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Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? Spongebob Squarepants! Addition math coloring page www.coloringsquared.com

Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? Spongebob Squarepants! Addition math coloring page www.coloringsquared.com

This is an activity I could include when teaching my students acout nouns. This would be a great way to make sure that students can identify the difference between a person, place or thing.

This is an activity I could include when teaching my students acout nouns. This would be a great way to make sure that students can identify the difference between a person, place or thing.

"For all my teacher friends PIN THIS NOW!! Incredible reading management binder to track student progress. Every form you will need for assessing students and developing instruction. A great addition to your reading workshop management."

"For all my teacher friends PIN THIS NOW!! Incredible reading management binder to track student progress. Every form you will need for assessing students and developing instruction. A great addition to your reading workshop management."

Our bulletin board to remind students that writing a paragraph is like making a great hamburger: you need a top and a bottom bun (opening and closing sentences), with lots in the middle (the body).

Our bulletin board to remind students that writing a paragraph is like making a great hamburger: you need a top and a bottom bun (opening and closing sentences), with lots in the middle (the body).

Quiet Critters - They live in a soundproof jar  only come out when it's quiet. They don't like a noisy classroom! During quiet work time you can pop one on each student's desk. If they are noisy you can move the critter to the side of their desk as a warning. If they continue to be noisy, the critter is returned to the jar. At the end of the lesson, whoever still has a critter on their desk can change it over for a sticker, points or other incentive.

Quiet Critters - They live in a soundproof jar only come out when it's quiet. They don't like a noisy classroom! During quiet work time you can pop one on each student's desk. If they are noisy you can move the critter to the side of their desk as a warning. If they continue to be noisy, the critter is returned to the jar. At the end of the lesson, whoever still has a critter on their desk can change it over for a sticker, points or other incentive.

'Quiet Critters' sit on desks while children are working. They are afraid of loud noise so everyone must be very quiet when they are around. :) Love, Laughter and Learning in Prep!

'Quiet Critters' sit on desks while children are working. They are afraid of loud noise so everyone must be very quiet when they are around. :) Love, Laughter and Learning in Prep!