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Give One – Get One is a great cooperative learning strategy and formative assessment option all in one.

Give One – Get One is a great cooperative learning strategy and formative assessment option all in one. It goes something like this: Ideas For Using This Strategy Math: List prime or composi…

Using Videos to Teach Early American History

Using Videos to Teach Early American History

FREE Making Inferences Poster

FREE Making Inferences Poster (Printable File Folder Games, Other Fun Classroom Activities)

Whole group instruction for math doesn’t have to be boring. Read more about whole group math instruction and whole group activities that will engage and motivate your students.

Whole Group Instruction and Activities for Math

Whole group instruction for math doesn’t have to be boring. Read more about whole group math instruction and whole group activities that will engage and motivate your students.

Classroom DIY is a perfect place to get some new ideas for fun do-it-yourself project ideas for your students, your classroom, or yourself!

The Projects!

Classroom DIY is a perfect place to get some new ideas for fun do-it-yourself project ideas for your students, your classroom, or yourself!

Is it possible to prepare your students for standardized reading tests without kill and drill test prep? I believe you can honor your readers workshop and the foundation you have laid all year long with this reading test prep framework. 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade teachers, help your students connect what they've learned all year to the strategies and skills they will need to use for their reading test! Learn how I launch my reading test prep unit!

Is it possible to prepare your students for standardized reading tests without kill and drill test prep? I believe you can honor your readers workshop and the foundation you have laid all year long with this reading test prep framework.

Are you a new teacher? Looking for tips and ideas to help you get the year off to a great start? Then you're going to love this post with helpful hints and ideas for your classroom. The ideas and advice here are a welcome blessing from a veteran teacher who has taught at every elementary grade level K-6, and served an an elementary principal. You'll learn some essentials plus get encouragement to make your first year (well, let's face it - the first few) the best they can be!

Helpful Hints & Tips for New Teachers - HoJo's Teaching

Are you a new teacher? Looking for tips and ideas to help you get the year off to a great start? Then you're going to love this post with helpful hints and ideas for your classroom. The ideas and advice here are a welcome blessing from a veteran teacher who has taught at every elementary grade level K-6, and served an an elementary principal. You'll learn some essentials plus get encouragement to make your first year (well, let's face it - the first few) the best they can be!

As educators, we often have one lesson that really sticks with us and helps define us as a teacher. Sometimes it's something that happens when we are a child in school, other times it's a lesson learned in college, yet for others it's something learned during that first year of teaching. Here one blogger shares her experience that helped share her as a teacher.

The Most Important Educator Lesson

As educators, we often have one lesson that really sticks with us and helps define us as a teacher. Sometimes it's something that happens when we are a child in school, other times it's a lesson learned in college, yet for others it's something learned during that first year of teaching. Here one blogger shares her experience that helped share her as a teacher.

Close Reading Stories from the Old West - Let your 4th, 5th, and 6th grade classroom or homeschool students enjoy these five Close Reading passages from the Old West. Students will work on necessary reading skills and strategies by reading the passages three time each. Great for literacy centers, test prep, and more! Click to grab it now! {fourth, fifth, sixth grader} $ {Try one FREE in the preview file!!}

Close Reading Stories | Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions

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