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8 ways teachers can talk less and get kids talking more

8 ways teachers can talk less and get kids talking more . the person doing the talking is the person doing the learning .

Oh, the Places You'll Go

Oh, the Places You'll Go

Dr Seuss week ideas This suitcase craft and writing activity inspired by the Dr. Seuss book Oh, the Places You'll Go! was a big hit with my kids! Here's how to make your own.

popcorn writing activity: students choose one yellow piece (character) and one…

Fun for a writing center activity- Popcorn writing activity: students choose one yellow piece (character) and one white piece (setting) and write a short story. could be used with sight words or short words for children to write

Data wall- Have students put a sticker on the data chart for the percentage they…

Classroom data wall "The kids add a sticker every time they get a on their spelling tests. The other charts consist of Excel graphs made up of various pieces of classroom data. This wall became a great motivational tool for my fifth graders!

Por o Para Student Presentation and Student Activities. This will really help your students learn when to use each!

Por y Para Presentation and Student Activities

Fourth Grade Literacy Lovers: Goal Setting in the Classroom

Fourth Grade Literacy Lovers: Goal Setting in the Classroom-Mrs. D goals instead of smart goals.

Give your students an organized, at-a-glance reference section for recording Spanish verbs. Perfect for los verbos ar, er, and ir.

Spanish Interactive Notebook Verbs Flapbook (Regular Present Tense)

Give your students an organized, at-a-glance reference section for recording Spanish verbs. Perfect for los verbos ar, er, and ir.

Le pluriel des noms mandala. Le pluriel des noms simples peut se synthétiser sous forme de mandala. On le complétera après avoir observé différents cas,...

French Plurals - making nouns plural along with the exceptions to the rule

Kids of all ages love this game, from 3rd grade up through high school. See how fast the whole class can get through the sticks. Learn how here: http://www.spanish-for-you.net/spanish-for-you-blog/popsicle-stick-spanishvocabulary-game

The Popsicle Stick Spanish Vocabulary Game is fun and one students ask for often. The sticks have Spanish words written on one side & English on the other.

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There are just so many good infographics and interactives out there that I’ve begun a new semi-regular feature called “Infographics & Interactives Galore.

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