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Classroom Ideas

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Great idea for word work in the classroom or at home. Children use the numbered letter tiles on the left to add up their spelling word "points".

Spelling / Word Work - 13 Worksheets

FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON - “Fun Writes for Spelling and Word Work” - Students practice spelling word or sight words is]n a fun way! Go to The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs for this and hundreds of free lessons. thebestofteachere...

The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs: FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON - “Fun Writes for Spelling and Word Work”

FOLDABLE GEOMETRY FUN– Lots of idea on this blog!

Hooty's Homeroom: Foldable Fun–Geometry

3d flap book freebie

Rowdy in Room 300: 3d shapes

FREEBIE 2D plane shapes book. Students can complete while you make a class chart to keep them engaged.


love this for Mother's Day - grandparents day, just because day, thank you cards, holy cow the possibilities!

Free printable teacher gift tag- "It Takes a Big heart to Help Shape Little Minds." Perfect with candy for Valentine's Day or save this for Teacher Appreciation Week! Simple and cute gift!

Free Printable Teacher Appreciation Gift Tag

This App "Noise Control" magically ask your students & kids to keep quiet on your behalf..... It's so magical that teachers found that students are more willing to corporate in classroom activities.... theteachingpalett...

“Shhh” Noise Control | The Teaching Palette

The Bossy a's... "ai" and "ay". Love this idea. I can incorporate this with "apartment r" sounds/vowels... ir, er, ur, ar, and or.

Love this phoneme chart-Can be a great anchor chart in the classroom

The "Great and Powerful" Blog

READING: Phonics Anchor Charts.

Phonemic Anchor Charts: Orton-Gillingham Inspired Spelling Rules

Crash potatoes...I am determined to try these!

Crash Hot Potatoes

Spelling: Using ch or tch from Essential Reading / Language Skills on - (1 page) - A helpful chart for students to learn the rule for using /ch/ or /tch/ to spell the ending ch sound in a one syllable word.

Spelling: Using ch or tch |
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    Summer Dobson

    I'm glad there's a rule for this...I never knew it! Now I can reteach and then actually give the test ;)

Come learn how to make this free game that can help students learning the spelling rules for TCH and CH, DGE and GE as well as CK and K.

word work: use pencil pouches to hold set of sight words for each student. Students take these home each night to practice and return with them each day to play games with them.

Teach With Laughter: word work

Mrs. Bremer's Class: {FREE} Pencil Container Labels

Mrs. Bremer's Class: {FREE} Pencil Container Labels

I'm done! Now what? FREE PRINTABLES

Classroom Freebies Too: Gingerbread Fact Families

Classroom Freebies Too: Gingerbread Fact Families

Practice numbers 1-10 with multiple formats such as dice, tally marks, addition and more! $

Highlight writers by hanging their work in these cute clips that have specific praise.

100 chart puzzle free & easy math station activity

First Last!: 100 Chart Puzzles

Use Bloom's Taxonomy in your classroom and activate Higher Order Thinking! Free flip-chart that teachers, students, parents, and instructional assistants can use!

Bloom's Taxonomy Flip Chart {Freebie}!

Responsive Classroom Activities

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Cool idea to use at any grade...bags with parts of speech...could put words on index cards...make a game of it and race. Add infinitives, gerunds and participles to meet my 8th grade standards

Life in First Grade: My new favorite toy