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Elementary Teacher Ideas

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Elementary Teacher Ideas

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Anchor chart for Ba-Da-Bings!: a useful strategy that encourages students to add more descriptive details to their writing.

The Curly Classroom: My Anchor Holds

Back to school idea - "We're looking back on summer, this is what we see!" Have students draw pictures of things they have done over summer break in sunglasses. Free download.

A Love for Teaching: Looking Back on Summer

Brilliant way to make a mixed number to improper fraction

Converting Capacity- 23

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how a struggling reader's brain works differently {infographic}

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Word Practice Tic Tac Toe! Students choose 3 tasks in a row to practice each word they are working on. Use for sight words, spelling words, or vocabulary. Primary Paradise blog has this FREE printable. Thanks!

Easy and Cheap Word Word and Writing Centers

Keeping Track of Word of the Day using Vocabulary Journals

The Stranger- An Excellent Book for Inferring and Questioning

Division Five Different Ways

Division Five Different Ways

Classroom Freebies: Idioms Freebie Fun!

A cute display in the spring outside the classroom door.

ya got that right!

Have you ever coloured in a Mandala drawing? Did you know that they can be used as a form of art therapy for children with ADHD? If you Google "Mandala Template", you will be given a variety of mandalas that you are able to choose from and print out and color. Like the caption states, mandala colorings are used to help kids feel focused. It requires a lot of focus and determination. Enjoy!

So true!

Warm-up, Discussion, Writing Prompt Activities - Agree or

Parent Teacher Conference Summary Sheet {FREEBIE}

Students got to pick any book on Earth Day and write how they would help make the world a better place and draw a picture of it. Meets Common Core ELA Standard: W.3.2 Write informative/ explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas and information clearly.

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Write about summer plans...real or imagined.

self portrait- awesome idea for open house.

Similes and Metaphors Mix-n-Match book

Great book about teasing and lets kids know that "just kidding" is not an excuse to hurt someone

Free Measurement Test in Laura Candler's Time & Measurement File Cabinet

Reading response log templates (Free pdf)

GREAT FOR BOOK BUDDIES: Brown Bag Book Club: Students fill out the reader response form. Fill the bag with popcorn and divide students into groups to discuss the story. They can snack as they share what they learned.

Picture book to teach theme = perseverance.