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Black History Month – Celebrate in Style!
From Hurston to Douglass to Morrison to Truth to Hughes, the rich history of African-American literature is full of inspiration, prose, and insight. Celebrate in style by decorating your library with these posters inspired by some of the key figures of Black History Month.
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It’s not too late to implement ⚙️STEM⚙️ in your classroom. The new year is the perfect time to start! Teach students about how snow ❄️ is…
5 Tips – How to Teach Students to Solve Word Problems
Word problems made easy by including blank spaces so you can differentiate the numbers. The word problems are sorted by problem type so you can focus students on one problem type at at time. Perfect for K-2 classrooms. | Story Problems | Story Math | Teaching Math | Math Education | Scaffolded Learning | Teaching Addition | Teaching Subtraction | Elementary School | Beginner Word Problems
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11 Ways to Master Multiplication! Mastering Multiplication facts is such an important skill in elementary. If students can master the basics, all other math concepts are so much easier to learn. Check out these engaging, effective and fun ways to build strong foundational skills for future learning.
3 Secrets for Teaching Character Traits – Teacher Trap
Teacher Trap|Understanding Characters. This article contains some solid ideas for anchor charts, like the one pictured above, for teaching students to think about character development. The visuals and simplicity of the designs make these ideas suitable for use with ELLs.