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    Behavior Management- OMG if only I had found this last semester when I had to make a board game!

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    Teaching inference with pictures

    art project. put 5 black dots on page, start doing zig zag circles around continue until full. Have a class work on this in the last few days of school

    Trace hands and feet and then fill in a self-portrait!

    bloom's questions to use in guided reading. AWESOME resource!~ Reading comprehension, etc.

    Recycle a soup can: Cover in black paper, glue on wiggly eyes, wrap with gauze to creat Halloween mummy treat tubes

    great idea for teaching fractions

    foldables - can be used for all subjects! math vocabulary, science, literature, writing, history, geography, and more!

    math journals

    "Tangram Zoo" Have your student design animal shapes using tangram pieces and make a "Tangram Zoo" math bulletin board display of their finished projects.

    science notebooking...

    Fourth Grade Studio: Learning, Thinking, Creating

    Mosaic Portrait - Grade 4

    Grade 4 Paper Relief Sculpture - wonder if it is made from post-it notes?

    Classroom behavior management tips and ideas for grades 4 and above from The Mailbox Magazine

    Daily 5 for grade 4+. I like this Daily 5 choices and that it has a ruberic for 'effort' included. Word work ideas, etc. also found here.

    Boggle Boards...Great for a center!

    Great freebie fraction activity! Over 25,000 downloads so far!

    Math Game - Number Guess - Grade 4 Buzz; I've played this with animal names, but this is awesome.

    Free! fun get to know you game for beginning of year or social skills lunch group.

    Money saving ideas for the classroom! Easy DIY ideas to help make the classroom organized.

    Another way to display student work, with the ability for them to change it out on their own...cheaper than clipboards: clothes pins!