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    Story Elements -- and a lot more anchor charts for various literacy and math topics from a 4th grade teacher. (many charts can be used for multiple grade levels)

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    A Great Classmate anchor chart.

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    Help your students organize their notes on Traditional Literature with this fun book! In this book you will find pages for fairy tales, myths, legends, fables, folk tales, tall tales, and a blank page if there is a special one that I missed. FREE

    Use an activity like this to guide classroom discussion around what behaviors "look like" and "sound like." Use for learning skills

    Everybody Dance Now - 1 minute dance break.....Try on a rainy day?

    This teacher has written out directions for the spooky trees

    Keep your students focused on the lesson at hand with these 20 ideas.

    Question Words

    What a great idea! Stamped paint chip bookmarks! Looks like it could be fun to do with children, too!

    Alliteration anchor chart

    Division Man

    Three ring binder turned into a table chart. Great ideas on this blog!


    Wreath from construction paper tutorial. This would be fun for the kids and cute to display.


    practicing B and D

    I love this...summarizing chart with squares for post-its.

    Laminate and use a dry-erase marker on the "sticky notes". Use for writing or summarizing narratives.

    Glue a pom pom ball to the top of students' dry erase markers for an instant eraser! So easy and smart!

    different landforms using different textures

    ABC Order Cups ... this would be fun to have group competitions! Plus, you can mix up the cups often! For K-abc order, number order, etc.

    Black construction paper + elmer's glue + chalk pastel.