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Five for Friday: Frenzy, Freebie, Scoot in Homeschool, and More

Verb, Noun, Adjective Sort {each student comes up and picks a stick out of my hand; they have to place the word in the right cup. Then, after all sticks have been sorted, students can choose one stick from each cup and create a sentence using all three words. A great informal assessment}

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One-Finger Spacer (25 Pack)

I definitely need one of these for a couple of my students who can't grasp the concept of finger spacing!

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Prefixes and Meanings Posters and Guide Sheet

Prefixes and Meanings Poster Set and Guide Sheet. Common Core Aligned for Grades 2-5. Perfect to display in my classroom all year! Love these!

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Back To School--It's NO JOKING MATTER! (Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits)

This week we have been discovering the clock in our room. Our standards say to represent and...

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25 More DIY Educational Activities for Kids

parts of a 3D shape foldable also #7 is good for ordering fractions and for timelines!

from Tina's Dynamic Homeschool Plus

Rain Forest - Amazon

After teaching my students the different levels of the rainforest I would have them match which section goes with which. I can incorporate Life Science in this section because some animals can fly while others cannot. What is gravity then?


Spelling Activities {a Freebie} - Make a Wordsearch printable sheet

from Sarah Smalley

Classroom Displays

I think something similar would be a nice welcoming display to create before term starts. It will be nice for the children to see themselves on the wall on their first day.

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Growth Mindset Coupons / Badges

Growth Mindset Coupons/BadgesI use these badges with my students to praise them when they display a growth mindset. I give each student a page of the badges and I have them observe their classmates. Then I have designated badge times where Ill give the opportunity for them to give out badges (if you let them give them out whenever they want it becomes a distraction).

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Place Value Toss

Place Value Toss is one of my favorite games to play when teaching and reviewing place value. It's hand on, engaging, and the kids love it. You can read all about how to play it on my blog.