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First Day Activity using Post-It Notes. What are your goals for this year? How will you reach these goals? What can (the teacher) do to help you this year? This could be adapted for high school students.

Confessions of a Teaching Junkie: The BEST First Day Ever!

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So many ideas on this post for fun ways to access what your students have learned. There is something for everyone and plenty of rigor as well as creative thinking!

McElhinny's Center Stage: The Beginning of Book Clubs in B13

McElhinny's Center Stage: The Beginning of Book Clubs in B13

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Making Math Fun - Unifix Cubes

Making Math Fun - Unifix Cubes

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At the Finish Line

Grandparent's DayQuick WritesGrandparent's Day is September 7th!Click HERE to see an awesome Grandparent's Day craft from my friend at Creation Castle!We use these as weekly quick writes for morning work. After we spend some time working on answering in complete sentences, students are able to write one or two sentences to quickly respond to the prompts.

Grandparent's Day

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next year mother's day project-give them a chalkboard to write their reason on and hold it up.

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Mrs. Olson's Lucky Little Learners: Verbs

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#Teachers, I know you spend money out of your pocket to help your kids learn. Just reality! State and federal funding is not adequate. All those decorations and supplies cost real money. Work this low start-up cost program to earn extra income from home. Connect with me: facebook.com/learntoearntoday2

Classroom door ideas for Valentines day and St. Patricks day!

Valentine's Day Writing Prompts - 10 fun writing prompts for the month of February. Use at a writing center, for early finishers, or as morning work. Hang up for a seasonal bulletin board, and then send home to parents as part of a Valentine's Day card.

St Patrick's Day Door Decoration

You are the Icing on my Cupcake- Valentine's Day Bulletin Board

But What Will I Wear: Valentine's Day Bulletin Board Awards

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Toddler Valentine's Day Bulletin Board

BIG Wishes, Little Hearts - Valentine's Day Bulletin Board

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Candy Themed Bulletin Board Ideas | How do you decorate your bulletin board {or door} for the first day of ...

the teacher wife: My Class is SWEET! {B2S Bulletin Board Idea}

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Take the photo and then ask youngsters to use it as a writing prompt for explanatory/informative writing.

Teacher to the Core: I am done teaching yet !!!???!!!

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Spaghetti and Meatballs for All --great for teaching area and perimeter.

Vowel Digraph Chart-going in reading notebooks this year

Vowel Digraph Chart

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A game for 2 or 3 players. Each player chooses a colour pencil or texta they will use in the game. Players take turns rolling the dice, using the numbers that they rolled to draw the perimeter of a...

Area Dice Game | Relief Teaching Ideas

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How to create a mini water cycle in a rotisserie chicken container - fun way for cooperative learning teams to observe the water cycle in action

Old MacDonald Short Vowel Emergent Reader so cute! Love it... If I ever teach kindergarten or I'll teach it to MY babies!

Old MacDonald Short Vowel Emergent Reader

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Eye color graph...great idea! Plus, it already has my name! :)

Mrs. Lee's Kindergarten

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3-D shapes anchor chart for first grade. I completely borrowed this idea (as most) from another brilliant pinner and changed it slightly. Thank you, wonderful people, who share your success and help make it others'!

A good way to help students think of adjectives...AND a good excuse to have crock pot hot chocolate.

Kindergarten Smiles: Brrr!

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Using primary documents, photographs, letters, and other forms of media can be a great way to engage students in history. 30 Ways to Teach History WITHOUT a Textbook.

Le Chaim (on the right)

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