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Need Olympics Themed activities that integrate the standards? This set of Multiplication and Division Mystery Pictures include 6 pages. Perfect for morning work, stations, assessment, homework, or as a class activity. Each takes about 20-30 minutes to complete. $

Interactive library bulletin board idea - pick your favorite first line then open to find your new favorite book!

Love this Classroom Rules! poster. Might be cool to have kids create one for school.

Painting a new pedagogy, part 2. #university #collaboration #workspace

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An "All about me" type of class activity. Great for the students to get to know each other as well as their new teacher. Works as a back to school activity that can remain on display through the end of the year.

Certainly an interesting twist on this. I could see it really helping some kids to remember the difference!

" Even if your company doesn't have a few million to throw at making your space more innovation-friendly, there are things you can do to optimize what you've got. The d.school team sat down and brainstormed 11 great ways to transform your digs into a little hive of bubbling creativity--or at least a place that manages to capture the occasional good idea." [fastcompany]

Research tells us students learn more when we get them up and moving. Why not try to eradicate those common grammar errors with a little bit of fun--try it out with Grammar Games!

.@milesmac's desktops getting the ultimate treatment!

Use this free set of free reading strategy task cards to help your students practice these important skills. Students can answer on notebook paper and use the included recording sheet to keep track of the cards they have completed. Another option is to use these orally in small groups.

Excellent concrete way to explain Bloom's taxonomy to second language students.