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water cycle paper plates activities | This is an actvity we did in class. Explain what the picture is ...

water cycle paper plates activities | This is an actvity we did in class. Explain what the picture is ...

Here are some tips, tricks, lessons, ideas, for teaching second grade, second graders, and second grade classes

50 Ideas, Tricks, and Tips for Teaching 2nd Grade

Here are some tips, tricks, lessons, ideas, for teaching second grade, second graders, and second grade classes

What attributes do your students have that make them "lucky?" In this St. Patrick's Day Shamrock "I am lucky" Craftivity students write about four things that make them a lucky person. It is a perfect St. Patrick's Day writing lesson and a fun activity for elementary school.

St. Patrick's Day Clover "I am lucky" Craftivity

What attributes do your students have that make them "lucky?" In this St. Patrick's Day Shamrock "I am lucky" Craftivity students write about four things that make them a lucky person. It is a perfect St. Patrick's Day writing lesson and a fun activity for elementary school.

Teaching place value using saltines (hundreds), pretzel sticks (tens), and marshmallows (ones). Kiddos are sure to remember this lesson!

Teaching place value using saltines (hundreds), pretzel sticks (tens), and marshmallows (ones). Kiddos are sure to remember this lesson!

Number sequences. Counting from any number. More and less. Need: tactile (here, I used small rocks); Deck of number cards; 1 more, 1 less cards, whiteboard. Set up the shown. Review "more" and "less" using the tactiles. Review "1 more" and "1 less". Then segue into the activity: Deal a card. Have your tutee copy the number in the middle and think through one more and one less than that number. Your tutee may use the tactiles if necessary.

Number sequences. Counting from any number. More and less. Need: tactile (here, I used small rocks); Deck of number cards; 1 more, 1 less cards, whiteboard. Set up the shown. Review "more" and "less" using the tactiles. Review "1 more" and "1 less". Then segue into the activity: Deal a card. Have your tutee copy the number in the middle and think through one more and one less than that number. Your tutee may use the tactiles if necessary.

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