Thinking maps maps gone wild!
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Glitzy In 1st Grade: parts of a clock brace map! analog and digital bridge map again.
Thinking maps gone wild 1st Grade Blog, but ideas can transfer for upper grades...
Thinking maps gone wild 1st grade dual language class
Glitzy In 1st Grade. Love the two on time concepts
Thinking Maps...1st grade blog, but great stuff!!
Thinking Maps #thinkingmaps
Thinking Maps samples
1st Grade mind maps.
Thinking map ideas
Penguin Tree Map
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Easy way to create an anchor chart, structure a report and do research. love it.
an easy way to structure a report and do research. love it. Penguin writing
Mrs. Ring's K-Crew Kids Rock!!: SLIDING INTO GREAT PENGUIN WRITING
correct verb usage using familiar winter animals - PreK deaf ed
Penguin Tree Map.. maybe use at the end of penguin unit??
For my penguin unit: SLIDING INTO GREAT PENGUIN WRITING
Penguin research anchor chart - are, can, have method
This is great for the penguin unit we are doing!
SLIDING INTO GREAT PENGUIN WRITING
First week activity.
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Six Classroom Questions to start off the school year. Need to revamp them to suit high school but love this idea for Day 1!
Six Classroom Questions to start off the school year! - Change it to high school and it could be interesting
Six Classroom Questions to start off the school year! I might have these be in response journals so students could elaborate more vs a sticky note.
Six Classroom Questions to start off the school year! This looks great and I want to do this the first week of school next year.
First Week of School Idea: Write out six questions, all having to do with how to make our classroom and ourselves function to the highest level, on six pieces of chart paper. Students, in groups of three, spent two minutes at each chart, collaborating and responding to each question on a sticky note. After all groups visited each chart paper station, I hung all of the charts up and we discussed each answer and noticed some very interesting trends.
Six Classroom Questions to start off the school year! Idea for mission Statement
First days of school ideas (e.g., 6 questions for the first week of school).
1st day of ELA Six Classroom Questions to start off the school year!
First Day of School info + other classroom ideas
Thick vs. Thin Questions Bookmark Good reminder for higher order thinking questions! #West Music #Inspires my Class
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So often we ask "thin" questions. This is a nice reminder to extend those conversations with "thick" questions (aka: open-ended).
Thick vs. Thin Questions Bookmark Good reminder for higher order thinking questions! #West Music #Inspires my Classu
Thick & Thin questions: great strategy for teaching students that have difficulty with answering questions! (Put on an anchor chart!)
Thick vs. Thin Questions Bookmark Good reminder for higher order thinking questions - this is the core of your narrative right here
Thick & Thin questions- posting this will help students write, think, and ask "Thick" questions.
Thick and thin questions - make an anchor chart for this. Encourage "thick" questions.
Thick vs. Thin Questions Bookmark Good reminder for higher order thinking questions.
Thin questions and thick questions while reading and discussing books
Thin questions vs thick questions Bookmarks
Life in Fifth Grade: Increasing Students' Thinking! Moving Past "Right There" Questions
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reading bookmark This is a great idea--
Bloom's Taxonomy questioning
Using sticky notes to track thinking
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I like these for Guided Reading! Anchor Chart/Learning Station. This has been a favorite of mine for years!
Great beginning reading anchor chart that gets kids to stop & think about their reading while using post-its!
Anchor Chart/Learning Station... this will only fuel my addiction to sticky notes during reading!
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Example of how readers use sticky notes to show their thinking (Anchor Chart)
Anchor Chart/Learning Station for reading with sticky notes
Anchor Chart/Readers Workshop
Various reading anchor charts
like this idea
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http://weightlosssurprise.org/weightloss-surprise/ Roasted Beets and Sauteed Beet Greens classroom-ideas
Love this idea!!!!! Story map--interchangeable for different stories
Story Map chart with post-its. Literacy center idea
Good idea for retelling stories from our books
Great anchor charts for reading and writing
Great anchor chart for lower elementary
Changeable story map! Anchor Chart
Great idea- Story mapping
story map idea
Reading is Thinking
Anchor Chart for Reading is Thinking! This is designed for 3-5, but could easily be made into a chart for 2nd.
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Anchor Chart for Reading is Thinking! This is designed for 3-5, but could easily be made into a chart for any grade or Title program.
Anchor Chart for Reading is Thinking! This is designed for 3-5, but could easily be made into a chart for 2nd. For more anchor charts visit: https://www.pinterest.com/eclearning/kindergarten-anchor-charts/
FREE visual: Anchor Chart for Reading is Thinking. This is designed for 3-5, but could easily be made into a chart for 2nd--or upper grades. Visual of numerous strategies on one chart, showing that readers use more than one strategy at a time. This is a good blog entry from The TeacherTrap.
Anchor Chart for Reading is Thinking! This is designed for 3-5, but could easily be made into a chart for 2nd. #guided #reading #teaching #elementary #literacy #anchor #charts
Reading poster idea....grows as we learn each one. Anchor Charts - 1..2..3.. Teach With Me
Language arts: Reading is Thinking!
reading chart: reading is thinking
Reading is Thinking! #anchorchart
Reading anchor chart
Metacognition - thinking about thinking
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Metacognition Anchor Chart to begin lessons on Comprehension Strategies
Here's a nice anchor chart of metacognitive thinking stems.
Metacognition anchor chart. I like this for reading!
Metacognition Thinking Stems (anchor chart)
Teaching Metacognition & Thinking Stems
Any subject metacognition anchor chart
Metacognition - Thinking Stems
Metacognition anchor chart
Friend thinking map- Great first days activity
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Checkout this great post on Kindergarten Lesson Plans! Possible Valentine's Day Activity
Great way to reinforce friendship in the middle of the school year (Valentine's Day?)
Back To School and Valentine's Day Friendship Unit and Kindergarten Lesson Plan
Friends Thinking Map: A great activity for the first week of school.
Great for friends unit or Valentine's Day!
Valentine's Day thinking map
Friends anchor chart
back to school idea
Passion Projects - Week 2
Genius Hour! Give kids a chance to study their passions for one hour each week!
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Genius Hour! Give kids a chance to study their passions for one hour each week! Project Based Learning
Runde's Room: Passion Projects in the Classroom: n a nutshell, Genius Hour is something that happens in your classroom for one hour a week. During this time, students research and complete an inquiry project based on their passions - really digging deep into what motivates them.
Passion Projects in the Classroom- LOVE this idea!! Perhaps every Friday enrichment period in 5th grade is dedicated to GENIUS hour? These projects would NOT be graded- just a way to allow the students to learn more about what they are passionate about
"Genius Hour allows your students to explore their passions. For one hour a week, they read, research, plan and design their passion projects. Students can take on any topic they are passionate about, and create a project they can share with the class, the school … the world!"
GENIUS HOUR: For one hour a week let your students work on a "passion project"-- something they really love or care about. What an awesome idea. #school #ideas #teachers
Heather and Paul: Something to do to take back creative learning from the Common Core drudgery. GENIUS HOUR: For one hour a week let your students work on a "passion project"-- something they really love or care about. What an awesome idea.
Inquiry unit for my 4th grade specials rotation!!!!
Genius hour project based learning
many great classroom ideas
great thinking map
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fairy tale unit great ideas in this unit; re-enacting fairy tales with masks and text to self connections using Goldilocks
Goldilocks FAIRY TALE UNIT -- good ideas 3 Bears, 3 Billy Goats, Jack and the Beanstalk.......
Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog: a few ideas from Fran at Kindergarten Crayons...
fairy tale unit - could use this template for different fairy tales
Character analysis thinking map & writing
thinking map to write sentences
fairy tale unit-adjectives
thinking map Goldilocks
The 'Thinking About Thinking' wall~LOVE this teacher she is soooo with it when it comes to thinking skills and kids!
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Great resource for classroom posters on Brain Gym plus lots of other things
Posters and visual representations of "thinking processes"
Thinking Processes - MargD Teaching Posters
Lot's of great ideas to get kids to THINK!
A lot of great ideas with signs & posters
Thinking Process: Thinking About Thinking
Lots of THINKING stuff--very intriguing
Lots of higher order thinking stuff
Anchor Charts, Thinking within, beyond, and about the text.
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Thinking BEYOND the text... from Middle School Teacher to Literacy Coach (blog): Guided Reading Anchor Charts: Within, Beyond, and About the Text (Love the comparison of predicting and inferring)
With modification, this could be applied to informational text as a way to help students EXPERIENCE reading
Anchor Choarts, Thinking within, beyond, and about the text... from Middle School Teacher to Literacy Coach (blog) Note: Pin leads to other anchor charts--but not this one!)
Middle School Teacher to Literacy Coach: Guided Reading Anchor Charts: Within, Beyond, and About the Text
Anchor Charts, Thinking within, beyond, and about the text... from Middle School Teacher to Literacy Coach (blog)
Don't just check out the reading chart but check out the attached website.....great information
"What if" anchor chart: Great for discussion at the beginning of the school year!
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The "What If..." Anchor Chart from: Kathy Griffin's Teaching Strategies(blog) A great back-to-school activity!
"What if" anchor chart: Great for discussion at the beginning of the school year - need to adapt for ms
The "What if?" Anchor Chart has arrived just in time for school. Brainstorm all of the reasons why students might need to interrupt their teachers. Record solutions to their problems. You CAN have uninterrupted small group learning in your classroom. Kathy Griffin's Teaching Strategies--Hang it with Hang-Mates
The "What if?" Anchor Chart has arrived just in time for school. Brainstorm all of the reasons why students might need to interrupt their teachers. Record solutions to their problems. You CAN have uninterrupted small group learning in your classroom. Plus have fun listening to all of their reasons. Validating their reasons is the first step to problem-solving solutions. Kathy Griffin's Teaching StrategiesKathy Griffin's Teaching Strategies
Are your students interrupting you during small groups? This anchor chart will get them thinking and solving their own problems. Make the "What if?" Anchor Chart with your students. Let them help problem-solve each situation. "What if you need a kleenex?" "What if you need to go to the bathroom?" The fun part is listening to all of the reasons for interrupting their teacher. Some of our students are very creative:-) Kathy Griffin's Teaching Strategies
"What if" anchor chart: Great for discussion at the beginning of the school year
iHeartLiteracy: You Oughta Know About... These Back to School Ideas!
Can be redone for any grade level. Perfect for classroom management.
The What If Anchor Chart - Kathy Griffin's Teaching Strategies
After discussing what a scientist is and what s/he does, students made their own 'foldable' scientist. Inside they wrote up a Tree Map (Thinking Maps) of what a scientist has, can, and use. (Follow link for more details)
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Mad Scientist: label science safety equipment he is wearing (make a list of equipment first). Inside the lab coat write how this equipment keeps him/her safe. @Emily Polson
Partner Talk Anchor Chart for Reading Notebook: Great for students to use as a reference chart when thinking about what to talk about with their partner during buddy read time.