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Patterning with Christmas Lights

independent patterning fun for your students.

Teen Room Decor. Classroom Decor. Inspirational Quote. You are free to choose, but you are not free from the consequence of your choice.

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Animal Adaptations and Habitats: Project Based Learning

Animal Adaptations...Project Based Learning Rubric

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Spanish Interactive Notebook Activity: La Familia

La Familia Interactive Notebook Activity Students create their family tree and describe their family members under each flap.

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All About Me Drawing & Writing First Week of School / Back to School Activity

Fun, contemporary back-to-school lesson! Have your students draw "selfies" and describe their summer via text message prompts. Makes for a great bulletin board display!!

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Journal Check Rubric

Journals are a great way to get students to write, but they are a pain to grade! And there's the catch--if you don't grade them, they stop putting forth any effort. That's where this journal check rubric helps. It's a quick way for teachers to fly through checking journals, while providing more feedback than just a check. This is especially useful for high school and middle school teachers who can easily have over 100 journals to grade at any given time.

@Rebeka Vaughn a MUST have for classroom library. It allows you yo use your smart phone and scan the bar code on your classroom books and then it inputs all of the info for you on a FREE data base. It allows you to let kids scan out the books and check out and check in them, separate them by reading levels and even put down their location in your class room. Did I mention it's FREE!?!?

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Creating a Classroom Website using Weebly

A great example of a classroom website and how the teacher created it using Weebly. Seems like an easy way to manage parent communication!