Outlaw "I'm Done!" – Teacher Trap

Outlaw "I'm Done" in Your Classroom!


Worksheets: Branches of the U.S. Government

Branches of the U.S. Government


SBAC Vocab Review by the Wise Guys – 32 vocabulary cards in kid-friendly language for SBAC review + a frayer model template for INBs and a worksheet.

SBAC Vocabulary Cards: Kid Friendly Language! - Wise Guys


Help your students learn the new testing terms found on the SBAC online assessments with this free PDF resource from Wowzers Math.

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EVERY TEACHER NEEDS TO PIN---The Middle School Mouth: interactive notebooks- Don't let the title fool you, many great ideas for all levels....

The Middle School Mouth: interactive notebooks


100 of the best, evidence-based resources for those who teach students with dyslexia.

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Instant fun and engagement for any lesson----Crockett's Classroom



The Science Penguin: States of Matter Anchor Chart

The Science Penguin: Time to Teach: Properties of Matter


Voting is the core of our democracy, yet the United States ranks toward the bottom of all democracies in the number of citizens who actually vote. Get 4 terrific voting videos to add to your government unit and motivate your students. They may even be able to motivate their parents to vote!

Dragon's Den Curriculum: Why Vote?


A new way to celebrate birthdays ----Crockett's Classroom Forever in Third Grade

Crockett's Classroom Forever in Third Grade


20 Terms Every Test Taker Should Know Poster


We do weavings every year to tie into our Native American studies. These were done on a simple cardboard loom. (image only)

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History detective report#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

What the Teacher Wants!: Search results for history detectives


Why is voting so important? Why bother? Use the three videos on this post to help your students understand not only how voting works, but why it is so very important!

Dragon's Den Curriculum: Vote!


This is a great strategy for increasing engagement in your students and for using higher order thinking skills, whether you teach Kindergarten or grade twelve

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How fast could you travel across the U.S. in the 1800s?


Landform dinosaur! A great way to review after teaching landforms.

Mrs. Castro's Class: Landform Dinosaur - Pinterest strikes again!


October's LOVED that LESSON! Organizing our math work...using "mentor math" (not mentor texts!) to showcase the math practices. Stop by and see what we did!

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Super Simple Dream Catcher From a Paper Plate

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community officials. I think I would want to add our school too it too with the Headmaster/Principal as the leader

Crayon Bits - a first grade blog


Task Card Corner: Using Board Games to Engage Students with Task Cards!

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What a great way to do a timeline with rope and clothes pin. Interactive and visual!

Timeline: Middle and South America History


Cute rhyme to teach the difference

Roots & Wings -There, Their, They're


Third Grade Thinkers

Third Grade Thinkers


Great for teaching the 7 continents! Earth Unit change back to Gods got the whole world in HIs hands!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Glad it's not in ours!

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