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An entire year's worth of The Organized Classroom Magazine! All 12 issues to take you through the school year and more! Stop by and see them all! www.theorganizedc...

The Organized Classroom Magazine

Hand Drawn Apple Teacher Gift Rubber Stamp by Designologist, $26.00

Show Me the Strategies, compiled by Donna Sears and Linda Stewart, is an UNBELIEVABLY comprehensive list of strategies that can be used throughout lessons, beginning, middle and end. #elemchat #spedchat #strategies These strategies are meant to keep students interested, engaged and learning. Keep this one near your lesson plans. Fantastic! Don’t miss this one! (You’re students will thank you for it.) via S. Johnston-Robinett

Common Core

Introvert says "yes!"

Great lesson for A Bad Case of Stripes

Task cards! This blogger links to a massive list of task cards in a variety of categories.

Free goal setting worksheets for back to school.

This lady has great writing lessons for fourth grade. Need to check this site out later

101 Super Social Studies Sites

Go Social Studies Go website

21st Century Tools Blog

Teacher Librarians

"How To Do Research" map. Kentucky Virtual Library has put together an interactive map of the research process for students. The map walks students through the research process from start to finish with every step along the way.

Great way to study just about anything... add pictures and kids have to ask questions about them... genius!

Lots of great links to fun things to get done over the summer for next school year

What I Need to Begin my Work Desk Strip - Teaching Aide - PDF file1 page, printable file.2 desk strips to 1 page This classroom resourc...

Great way to get the kids to assess themselves and their learning.

i can checklist

For your best grade, did you...?--Nice!

Common core organization

Divide the inside of a file folder into boxes that are slightly larger than small sticky notes. Write students' names in the boxes in alphabetical order, one name per box. Whenever you want to make a note about a student's progress, jot the information on a sticky note and then place it in the appropriate box. Periodically move the sticky notes to students' assessment folders. You'll have valuable information at your fingertips when it's time to prepare report cards.

Explore the Common Core by Lucy Calkins

Rules of a creator's life. Good points to live by!

STEM...100 Awesome Engineering Projects for Kids.