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scroll down to "The Alphabet Card Game" -- give each student a # and a letter card; randomly call out a # (that student must stand and say his/her letter in Spanish and ask "What letter comes after me?" and the student who has the next letter must stand...could play in teams as a race

ELECTIONS 2012: TEACHING IDEAS AND RESOURCES - The Learning Network, NYTimes - "Here are some suggestions for teaching and learning about the 2012 election season, followed by selected New York Times features and Learning Network lesson plans. Bookmark this page: we’ll be adding activity ideas and resources as the march to the White House proceeds, and will link from here to all the election resources we publish."

Need to remember this for November! Love it, Children's Books on voting #presidential campaign

"If I Was President, I Would ..." For this assignment, students create a flag background and design their portraits on top. These colorful projects and creative writing assignments would make an eye-catching Presidents' Day bulletin board display.

Teaching About the 2012 Presidential Election

I use this at my writing station for Daily 5. The kids love it! Roll a Story great for teaching how to make interesting elements in a story. Love this for those kids who are stuck on what to write about!

Seasonal Teaching Resources from Laura Candler - This page has recently been updated with freebies and resources for December.