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Trick to remember which months have 31 days

Trick to remember which months have 31 days. This is such a simple way for young children (and old!) to remember which months have 30 and 31 days. So much easier than that rhyme! - HappyHooligans

Trick to remember which months have 31 days - Happy Hooligans

Free app lets you scan the ISBN bar codes on your classroom library books to build a database. Let's you easily keep track of books you have, ones that are checked out, and helps you stay organized!

First Grade Spies: Classroom Library Organization

Fabulous in First: First Grade Helper. Laminate these two pages back to back and you have one useful resource card for your students. It includes letters and pictures clues for the sounds, vowels, digraphs, blends, money, 120's chart (per common core), a writer's checklist, months, number words and color words, a mini word wall of sight words, fractions, time and shapes. Available for K, 1, 2.

Fabulous in First: Sunday Smorgasbord Linky!

This is a WONDERFUL freebie for first graders and I can’t wait to use it with my first grader! This First Grade Mini Office is a one-stop place for all those essentials that your child might need while working on his (or her) school work. It includes name printing, circle and rectangle fractions, money values, 8 shapes …

FREEBIE! First Grade Mini Office Printables - Meet Penny

This App "Noise Control" magically ask your students & kids to keep quiet on your behalf..... It's so magical that teachers found that students are more willing to corporate in classroom activities....

“Shhh” Noise Control | The Teaching Palette

Creative Ways to Line Up Your Class {Freebie}. Just a way to have fun and let the kids teach you something about themselves.

I Love 2 Teach: Creative Ways to Line Up Your Class {Freebie}


Anchor Chart Storage Solutions

Teaching With a Mountain View: Anchor Chart Storage Solutions

Visual Directions {Freebie} I really love the idea of using visual instructions for students. This way if they missed a step or didn't understand what I said they could have a visual of the process for the activity we're doing. This would be a great way to help students who are visual learners as well as ELL students. -Lindsey Rick 2-14-13

Mrs. Ricca's Kindergarten: Visual Directions {Freebie}

I have seen several different Boggle boards but I LOVE the use of the magnetic letters. That would make this so easy to manage!

Clutter-Free Classroom: Boggled

If You Give a Teacher a Blog...: Five for Friday: Spetember 6th

Teach123 - tips for teaching elementary school: Friday Fun Day