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Using QR codes in the Classroom - 10 Ways to Make Fun Use of this cool technology.

Ways to Use QR Codes for Education |

15 Strategies to Help Students with ADHD

StudentSavvy: 15 Strategies to Help Students with ADHD

Every-Day Edits - Daily paragraph with ten built-in errors of basic spelling, grammar, punctuation, or capitalization. This is an awesome site! First you see a page with ideas on using the "Every Day Edit" section of the site. Then click on the link and get paragraphs for kids to edit by the month. LOTS to choose from, and it includes the grading key. Awesome resource and all free!

Ideas for Using Every-Day Edits in Your Classroom

Use speech bubbles on famous paintings to get students thinking/writing!

Tip of the Week - Thought Bubbles on Photos

Social Studies Interactive Notebook freebies

Tips for teaching shy students

I would add to the saying "when two vowels go walking the first one does the talking and USUALLY says its name." this will give the students the decoding strategy that if the vowel name doesn't work try the short vowel sound... one or the other should handle most words. Also I would put these up on the blackboard while using them but not on the wall.

Teaching's a Hoot!: Word Family & Anchor Chart Fun

Find the States Showdown is a game for reviewing state names, locations, state capitals, and abbreviations. Includes game directions, maps, playing materials, and an answer key. $ #LauraCandler

Find the States Showdown Review Game

7 Science Experiment for Kids *using household items. love the egg one, too cool.

7 Science Experiments to “Spark” Your Child’s Curiosity

Check out this fun, effective way to introduce fractions. All you need is some paper and scissors!

Fact or Opinion? You are going to love these ideas for teaching fact and opinion!

Ten Ideas for Teaching Fact and Opinion | Minds in Bloom

Teaching Children Not to Be Rude! Great guest blog post on Corkboard Connections by nationally-recognized children's author Julia Cook

Corkboard Connections: Teaching Children Not to Be Rude!

Conferences are this week so here's a few things I do to keep sane. Includes a free sign-in sheet where you collect phone numbers and emails (so you always have a current list!) #SimplyKinder

Conference Freebie & Simple Tips

37 Ways to Help Students with Dyslexia Flourish in the Mainstream Classroom: This post is a goldmine of ideas and strategies. Must Read!

Teacher of Scholars: Anchor Chart Preview and Math Strategies

Teacher of Scholars: Anchor Chart Preview and Math Strategies

Teaching Kids to Write Super Sentences - Strategies and free seasonal printables to encourage students to add detail to their sentences.

Teaching Kids to Write Super Sentences

Is Your Classroom ELL-Friendly? Terrific strategies to ensure that your classroom supports English Language Learners

Is Your Classroom ELL-Friendly?

Comparing Fractions anchor chart - This is confusing, so it would be great to have students draw illustrations and discuss why these rules work.

Nice freebie to send home with students to help parents with what kinds of questions to ask during or after reading.

Teaching In The Fast Lane: Take Home Binders and a Freebie!

Structuring a 30 minute science block-- tips and suggestions

Structuring a 30 Minute Science Block

35 handwriting activities for kids who hate handwriting but need the practice--without worksheets.

Handwriting Activities for Kids | No Worksheets

Tech Tips for Basic Facts - Let's face it. We ALL have students who need to work on basic math facts. Joy of Teaching -

A Collection of over 20 FREE reading, writing, language, and spelling resources for grades 2-8!!

Out of This World Literacy : Freebies

Bring your read alouds to life! Do something fun to get students involved in the book.

Secondgradealicious: End of the School Year Part 2!

Eight Reasons to use Exit Tickets in your Classroom (freebies included!)