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    Writing. I love the pencil with "what do writers write"

    Teaming Up To Teach

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    Genius tip to help remind students to write their name on their paper! + FREEBIE!

    Whose paper is this?

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    Reading response activities for non-fiction, from Loreen Leedy- need this for some of my "beyond level" kids

    I.N.K.: 10 Nonfiction Activity Ideas for Kids

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    Seat Change Challenge - Classroom Management FREEBIE

    Seat Change Challenge

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    He went to the store ... He moseyed ... He hightailed it ... He hastened ... He beelined ... 250 ways to say went. #writingtips:

    250 Ways to Say "Went" Poster

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    $ On sale for $1 until May 3rd! This interactive notebook is filled with 600+ words to help students write more descriptively. Use them as reference cards by printing onto colorful paper OR use them as an INB... you choose!

    Boring Words Interactive Notebook & Reference Cards

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    6th Grade Common Core Spiral Math Homework - ENTIRE YEAR!!! 100% Editable, with Answer Keys! Paid

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    Anchor chart for teaching Point of View and Perspective Classroom resources include student notes, practice sheets, writing activity, anchor chart, test, and an AWESOME editable PowerPoint! Paid

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    Fun Games 4 Learning: Domino Math Games

    Fun Games 4 Learning: Domino Math Games

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    Check out this blog post for tons of excellent anchor charts!

    Anchor Charts Galore

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    Executive Function Chart

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    What a cute way to teach metric measurement! Stepping Up To Measurement - The Organized Classroom Blog

    Stepping Up To Measurement {Giveaway}

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    Teaching Paragraph Writing: Transitions - The Teacher Next Door - Creative Ideas From My Classroom To Yours

    Teaching Paragraph Writing: Transitions

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    A fun addition game for students to play in small groups

    Keep 'Em Buzzy Blog Hop!

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    Simple how-to for skirting tables to hide your supplies

    Christi Fultz • Ms. Fultz's Corner

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    *FREEBIE!* Need a first day activity? Looking for a great way to help your students get to know each other? Here is a fun activity that is designed to get students mingling and finding out about one another. Using the sheet students will be able to ask interesting questions and learn classmates' names as they seek out to find the perfect people to get them a bingo. After the first (or first few) bingo, we love to share our answers and see what we can find in common.

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    Area and perimeter anchor chart

    Math Anchor Charts

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    DIY "Adding Machine" ... This blog post shows you how to make it.

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    I really want to try this!! How to run book clubs in the classroom....I think I could actually handle this :)

    Fun in Room 4B: Book Clubs Have Begun :)

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    The Ultimate List of Free Foldable Graphic Organizers ~ This is a great place to find free resources for all subject areas!

    An Ultimate List of FREE Foldable Organizers

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    Owl puppet

    OWL Activities and Art

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    This is cuter than what I have right now!

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    Ask Me tag--one student serves as the "Ask Me" person while the teacher is working with a small group. All students will go to this person instead of interrupting the teacher, which wastes precious small group instruction time.

    Tales of Frogs and Cupcakes: My Math Block Mini-Series {Part 6}

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    Put a different colored dot on each desk in a group. When you need to have one student from each table do something, you can just simply say "Green dots, come get the papers for your table." or "Orange dots, take your table's trash to the trashcan."

    Three Tiny Tips (Owl-ways Be Inspired)

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    Template for printing on Post-It Notes! This could be dangerous. Oh hell yeah!! This totally appeals to my OCD.

    Don't forget! - Template

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