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Super Synonyms & Antonyms QR Code Task Cards $

QR Code Task Cards: Super Synonyms and Antonyms

Super Synonyms & Antonyms QR Code Task Cards $

Cool Cat Teacher Blog: QR Code Classroom Implementation Guide

QR code Classroom Implementation Guide - This guide shares how to use QR codes, what they do, and how hardlinking can save a teacher time in the classroom. Lots of examples and how to's.

My FAVORITE new way to use QR codes.  When students earn a reward, they can draw from a basket that has QR code cards.  They scan the card to see what they won!  Woohoo!  I will be creating these this weekend!

Qr Code Behavior Coupons - Owl-Themed

Classroom Freebies: Qr Code Behavior Coupons - Owl-Themed, look for wacka word/rhyme games she has made

Make a QR code to post outside room for Back to School Night/Open House night. Parents can scan and get all sorts of info.

Make a QR code to post outside room for open house night. Parents can scan and get your teacher contact info! Melia Deegear - I already tried this and it was so easy! We could make them for Meet the Teacher Night and get some technology credit too ;

Katie Lately: Pinterest Inspiration

(Tommy Smythe) A soldier shows off the hole in a comrade's helmet at Paddock Wood station, Kent, 1 June In our Classroom Find Ar.

Learning and Teaching with iPads: Writing and publishing with Creative Book Builder

Creative Book Builder (CBB) was one of the first Apps I worked with in schools to demonstrate how students and teachers could create and pub.

Google classroom- good ideas about leveled texts, audio feedback, and comprehension questions

Google Classroom.... The beginning of a love affair...sigh

Don't be a Grinch! Use your students' love of the holidays to teach 20+ Common Core Standards and a dozen reading skills! Character Analysis, Cause and Effect, Sequencing, Context Clues ~ ALL covered using this fun visual scaffolding tool. This story map is part of a "system" for teaching reading that helps kids learn and teachers teach! visit TPT  and look for "Close Reading; Fun for Kids ~ Easy for Teachers!" $

Story Elements Close Reading Superheroes. grades 1 - 5

Don't be a Grinch! Use your students' love of the holidays to teach Common Core Standards and a dozen reading skills!

Writers notebook entries - I am a ... (even cute for the beginning of the year)

Writers notebook entries - I am a . Good first of the year activity. Maybe do again at the end of the year and look at the differences

asking questions

You Wish Your Bar Mitzvah Was This Fabulous

Asking Questions Chart! I love this brightly colored anchor chart. Great idea to have a board already made. You could put it in the library center with sticky notes and have students do the activity on their own after you have done it as a class.

15 things every teacher should be able to do with their iPad

15 things every teacher should be able to do with their iPad

15 Things Every Teacher should Be Able to Do with Their iPad ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning Oh dear. I have a lot to learn.

Why Read 20 Minutes A day? This should go home to every parent at the beginning of the year, but I'd highlight the test score part more!

The High-Tech Teacher: Stuff Students Say and Other Classroom Treasures: Why Read 20 Minutes?

Free Vocabulary Notebooking Pages

Free Vocabulary Notebooking Pages

Start your own vocabulary notebook with these free vocabulary notebooking pages by The Notebooking Fairy. CReated for use with students in grades are really graphic organizers to use with the study of new vocabulary words or roots.

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QR code with student work to allow people to hear students talk about work in own words

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