2nd Grade Blogs
Spectacular 2nd Grade: Organizing Supplies and Classroom Photo Dump
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This has many good set up ideas! Spectacular 2nd Grade: Organizing Supplies and Classroom Photo Dump
Labeling classroom supplies AND counting at the end of activities and days would make losing supplies much less common. Hopefully this would make our personal spending a lot less at the end of the school-year.
Extremely detailed way of organizing classroom supplies!
Using numbers to organize classroom supplies
Organizing Supplies and Classroom Photo Dump
Spectacular 2nd Grade: Classroom Setup
Spectacular 2nd Grade: Organizing Supplies and Classroom Photo Dump
The Second Grade Superkids: Differentiation Across the Subject Areas
Differentiated Learning, Subject Area, Teaching Ideas, Classroom Differentiation, Classroom Management, Content Area, Differentiated Instruction, Differentiation Ideas
This chart provides the teacher with suggestions on how to differentiate across the subject areas when it comes to content area reading.
Despite the tremendous variation that exists within the concept of differentiating instruction, this handy worksheet has concise and effective strategies for multiple content areas. While they may seem over-simplified, the core ideas that are presented get to the root of quality differentiation.
The Second Grade Superkids| Differentiation Across the Subject Areas|This is an easy reference sheet for teachers who may need a memory jog about their choices when they are planning differentiated lessons for their ELL students.
Differentiation Across the Subject Areas: A great list of easy references to differentiate for different subjects. This could be used for content, learning styles, readiness or interest. pg. 2-3
Differentiation Across the Subject Areas. This chart gives great ideas for teachers to use in different subject areas. Sometimes it can be hard to come up with new ideas but this chart will help.
This chart provides the teacher with suggestions on how to differentiate across the subject areas.
Blog with good chart on differentiating instruction across different subjects. - SG
Differentiation Across the Subject Areas.
Denice Ponder's Blog
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A 2nd grade teacher that teaches in the same school that her and her family went to and is addicted to all the blogs.
2nd grade - links to reading # Pinterest++ for iPad #
2nd Grade Ponderings: Beginning of the Year
2nd Grade Ponderings: TEKS vs. Common Core
Swimming Into Second: 2nd Grade blogs
2nd Grade Ponderings: Time Practice
2nd grade - links to reading
2ND GRADE TEACHERS BLOG
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Another good 2nd Grade blog
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Me Bag ideas. Great first day of school introduction/getting to know you activity!
Elementary school teacher blog with lots of ideas, printables,...
Mrs. Heerens Happenings - Good Blog for 2nd Grade Teachers
Great Teaching Blog. Free Printables and Ideas!
Mrs. Heerens Happenings -- sweet teacher blog!
Mrs. Heeren's Happenings: free printables
Awesome 2nd grade blog!
Tons of free printables
2nd grade writing prompts. Monthly calendars with daily prompts!!
Monthly Calendars, Teaching Ideas, 2Nd Grade Writing, Teacher Organization, Organizational Ideas, Writing Ideas, Organization Ideas, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Organization
2nd grade writing prompts. Monthly calendars with daily prompts!! GREAT FOR POSSIBLE HOMEWORK OR WRITING CENTER!
2nd grade writing prompts. Monthly calendars with daily prompts!! http://www.familywebsitesfactory.com/
2nd grade writing prompts. Monthly calendars with daily prompts!! Could adapt or use with 3rd grade, too.
2nd grade writing prompts. Monthly calendars with daily prompts!! http://media-cache7.pinterest.com/upload/215469163391542410_nWto8kyg_f.jpg
3rd grade-- useful classroom ideas and resources
Teacher organization-a LOT of good ideas!
Great classroom organization ideas!
So Many Great Organizational Ideas!
Good writing ideas
Come visit Mrs. Stanford's Class Blog! I am a 20- something wife of a fireman, first grade teacher, philanthropist of many causes, animal lover, and believer! (oh and did I mention a bit of a perfectionist?) I have been teaching for 5 years in Kindergarten where my heart belongs (yep you read that right... And now I'm in 1st... We will see how this goes hehe)! I am obsessed with DIYing, adorable fonts, fun backgrounds, and the newest technology! If you like what you see, why not follow me?
Second Grade Blog
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K/1 Teacher Blog- I am a 20- something wife of a fireman, first grade teacher, philanthropist of many causes, animal lover, and believer! (oh and did I mention a bit of a perfectionist?) I have been teaching for 5 years in Kindergarten where my heart belongs (yep you read that right... And now I'm in 1st... We will see how this goes hehe)! I am obsessed with DIYing, adorable fonts, fun buttons/backgrounds, and the newest technology! Don't forget to comment and follow! Blessings to all of you :)
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I Was a Guest Blogger Today at Mrs. Stanford's Class Blog!
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Cute classroom ideas for lower grades
Blog for classroom ideas
First grade blog
Buzzing About Second Grade: Animal Camouflage Reports and Safari Guide for Sra imagine it
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Buzzing About Second Grade: Animal Camouflage Reports and Safari Guide for Sra imagine it school-ideas
Imagine It! Camouflage Unit - Buzzing About Second Grade: Animal Camouflage Reports and Safari Guide for Sra imagine it
Per treballar els camuflatges dels animals. Buzzing About Second Grade: Animal Camouflage Reports and Safari Guide
Buzzing About Second Grade: Animal Camouflage Reports and Safari Guide Absolutely love these!
Buzzing About Second Grade's Animal Camouflage project for second graders. Love it!
Buzzing About Second Grade: Animal Camouflage Reports and Safari Guide
Another great blog for second grade.
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2nd Grade teacher shares lessons and ideas - intended for classroom use but could adapt many of the ideas for homeschool use
Awesome blog that I found that has some great classroom ideas
There are a lot of good ideas and resources on here!
2nd grade teacher blog
Very cute ideas here!
Lots of fun ideas.
2nd grade ideas
2nd grade blog
Common Core Math Ideas
2nd Grade Pig Pen
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2nd Grade Pig Pen - great teaching blog!
For Second Grade teaching ideas only!
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Second Grade Squad! Are you a 2nd grade teacher? Make sure to visit this website often to see all 2nd grade blogs in one place! Yay!
Second Grade Squad is a blog roll FILLED with all your favorite 2nd grade ideas in one place! Just updated!
Second Grade Squad - just updated the blogroll for the most up-to-date blogs only! Have fun blog hopping 2nd grade teachers!
http://www.secondgradesquad.com/ and links to other 2nd grade blogs
about a bazillion resources for 2nd grade teachers. A-mazing!
Second Grade Squad -a huge list if 2nd grade blogs and sites
Second Grade Squad - 2nd grade teacher web sites
Second Grade Squad ~ List of 2nd Grade Blogs
A second grade blog
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The Teachers' Cauldron: Great place for a free printable of first/last day of school activities. Super cute!
The Teachers' Cauldron: reading mini lesson with word work, author's purpose, fractions, and OY!
The Teachers' Cauldron - Lot's of great ideas for the crafty teacher.
The Teachers' Cauldron-good ideas-can be tweaked for different grades
The Teachers' Cauldron: A Little Help From My Friends!
The Teachers' Cauldron: Stellaluna SWBSF Freebie!
Great ideas for foldables: The Teachers' Cauldron
The Teachers' Cauldron-back to school form
Another amazing art blog...other grades are listed too!
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Mrs. Knight's Smartest Artists :BLOG A peek into the busy art room of Hope Knight, art teacher and the K-5 artists at Dolvin Elementary School, ...
Mrs. Knight's Smartest Artists "Students will make their own creative choices in art class as they are guided with an instructional focus on elements, history and technique. There are many options for them to use their personal voice through design choices, subject matter selection, and use of media as we all work on a common goal."
Mrs. Knight's Smartest Artists : A peek into the busy art room of Hope Knight, art teacher and the K-5 artists
Mrs. Knight's Smartest Artists. The best elementary school art blog I have ever seen. Lesson plans for k through 5th grade.
Mrs. Knight's Smartest Artists- art teacher blog with cute art lessons
Mrs. Knight's Smartest Artists; great art projects
Grant Wood My Teaching Philosophy I began my career as an art teacher over 20 years ago. Here are some things that I believe in. Everyone can create. Art is work, not magic. But it can be magical. Art is seeing, feeling, pondering, understanding the ideas of another. It's that thing that connects us to other people throughout time and across the globe, and also to the classmates you share a table with this afternoon. Don't feel bad when a piece of art doesn't mean something to you, but really take it in when it does. Everyone needs art - some just don't really know what it is yet, and that's why we must have it in schools. Art can be fast, slow, funny, sad. It can be weird. It can be pretty. It can be smart. Vincent Van Gogh Creativity is most effective within a format or boundary, so we approach our art projects as problem solving experiences. Creation is the highest level of learning - art is the thread that links all the academic subjects to our own personal lives. Art enhances other subjects and at the same time stands alone as a unique and irreplaceable learning experience. In my class, academic subjects are constantly being reinforced, because Art is (and has always been) in everything - in writing, science, math, technology, history, life! Students will make their own creative choices in art class as they are guided with an instructional focus on elements, history and technique. There are many options for them to use their personal voice through design choices, subject matter selection, and use of media as we all work on a common goal. Pablo Picasso Picasso said it best - "Art washes from the soul the dust of everyday life." Andy Warhol Charley Harper Claude Monet Henri Matisse Henri Matisse Henri Rousseau Katsushika Hokusai Alexander Calder Paul Klee
Dolvin families and MKSA readers - I am proud to announce that this blog (featuring the amazing work of Dolvin student artists) has been nominated among many outstanding Art Ed blogs for 2013 Art Ed Blog of the Year! It is quite an honor to be listed among such a talented group of art professionals - please take a moment to click the link below and vote for us, Mrs. Knight's Smartest Artists! You can vote for more than one, so choose any of your faves - shout out to another Fulton county art teacher nominee Laura Kim at "Art in the Big Green Room." Please vote by midnight on Friday, Feb. 7. Thank you, and keep reading below the link to find out why I think this blogging thing is so cool: http://www.theartofed.com/2014/02/03/finalists-announced-and-voting-open-2013-art-ed-blog-of-the-year/ Here are the top three reasons I continue to blog as an art teacher... 1. Keeping families in the art loop - I began my blog as a way to show off our art learning, because moms and dads have to wait all year to see their children's art from the year, as everything is compiled in portfolios until our Fine Arts Night show in May. Showing pictures of the processes, the inspiration, and the concepts behind the pieces really adds more meaning to the final works. In addition to blogging, we are building connections on Twitter and Instagram - see the links on the right sidebar. 2. Making authentic global connections - Not only did I connect with parents and students, I made art education connections across the country and even around the world! I have shared plans and stolen ideas from a huge variety of talented art educators, both seasoned pros with seamless style and fresh-faced, energetic newbies. Authentic learning and making connections to real world experiences is a big part of education these days, and we have had email communications with several current artists about their work and how we made pieces inspired by them. We have participated in art trades with other schools in multiple states and countries, and it is so exciting to feel like a part of something global when I spend so many of my days in my art room in Johns Creek, Ga! (I almost added it up, then I decided it was probably best not to - ha!) 3. Collaboration benefits all students - Bottom line, everybody benefits from shared knowledge - the teachers and the students. Sharing ideas in a huge pool of resources, like the art blogs listed in the link above, is an unparalleled benefit in this age. We all work hard planning, creating, rethinking, assessing, and I am so grateful to those of you who continue to share your knowledge for the benefit of all our students and I love it when I hear that our experiences have helped others.
News from the Art Room It’s the end of the first nine weeks and students are excited to begin sharing the artworks they have created in art class. Although the actual works of art are being collected in student portfolios until the end of the year, there are several ways parents can enjoy and share the artworks all year! The first way is through Artsonia, our online gallery and digital portfolio. Artsonia allows families to share artworks online, leave comments for the artist, become fan club members, and even purchase products printed with the artwork all year long. It is a fantastic resource and the students are learning to use our class iPads to photograph and edit their art, as well as create artists statements, all online. We are beginning uploads this week as students select their favorite piece from the first nine weeks, and all should be available online in the next few weeks. Another great way to stay up to date with our art learning is through the art class Instagram and Twitter pages. Instagram is my current favorite social media - so quick and easy and really shows a lot of the great things we do daily. I post pics here almost daily, as I enjoy reflecting on the day in the evening while posting. Mrs. Knight’s students also get updates through Class Dojo using the Class Story feature – an Instagram-like feed of pics and updates. All student portfolios will go home with the students by the year’s end after all art shows and special displays are complete for the year – we love showing off our accomplishments! Here are all the links you need, and thank you for your support of our art program at Dolvin: Artsonia - http://www.artsonia.com/schools/school.asp?id=147943 Blog – www.dolvinartknight.blogspot.com Instagram - @smartestartists Twitter - @MKSAfaf Class Dojo – parent codes for signing on were sent home with students. Here is what Class Story looks like:
Nice 2nd grade art blog...also other grade levels
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Kids Artists: Flowers behind fence
Kids Artists: printing
Kids Artists: grade 1
Kids Artists: tempera
art teacher blog
Kids Artists: grade 2
2nd grade blog