell out words. The first word they spell is the prize they win! Works like a charm! Font link and my experience in post!

An Educator's Life: Rewards Made Easy

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Miss Kindergarten: Alphabet Practice

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Level It Books. App that tells you the DRA level just by scanning it!

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This is a great idea to do with the little ones to help them learn their letters ... Free Printable Alphabet Match Game

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Inferences Worksheet – Where Am I?: Read the paragraphs below. Think about where the narrator is in each short story. Try to picture the setting. Check the best answer where the story takes place. Inferences Worksheet – Click Here Information: Inference Worksheet. Inferences Worksheet.

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Teacher trick: Paper towel holder + binder rings + page covers = a great way to store stickers, to display students' work, to display your lesson plans, to store parents' contact info, etc.

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a way to store sentence strips. could work inside cabinet doors...

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Text evidence to support answers

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substitute NOTES

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Literature Response Question Cards and other Literature Circle printables from Laura Candler

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There's been a little confusion between little d and little b around our house. So here's a fun game to help get them straight: Letter Slap -- A Game for Discerning Letters

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Free Printables of Initials - Each initial is filled with images starting with that letter.

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I love this site! Every-Day Edits - Daily paragraph with ten built-in errors of basic spelling, grammar, punctuation, or capitalization. Send students on a hunting expedition, then review the work with them. This daily exposure is sure to cement some very important skills as it lays the foundation for improving students' test scores.

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Love this idea for teaching students how to work in groups!

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number chains

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The Elementary Art Room!: Pattern Owls

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Chart/Message Ideas

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Chart/Message w/Names

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Scootpad is a great site where students can practice math and reading skills that correlate with the Common Core! It is free, has no ads, and students love it!

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Links to Free School Fonts

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Hysterical

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Here are some quick fluency activities you can do with your small math group. Use these as warm ups or to help progress monitor your RTI students....

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See site

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Students would totally love this! (And it cracks me up!)

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This website offers 830 paper templates for download. It has anything from regular lined paper to yahtzee score sheet to music paper.

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