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1. Write names of students who are absent on the calendar. 2. Gather their missing assignments and put them in the folder for their class period. 3. Students are responsible for checking the folder when they return to school.

Write names of students who are absent on the calendar. Gather their missing assignments and put them in the folder for their class period. Students are responsible for checking the folder when they return to school. one week to finish missing work

Librarian Brittney Ash enjoys making library users smile, and her latest display at Virginia Beach public library has now gone viral.

People Can't Stop Laughing At This Library's "Baby Got Books" Display

People Can’t Stop Laughing At This Library’s “Baby Got Books” Display - Brittney Ash wants to dispel the stereotype of libraries as drab places where you’re told off for talking or laughing.

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Opinion Writing Craft-ivity (Common Core Aligned)

Opinion Writing Craft-ivity (Common Core Aligned) Wolf from 3 little pigs. Great inspiration for opinion writing or point of view!

@Candie Bowen Dr. Seuss Tic-Tac-Toe Journal writing!

This activity consists of nine different Dr. Seuss journal prompts in a tic-tac-toe format. Children can choose their three favorite Dr. I just chose one for first graders

Kindergarten & First Grade Fever!: We've got ANTS!

Building ANTonyms have students construct an ant out of antonyms have a head of an ant but then need to find two more black circles to complete their ant (circle with wet & circle with dry)

School wall print. Have students clip their name to the part of the writing process they are currently working on.

Chevron Design Writing Resource

I can't wait to fill my classroom walls with posters. This is a great poster to have in the classroom, to remind students of the writing process, and it could also double as a clip chart, and track where the students are during the writing process.

FreeRice is a website where users play games to fight world hunger.  For every question the user answers correctly 10 grains of rice are donated.

FreeRice is a non-profit website run by the United Nations World Food Programme. FreeRice provides free educational games for children, and for each correct answer, the organization donates 10 grains of free rice to someone in need. charities-we-love

iPads in the Classroom: App Recommendations Galore! Good, extensive list... Can't wait to use on the iPads in my class!

Jasztalville: Where Inquiry and Creativity Rules: iPads in the Classroom: App Recommendations Galore!awesome reading fluency app on this list

System to see who has turned in work

29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers

This clothespin system will help you keep track of who has turned in their homework. Numbers corresponding to students on one side of clothes pin and smiley face on the other. Students flip their clothespin to the smiley face when they turn things in.

Polka Dots and Spots Themed Classrooms

Cranium Club: for early finishers and to challenge gifted students. Love this idea! I'm not a teacher but maybe I can tweak this to keep the kids working over summer?

"Shout Out Wall" - students share their triumphs in school, in after school programs, or anywhere else!

This is a "Shout Out Wall" where students can shout out their success in school, home, work or activities (picture only)- I can turn this into a bulletin board LOVE this idea!

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