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end of the school year teacher gifts:)

The Ultimate List of Educational Websites

I am so right brained!

Here's a nice anchor chart on branches state of government. (This is example is for South Carolina, but this model will work for most states.)

I've got a foldable for that!: Math Important Book

15 Most Common Errors in Student Writing

great list of apps

50 School Lunch Ideas besides sandwiches! {healthy and easy!}

Spin and Color a Fraction! What a fun way to learn and practice fractions!

make and take...ferris wheel at night

Elementary Algebra is generalized form of arithmetic. It provides a language to represent problems and functions. Algebraic thinking is also one of the first forms of abstract thinking that students develop in mathematics. Lets look at some of the common gotchas of algebraic learning. | This is Excellent!! I'm loving the explanations!!!

The Game That Is Worth 1,000 Worksheets.....Let's Play Math webpage....Great games!

Ideas By Jivey: For the Classroom: Fourth Grade Teachers... It's Your Lucky Day!!

Just what I was looking for, quotes for teacher appreciation gifts. Genius.

20 End of School Celebrations and Traditions - Tip Junkie

WHOA... I don't how this guy figured this out, but he is a genius. Trick to multiplication tables 6X6 and above. - I knew the 9's trick, but have never seen this one before!

Resume - Gets more attention!

Teacher Gift Ideas

Love this- I do it weekly! Give it a try- your students will amaze you:)

3rd grade-- We started out by drawing arrows pointing straight up, using a Sharpie marker without pre-drawing. No such thing as a mistake! Then, to create the "3-D" buildings, the ends of the arrowheads were connected straight down to the bottom of the paper, or until they bumped into another building. Finally we added our concentric circle skies, which is an idea I adopted from another blogger.

3rd grade - picasso portrait

Flipping the Classroom Ideas ... LOVE this compilation of ideas ... Students will too!

Great website with a focus on using History Timelines.

Shut the Box - Once your kids get hooked on this classic strategy game, you'll want to have dice, paper, and a pen with you any time you leave the house.