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    Cute math anchor charts.


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    Lesson on Germs! Very smart.

    I LOVE this!! Kids bring in a picture frame of their families and the classroom is decorated with them! How sweet to connect home and school!

    Reach for the stars-students can write their goals on their hand at the start of the year-LOVE this idea!

    I think this is awesome - love the 'ninja mode'! Good for all levels.

    Students must find 20 adjectives that describe themselves.--Good first day of school activity to get to know students

    Take a picture of students and have them make a mask for their pictures. Add a straw and have students fill out a dive into summer story. I'm thinking info on fish

    good first day activity for next year

    Cool first day idea Have students think of the adjectives!

    End of the Year Gifts: Give a beach ball to each student on the last day of school and let the kids sign each other's beach balls. Attach the free printable :)

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    Frames for anchor charts. Create a space in your room at the beginning of the year for your anchor charts to hang throughout the school year!

    Anchor Charts

    {Sight Word Bingo} *free printable

    Finally! I found FREE PRINT OUTS for Candyland sight words game! For all of my lower elementary teacher friends! @Sue H Morgan Lindsay Dillon Dillon Peterson @Em Frankcom Durham @Sarah Chintomby Flake @Cristina Nettles

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    The children's hands on this clock are a good visual reminder that the sections are in five minute increments.

    OMG! I need to make one for 5th graders! The 4th Grade May-niacs: Math Review Folder