Think I am going to use this for my bulletin board.  When you enter this room... 4th & 5th Grade Happiness

Think I am going to use this for my bulletin board. When you enter this room... 4th & 5th Grade Happiness

what a smart teacher!!!! pinner says: My latest ploy-- getting my kids into more non-fiction. I'll post a crazy fact a day, and if they can bring in a fact for me and show me where they read it (any non-fiction resource, print or digital) I'll put it up for the day with their name. I'm hopeful I can hook them!  {image only}

what a smart teacher!!!! pinner says: My latest ploy-- getting my kids into more non-fiction. I'll post a crazy fact a day, and if they can bring in a fact for me and show me where they read it (any non-fiction resource, print or digital) I'll put it up for the day with their name. I'm hopeful I can hook them! {image only}

Controlled dice - no more flying around the room. Genius!!!

Why Didn't I Think Of That? 24 Useful Tips

Reading and technology classroom door decor and bulletin board.  All apps are real and support reading and language arts skills and strategies.

53 Classroom Door Decoration Projects for Teachers - BigDIYIdeas.com

Reading and technology classroom door decor and bulletin board. All apps are real and support reading and language arts skills and strategies.

First Grade O.W.L.s: X-mas gifts for parents and teachers~ Gift tag freebies!

First Grade O.W.L.s: X-mas gifts for parents and teachers~ Gift tag freebies!

ABC Order Lesson~  Try word stick centers.  Write groups of words on Popsicle sticks, place each set of sticks in a separate container, and then have students sort words before writing them in the correct order.  Use with sight words, spelling lists, or words with similar spellings to challenge fast finishers.  Check out the pictures and many more great ideas at Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits!

ABC Order Lesson~ Try word stick centers. Write groups of words on Popsicle sticks, place each set of sticks in a separate container, and then have students sort words before writing them in the correct order. Use with sight words, spelling lists, or words with similar spellings to challenge fast finishers. Check out the pictures and many more great ideas at Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits!

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