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Scientific Method Foldable {Freebie}

Scientific Method Foldable {Freebie}

These Close Reading symbol charts & bookmarks are a must have during your close reading lessons! The file includes charts (2 color and 2 blackline masters) and bookmarks (1 color and 1 blackline master). You can use these as anchor charts, as posters, in notebooks, or in your students' close reading folder.

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The Statue of Liberty Activities and Art Project Printable Mini Unit.

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Statue of Liberty Activities Worksheets | EarthCam from the Statue of Liberty

The Story of the Statue of Liberty

This is a social studies activity for 2nd and 3rd grades. This is a useful pages because it shows how this teacher ties in science with history. The students will perform experiments and use discussions in oder for them to learn why the Statue of Liberty is green.

Mrs Jump's class

How tall is the Statue of Liberty and why is it green? ... Fun facts, history, pictures and Statue of Liberty coloring pages for kids.

The Statue of Liberty - Facts, Pictures and Coloring Pages

Make a penny turn green just like The Statue of Liberty in this science activity for kids! ~

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Common Core I Can Statements for kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th grades | all free from The Curriculum Corner | kid friendly language | individual standards | checklists | & so much more!!!

CCSS “I Can” Statements for Grades K – 6 in Kid Friendly Language

Third Grade File Folder Games- Turkey Feather Template for Word Wall Words Turkeys

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I wanted to display a word wall in my classroom, but I have ran out of wall space. So I decided to create this personal word wall for my students to use when writing. I am going to have them keep this in their writing folder so they can keep track of words they have trouble spelling. They can also write down important words we go over each week in math, ELA, science, and social studies.

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Recording sheet for a vocab guessing game. Students ask these questions about their word and then make a guess

Classroom Freebies: "What My Word" Game!

This will make getting a new student 100 times easier. I'm constantly, scurrying around to give them all of the things they need. Love this idea!

Classroom Organizing Tips - Paperblog

Use a coupon organizer from the dollar store to organize word wall words.

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Must have Cheer Cards for your Word Wall... Use to get your students motivated to learn the sight words! $

Word Wall Cheer Cards

Love this Word Wall!... kinder can organize common words and sight words

Simply the Middle: Finally - My Room Tour

Create a personal word wall with these FREE printables! From {1plus1plus1} Carisa #homeschool

Personal Word Wall Printables

Painters tape, then double stick tape to hang posters and such without peeling paint off walls or putting thumbtack holes in walls. SUCH a clever idea!

the double stick/painters tape trick - Picnics Under the Moon

back of each letter. Every time your class has perfect attendance place a letter in the pan. You decide what rewards to give to your class when you complete the word “Perfect Attendance”. At my school, we have rewarded with going to the park across the street (the BIG park), We've had root beer floats, ice-cream parties, movie and popcorn….. Whatever makes it special for your class is great! -Teaching by the Beach

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Word Work?...because typing is on the intermediate grades for CC?

100 Day Activities All About Me

MUST SEE Word Work Game, 50+ pages, 3 Skill Levels and ink friendly options.

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Personal Word Walls-can put them in file folders I can make these for classes...they can add words throughout the year!

Tales of Frogs and Cupcakes

Turn a shoebox and magnifying glass into a smartphone projector.

How to Turn a Cardboard Box into a Cheap DIY Smartphone Projector

Vocab on the Move....during a unit review in reading we typically play this game. The students all have a sentence strip with a vocab word on it. They do not know what the word is though. They have to travel around the room to find a synonym, antonym, example, sentence, etc. The clues are used to determine the word on their heads.

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50+ Books for Modeling Comprehension Strategies | This Reading Mama

50+ Books for Modeling Comprehension Strategies

FREE Non-fiction reading for Shark Week!

Shark Week Blog Hop {with FREEBIES}!