Butterfly method for adding and subtracting fractions. Why didn't someone teach me this way?

Waldorf ~ grade ~ Math ~ Fractions ~ Butterfly Method ~ add or subtract fractions the butterfly way. Adding the visuals really helps the ideas stick, learn your fractions now and higher math will be much easier!

Dr. Seuss - green eggs & ham - use a green M&M; instead of yellow, white chocolate, and pretzels.

white chocolate+m&m;+pretzel sticks=bacon and egg treats----wonder if I can tint the chocolate green and replace the pretzels with some candy that could be "ham" to make "green eggs and ham" for Dr Seuss Day.

Objective board: I need to do this.

common core marzano This is the common board configuration (CBC) that will list daily objectives and essential questions. Along the bottom is vocabulary for the units we are studying.

What Time is it? Time Matching Game using leftover plastic eggs (use labels with clocks instead of drawing--would save...time!)

What Time is it? Time Matching Game using leftover plastic eggs - Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas

Higher Order questioning for students to ask each other

As pinned: Accountable Talk Anchor Chart - Higher Order questioning for students to ask each other

Don't Break the Ice game with sight words

Busy Bee Speech: Don't Break the Ice ~ Articulation. I will use it, instead, for sight word work. It could be used for so many skills.

Plastic Dollar store bags cut and wrapped around canvas. Genius!  Love the read sign too.

Under the Stairs Closet turned Kids Book Nook using Canvas covered with Dr. Seuss Bags {What an inviting little reading nook!

strawberry sangria

Springtime Refresher: Strawberry Sangria

Strawberry and Peach Sangria Recipe Ingredients: 1 bottle dry white wine 1 cups Essensia (a sweet dessert wine) 1 cups sliced strawberries 1 cup peach liqueur 3 peaches 1 large orange 1 large lemon cup strawberry syrup (optional) 3 to 4 cups ice cubes

If students blurt out they take a happy face off the chart (they are velcroed on).  They have 3 chances throughout the day.

It's called a "Blurt Chart". If students blurt out they take a happy face off the chart (they are velcroed on). They have 3 chances throughout the day. You can take minutes away from recess, etc. for each happy face taken off the chart.

Add rainbow colors each time a child is caught being good. At the end of the week if the child earns all the colors, they get a prize. Great for PBIS positive reinforcement.

Building rainbows for good behavior! If a child is caught going the extra mile for good behavior, he/she can earn a piece for their rainbow. At the end of the week, if the rainbow is complete, the child will get to choose a prize from the treasure box.

Here's a very thorough post detailing how to make this multiplication pocket folder. Downloads included.

multiplication file folder - have each student make one and store flashcards in pockets. When they know that number they can turn them face down or sticker the pocket.

iPad Spelling - write spelling words on top and "text" them at the bottom.

iPad Spelling - write spelling words on top and "text" them at the bottom. For word work station during daily 5

Really cute idea for the wall

pallet wall room design decorating before and after interior design 2012 interior

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