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Classroom Catchers

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Great mini videos each with their own list of suggested guiding questions and writing tasks. Built for elementary school but by changing the questions could be used in middle school.

The Great Animations Shed

Celebrities read aloud!

Using Storyline Online as a Classroom Management Tool

Figurative Language - This video is probably my favorite. The person who put it together is a teacher, and his sense of humor is obvious with the use of calmer music, etc. My students laughed so hard throughout the entire thing...and I teach 9th/10th grade, so that's saying a lot!

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I LOVE THIS WEBSITE. Fraboom. So many fun computer activities for social studies/science

Lifelong learning: Presidents Day and Fraboom!

AMAZING Cork Board Makeover! Only cost $12!

Faux Nail Head Trimmed Cork Board {Cork Board Makeover}

Mind blown.

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Brain Break

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Scientist of the Month bulletin board-- nice.

Follow The Teacher Garden

Ohhh... it's CATCHY! Original Pinner said: "This morning I walked into a fifth grade classroom and they were singing the song "What I Am" by Will.i.Am. And Yes, it's a song he sang on Sesame Street. But these fifth graders were LOVING it. Their teacher told me this was their new theme song. Let me tell you....all the kids were standing up and singing this song LOUD and with hand movements. It was so awesome because I could see how much they BELIEVED the words to this song.".

Fabulous Fourth Grade: Anchor Charts

Tip #14: "Maintain a Healthy Work-Life Balance" #NowPlaying on

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Ecosystem for Kids

Cranberry Corner: Summer Fun: Ecosystem Edition

I don't how this guy figured this out, but he is a genius. Trick to #multiplication tables 6X6 and above. - I knew the 9's trick, but have never seen this one before! #math

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This visual example of erosion would help students understand how human activities can affect the landscape. One bottle could represent an untouched forest, another could represent an area with houses built, and another bottle could show land cleared for farming. The students would be able to see how humans can negatively impact Earth's natural processes.

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home made lava lamp

Lava Lamps -Summer Fun- - .

Getting sick of using water as your one and only example of matter changing phase? Check out this video. It uses glass, chocolate, and a few other items as examples. {Made by the Columbus Museum of Art}

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100 Best YouTube Videos For Science

Boogie Man Journal: 100 Best YouTube Videos for Science Teachers

stunning 4 1/2 minute video from the "Planet Earth" series showing different seasons and types of weather--great for science or a language lesson on adjectives--time lapse videography is AMAZING!

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MOVIE CLIPS TO INTRODUCE UNIVERSAL THEME: Movie clips for your lesson plans...ability to search by genre (age ranges), mood, theme (this is so cool.)

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for vocabulary notebooks.

Vocabulary Graphic Organizer

Telling Time, Reading Clock Hands - Different way of teaching elapsed time (besides a timeline)!

Telling Time and Reading Clock Hands | WyzAnt Resources

Learn your 6,7,8,9 multiplication tables. Boring voice, great trick (even for grown up!)

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Novel response quick write starters!

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Making it Rain

Making It Rain - I Can Teach My Child!


Edward Howell Designs: Grammar Posters

Know it. Grammar.

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