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    • Crystal G. Harmon

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      good readers... Used one of these in 1st grade and loved it! 54 5 Lacee Quarantillo School! Pin it Send Like Learn more at Addition strategy anchor chart - go to the blog, it has good anchor charts 71 7 Catherine Stevens Love to teach Pin it Send Like Learn more at In a lot of ways, the SAT/ACT is just like a game. There are rules to the game. And there are strategies to maximize what you know given the constraints of the game. Check out some of these tips! 149 19 Rebecca Barlow Homeschool: College Planning/SAT Prep Pin it Send Like Learn more at The 4th Grade May-niacs: Addition Strategies 99 6 Steve Vandagriff Teaching III Math Journal and Lesson Ideas Pin it Send Like Learn more at Reviewing numbers to 20! 87 11 The Kindergarten Smorgasboard KinderLand Collaborative Pin it Send Like Learn more at from Teachers Pay Teachers Partial Products: a mental math strategy unit for multiplication Partial Products is a mental math strategy for double digit multiplication. It can be used as a replacement for the commonly-used 26 2 Crissy Cade Neat School Ideas Pin it Send Like Learn more at from Teachers Pay Teachers Interactive Math Journal--ADDITION STRATEGIES Start your students off right with INTERACTIVE ADDITION STRATEGY JOURNALS! $ 35 2 Elle Hill Pin it Send Like Learn more at This is a blog post about number sense strategies for teaching 1.NBT.C.4. Check out how the students are able to decompose numbers using different base ten strategies! 35 2 Mrs.Russell's Room First Grade Common Core Resources Pin it Send Like Learn more at Multi-sensory sight word and spelling strategies: glue and food coloring. 42 4 Astute Hoot: Tools for the Wise Teacher A Teaching Tips Pin it Send Like Learn more at FREE Metacognition Real Reader vs. Fake Reader Reading Rubric for Comprehension.. English Language Arts, Reading, Reading Strategies PreK, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, Homeschool..Anchor Chart - Reading Rubric for Real Reading vs. Fake Reading. It focuses on Metacognition, thinking about your thinking, and what it really looks like to be a real reader. 5 Diane Pfile Teacher & Classroom Curriculum.. Pin it Send Like Learn more at Kid Friendly Strategy Posters and Bookmarks!!! ----Phenomenal First Grade Phonics and Reading 76 5 Christine Suda DiOrio First Grade and Teaching! Pin it Send Like Learn more at Ten Friends Poster Anchor Chart Addition Strategy for Making a Ten 133 4 Jeremie Llorente Tharp Apples, Crayons, and Caffeine Pin it Send Like Suddenly life makes sense. Rapunzel is a homeschooler! I knew I liked her for a reason xD 42 8 1 Elizabeth Marie #2 Funny and Amazing Mary Kate Homeschoolers!

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