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Did you know that you can use beads to write your name in the ASCII Binary code that computers use? Code Your Name is a fun STEM activity for kids!

Biography Bottles: 2 liter soda bottle with a styrofoam ball on the top for the head...decorated to look like a character from a book, person from history.... near endless possibilities. Love this as a reading response option.

A TON of spirit week themes and ideas for student councils

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Check It Off! | 21 Cool Anchor Charts To Teach Close-Reading Skills

Hello Literacy: So What's the Big Deal? Getting to the Main Idea & Key Details - (Standard 2)

Five Ways to Use Memes in Class - from www.traceeorman.com

Main Idea Anchor Chart--Worked great in my fifth grade classroom!

Tracking our WIGs (wildly important goals) for the leader in me process. A target to keep track of our fluency words per minute and out multiplication fact progress.

An end of the year poem to give to students.

This is a great way for kids to relfect on their level of engagement. Love this. I'm thinking about including it in their readers notebook...

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The PBS "President for a Day" interactive game (Grades 3-8) let's children become President and see how the Government affects them in the decision it makes. More fun activities too at PBS KIDS: The Democracy Project.

Great example of why students should vary sentences.

"Wall of champions" post its to demonstrate 80% or higher on assessments

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I think I just found interactive white board heaven! Many, MANY notebook files in all curriculum areas!

▶ Turkeys in Disguise - YouTube So very cute. It will make you smile

snowmen at night video

**FREE** and **WOW** Using LEGO for mid to upper elementary math. - Fractions, multiplication, division, mean, mode, median - plus, pdf worksheets to create bagged stations. Great site!

I believe that this is a good list of strategies for students to use with division. It will help them get started on dividing something within a word problem.

MAIN IDEA~ Students read the story in the storm cloud, then strike the tree (containing the main idea) with lightning. Fun, interactive online resource!

Main idea anchor chart I like the clues to help find the main idea.

9 Ways Students Can Develop a Growth Mindset - Ferndale, MI, United States, ASCD EDge Blog post - A Professional Networking Community for Educators