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MathUSee Algebra

All Things Algebra: Gone Fishin' with Polynomials!

Here's an anchor chart with strategies for thinking about and solving simple division problems.

It's alive! One of the coolest science experiments ever!- cornstarch and water mixture moves to sound so kids can visually experience sound waves.

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Could totally use this as "leprechaun slime" in March! Magical monster slime - easy "gift" to students instead of more candy.

A girl at work brought these to a baby shower... holy moly! So good, and I couldn't figure out what they were made of!! So easy, a box of Ritz, a bag of toffee bits, and eagle brand condensed milk... then bake, top w/ icing, or chocolate! Delish!!!

Brain Break chicken dance song

A carefully selected collection of freebies for all grade levels

Movie clips for your lesson plans...ability to search by genre (age ranges), mood, theme

Great way to test out any tattoo ideas before actually going to the shop. How to Create Your Own Temporary Tattoo: 7 steps (with pictures)

If you are a sci­ence teacher who wants to find cool things to show the stu­dents, these are some great ideas. If you crave more inspi­ra­tion, there’s a web­site called Sci­ence Toys that’s a great resource for demon­strat­ing sci­en­tific prin­ci­ples using every­day house­hold products.

Great site for Kid friendly Christmas crafts

Ideas for emergency sub plans and FREE printables

Deployment Prayer

ohhh i need this shirt! love IT!

Love this idea!

Read To Me is a website with over 100 digital books that are read by the author. It's completely FREE!

Lots of great ideas to use during the 1st week of school

Back to School Tip #1: Before the rush of the new school year begins, develop and write down your goals. Prioritize and map them into your plan book to pave the way for success.

Back to School Tip #2: Create a parent handbook with information such as the daily schedule, course syllabus, homework policies, and classroom rules. You might also include a letter introducing yourself and the best ways to communicate with you.

Tell the class to keep the noise level down so the balls won't bounce... this is cool

teacher desk organization