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Math Coach's Corner: Bagels and Blogs, February 10

{FREEBIE} Make-Your-Own Personalized Bookmarks! The front has the student's name and the back includes reading strategies! :)

My 2nd graders made these adorable "selfies" for their parents to see at conferences. Needless to say, they were a hit!

Love it! Great way for little ones to begin learning about depth and perspective. Super cute arial snowmen

Valentine's Day Bulletin Board/Door for the Craft-Phobic Teacher - spread the love! This could easily be used at any time of year - you could have students write something they love about their class or school, an act of kindness from another student, etc.


Love this! I always put out mints for conferences, but what a great idea to add the card! Parent treat for open house or conferences

A Love for Teaching: Superheroes for the year! Fun lessons for the beginning of the year : )

My Summer Looks Bright! Includes template for sunglasses to write about their summer plans and background page to draw themselves on

Yarn organizer. Clean, empty "wipes" container or tennis ball canister works too. (Poke a hole in the lid and thread one end of yarn through hole.) Easy to store too!

Perfect for the start of a new school year too! Memories and Goal Setting Craftivity for K to 3rd Grade. Great opportunity to teach reflection and goal setting skills.

Teach Junkie: 26 Fun and Memorable End of the School Year Celebration Ideas - Teacher Gift Poem

Frog Jump and Measure Activity -Kids jump from a starting point and tape their frog to the place where they landed. Teacher can use this to teach measuring and counting, in addition to developing gross motor skills. PD-3K- 1.1:Move with some balance and control while walking, running, jumping, marching and hopping

My kiddos had a great time making these sunflowers this week. They loved the 3-D butterflies and bees! They did such a terrific job writing about these as well. #plants#spring#writing#teaching ideas#education

educationjourney: My Spring Door and a Line Plot

Second Grade Sparkle: Mother's Day gift, child hand prints on pot holders with a 'great mom' recipe.

Mother's Day card

DIY Truffula Trees using pool noodles, construction paper, and tissue Pom-Poms

Picasso's flower bouquet art lesson - a great spring project!

we made faces this year but I love the sign for the middle! beginning of the year classroom decor.

Weather Graph/Calendar Weather Graph Too bad I didn't see this before I made one this weekend!

This is a chart that I have seen in my mentor's classroom. This is an activity that the teachers can ask the students by placing a sun, cloud, rain, or snow on the correct day. The students can answer which weather has occurred the most.

Having Class: Tips for Interactive Notebooking

A FREE Time Poster

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