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Staff shoutouts! Great way to boost morale!

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My Upcoming Book On Student Motivation

My Next Book On Student Motivation Will Be Published In A Month: Here's An Update & Table Of Contents

Love this classroom! Organization to die for! Neat, uncluttered, welcoming, calm, fresh. If money no object ;) . Classroom Tour 2014-2015

Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Classroom Tour 2014-2015

How To: Surreal DIY Cloud Wedding Backdrop #diy

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Wind Lesson- Students put items in front of a fan to see if the air moved them, or if they fell to the ground.

Weather Theme @ Little Giraffes Teaching Ideas

Awesome science activity for kids! Learn about density with this easy Skittles science experiment.

Kids' Science: Skittles Rainbow - Playdough To Plato

Student Self-Assessment Tools! Posters, Rubric, Cards for student use, and notebook page - Light Bulbs and Laughter Blog. TpT $

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LISTEN and SILENT are spelled with the same letters.... Think about it......This could be important. : )

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Helpful for teaching slope!

Math Hombre: Mr Slope Guy

I love this ☺️☺️

ExtraMadness - Inspirational Picture Quotes

The Book Bug: Read Across America Week/Month

The Book Bug: Read Across America Week/Month

Literature black paper on your classroom wall....have students write with silver Sharpie quotes that they love as you/they read throughout the year.

Kestutis: Literature Graffiti

DIY How To Make A Cloud | Great Idea for Party Decor or Photo Backdrop

How To Make A Cloud

Use this Aging App for 100th Day of school and then do a writing activity, "If I were 100 years old..." What a fun idea!

EduKate and Inspire: Classroom Catch Up: Round 1

End of the year poem - Love!

I Love 1st Grade: Memory Book

This is a "Shout Out Wall" where students can shout out their success in school, home, work or activities

Good night, Posterous

Persuasive sentence starters

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Common Core Reading Response Pages

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Free editable meet the teacher letter

At Whit's End: Jumping In!

Mrs. Knight's Smartest Artists - mono prints using the leftover ends from the laminator.

Mrs. Knight's Smartest Artists: Valentine Monoprints, 2nd grade

Teaching 3-digit multiplication using colors.

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teaching students to choose the right medium - it is one of the reflective questions

The Bees Knees Cousin: Teaching kids to choose the right medium

Mystery Artist--> students think back and enter their name and artist guess in box, monthly drawing!

The Bees Knees Cousin: Mystery Artist

Poster outside my room hanging with student art. It is my philosophy of teaching art along with a list of skills I require my students to work on in a choice-based studio.

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Artist Study for Elementary Art Ed

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