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    If I'm ever in a grade where I have to do AR again...this is BRILLIANT!

    Pocket charts are a staple in every primary classroom! Put yours to good use with this fun compound words pocket chart activity. Simply print, laminate, and cut out the cards. Students use the pocket chart to match the compound word puzzles. There are 111 puzzles! More than enough for a whole year of learning!

    You have got to read this post! All about creating Google quizzes for primary students. Awesome!

    diy hanging file folder pocket chart thingy- awesome!!!

    I LOVE THIS IDEA! duct tape and folders to create this - don't need to buy another pocket chart!

    Five Little Pumpkins Pocket Chart {FREE} - Pinned by PediaStaff – Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

    Song in a pocket chart

    Awesome Blog - Pocketful of Centers: Math Center Time Savers Packet...want to make my own variation with double tens frames and number line to make it more differentiated for higher kids

    Directions for how to make pocket chart stands for the little Target dollar pocket charts.

    This includes 57 language arts vocabulary cards perfect for a pocket chart or word wall. The cards have a chevron pattern that allows them to be color coded by domain and the corresponding picture on each card helps the children remember the meanings of each word. Available for math as well. $5.00

    great 'ar' activity

    AWESOME DIY pocket chart stand!

    Labels For The Classroom: Centers Great for pocket charts, schedules, and classroom organization

    Daily Schedule Pocket Chart Cards

    Pocket chart stories are a wonderful way to get your students actively involved in the story telling process. When using pocket chart stories it h...

    pocket chart color words

    Such a cute way to keep track of who is next to take an AR Quiz

    FREE Place Value Quiz or Review 1,000-1,000,000. Use these four pages of material to review or quiz your students on basic place value concepts. Concepts covered include: Number Form, Expanded Form, Word Form, Comparing Numbers, Ordering Numbers, Base Ten Skills, Rounding Numbers

    Fraction "gymnastics" - great for those 3rd graders ready to take it to the next level.