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Alphabet Sounds Fishing and Matching game

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I saw this on a facebook page and I thought it was a lovely idea to use as a Christmas or end of year present to the children in your class. Each one is personalised.

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

Reading Fluency Word Work Centers

Roll and Read Phonics Literacy Stations for the entire year!! THREE levels (below level, on level, above level) - so easy to differentiate! & they all come with sound in "helper red" or with the words all black. There's also a version with sentences! AMAZING

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from The Realistic Mama

15 Activities for Learning Shapes

Fish for Shapes game...I could use this as a matching game for end-of-the-year review. Specifically, I'd write the shape's name on one fish {cylinder} and draw a picture of it on another fish. ~RA

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from 3rd Grade Thoughts

Brain Breaks & YouTube: Watch & Wiggle Links + FREEBIE

Brain Breaks are a way to respect the whole child in some students, especially those who need some breaks in the day in order to stay on task and focused the rest of the time. This also creates a classroom environment of creativity and collaboration because the kids can work together and think outside the box for some of the activities on the popsicle sticks.

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Not normally a huge fan of balloons (bit too birthday for us!), we were surprised when we saw these ones and immediately wanted them! Unique and special, these latex balloons are clear, round and filled with giant circular confetti. The top tip is to fill the balloon with air and helium to stop the confetti from sinking to the bottom. These make a real impact on any reception space.

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Disciplinary Chart! Mine would look different but I like this idea! We have a chart right now that I do on poster board and use stickers with happy or sad faces. This would save so much money in the long run and it looks better too!

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from Scoop.it

Two Great Classroom Posters on The Six Thinking Hats ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Six Thinking Hats - Edward De Bono Reminds me of all the things to consider when using this technique to review my ideas. I can look at all pros/cons and make decision about idea.

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from I am the Maven®

Need some elf on the shelf ideas? Here are 50 Ideas for the #elfontheshelf

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