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Great way to study just about anything... add pictures and kids have to ask questions about them... genius!

Guess Who: Historical Figures - Cool way to help kids study important people, i. It could also work for people with TBI's, Aphasia or some form of dementia! A fun way to study important people in your life like family and friends!

DIY Dry Erase Speech Bubbles - Check out this awesome DIY dry erase speech bubbles tutorial via Weddingbee. These creations will be a great addition to the classroom for various subjects. - How would you use these in your classroom?

Laminated Speech Bubbles perfect for dry erase markers. Great idea for conversations. I love the idea of teaching kids the difference between thinking something and how to say it in a nicer way!

printable map of the USA - in color, bw and blank, with capitals etc

'playroom" printable map of the USA - LOTS of FREE printables for kids here that are BEAUTIFULLY designed. Maps, flash cards, coloring pages, mazes, games.

APPitic – all the educational apps you’ll ever need!

APPitic – all the educational apps you’ll ever need!

APPitic is a directory of apps for education by Apple Distinguished Educators (ADEs) to help you transform teaching and learning. These apps have been tested in a variety of different grade levels, instructional strategies and classroom settings

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DIY Comment réaliser son Jeu familial Qui est-ce

DIY Guess Who Game from Almost Makes Perfect. SUCH a fun DIY gift idea!

This is a fun puzzle that you can print off yourself and cut it yourself. It would be great to see how the United States all fit together and you could cut out each state or cut it out in regions depending on what the class is learning about.

Free DIY United States Jigsaw Puzzle

Printable map of usa jigsaw puzzle. Print and glue to cardboard, then cut out with craft knife. Attach flags to toothpicks, cut off sharp ends, and poke holes in puzzle pieces so kids can answer questions and put the flags in the correct states. For grade

Make a magnetic puzzle. Earn pieces by working together following rules for a whole group reward.

Magnetic Puzzles - stick a little magnet onto the back of each puzzle piece, then put together the puzzle on a cookie sheet! Great way to keep from losing puzzle pieces, easy clean-up, and great for car trips!

The dollar bill explained... kids would think this is so cool!

The dollar bill explained. my kids would think this is so cool! This economic unit is important for students and you could also use this during a math unit when counting money.

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