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Free Daily calendar notebook-This is so extensive and free! This is wonderful math practice for first graders. Kindergarten Math, School Classroom, School Fun, Teaching Math, Preschool, School Ideas, Classroom Ideas, Kindergarten Calendar, Teaching Calendar

Calendar Notebook - Our Aussie Homeschool

Update: Check the end of this post for links to calendars for 2017/18, and to more colourful versions of the calendar notebook! 🙂 I’ve always loved the idea of the calendar notebook over at Mama Jenn’s. Skeeterbug quickly outgrew our calendar wall, and our younger two weren’t ready for it yet. There were certain things ... Read More about Calendar Notebook

Literally "Walking through Math Problems": Great for any student who struggles with explaining their thinking. Great math website for math instruction for students with learning disabilities! Fun Math, Math Games, Math Activities, Long Division Activities, Long Division Strategies, Teaching Long Division, Math Teacher, Math Classroom, Teaching Math

Math: Processing Breakdowns - Yale Dyslexia

Students with slower processing speeds or executive-function problems are often no different from their peers in math proficiency in first and second grade; but as they confront multistep computations in upper elementary school tests, their scores tumble because they lack the skills necessary to produce organized, efficient output.

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Lolly, Lolly, Lolly, Get Your Adverbs Here

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Daily paragraph with ten built-in errors of basic spelling, grammar, punctuation, or capitalization. Daily exposure is sure to cement some very important skills as it lays the foundation for improving students' test scores. Teaching Grammar, Teaching Language Arts, Classroom Language, Teaching Writing, Teaching Tips, Teaching English, Grammar Practice, Writing Help, Writing Ideas

Ideas for Using Every-Day Edits in Your Classroom

Every-Day Edits: Using skills every day is a surefire way to boost test scores. That's why Education World offers this quick and timely printable every-day language activity for students. Have students search for and mark in the text below ten errors of basic spelling, punctuation, capitalization, or grammar. Then correct the pages together!

If you have boys, you probably have Lego. And Lego comes into the house by the hundreds, it seems, so good storage is a must. We have 4 boys under so you can imagine the amount of Lego we. Legos, Lego Lego, Lego Minecraft, Lego Batman, Minecraft Buildings, Lego Bedroom, Minecraft Bedroom, Bedroom Kids, Bedroom Furniture

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Math in the Movies - video clips from 155 movies in which mathematics appears! Perfect for high school math classes. Math Teacher, School Classroom, Teaching Math, Teaching Career, Classroom Tools, I Love Math, Fun Math, Math Movies, Math School

Math in the Movies

This blog post shares some popular movies that include scenes showing mathematics. Some of them may work well as a short video clip to use in your math classroom.

(Writing help) How to book a reader: analyzing 10 good opening lines. I don't write much anymore, but this is really interesting. The voyage of the dawn treader is the best one! Writer Tips, Book Writing Tips, Writer Workshop, Writing Process, Writing Resources, Teaching Writing, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Writing Ideas

How to Hook a Reader

I should note that this article will be primarily concerning YA fiction, as that is what I know most about. You may notice that some of these opening…

 26 Books for Kids Who Love Harry Potter. Except I'm not a kid lol Is there life after Harry Potter? Keep reading with this huge list of books like Harry Potter that you'll love just as much. I Love Books, Great Books, Books To Read, My Books, Book Suggestions, Book Recommendations, Reading Lists, Book Lists, Happy Reading

If You Love Harry Potter, You'll Like These Books, Too

Is there life after Harry Potter? Yes! Keep reading with this huge list of books like Harry Potter that you'll love just as much. Happy reading!

With a Mountain View Before you dive in.Scratch the surface! FREE Pre-reading activity for novels. DIRECT LINKBefore you dive in.Scratch the surface! FREE Pre-reading activity for novels. Pre Reading Activities, Reading Resources, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Teaching Ideas, Learning, Pre Reading Strategies, Close Reading

Engagement…Elevated

Collaboration is one of my favorite things about my Inspired by Upper Elementary Facebook group. It’s a safe place where upper elementary teachers can ask questions, share ideas, and collaborate with one another. If you haven’t visited, you should definitely check it out! Recently, a teacher asked about the pros and cons of departmentalizing in upper elementary. The discussion that followed was amazing and included a ton of great thoughts, tips and ideas. The whole discussion had me…

Please enjoy my collection of anchor charts, updated weekly! All of these anchor charts have been used in my own classroom (Gra. Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Close Reading, Reading Strategies, Learning, Reading Anchor Charts, 5th Grade Reading

Getting busy!

We had such a busy week this week, but I feel like we got so much accomplished in such a short time! I wanted to share our week here, if on...

This is daily math morning work. Stage 2 and Link below. Teaching 5th Grade, Fifth Grade Math, 5th Grade Classroom, Teaching Math, Maths, Math Teacher, Classroom Ideas, Daily 5 Math, Daily 3

5th Grade Math Morning Work - Distance Learning - Google Classroom

This is daily math morning work for weeks 2 through 34 of the fifth grade school year. It covers and practices All of the common core objectives for fifth grade math along with reviewing some objectives from 3rd and 4th grade that fosters a deeper understanding of the fifth grade math objectives. $

Create●Teach●Share: Non-Fiction Know-It-Alls - I like this response. Good for conclusion of nonfiction book club Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Comprehension, Comprehension Questions, Guided Reading, Teaching Ideas, Learning, 4th Grade Reading

Non-Fiction Know-It-Alls - Create Teach Share

It’s been several months since my last blog post. But, no excuses! Just happy to share again… We just started really getting into non-fiction in my class. Although my students have been exposed to non-fiction texts all year, I am now on a mission to make them “Non-Fiction Know-It-Alls”! My district will be adopting the…

and Grade Science Bundles for the Texas TEKS — The Science Penguin Teacher Websites, Teacher Blogs, Teacher Resources, Teacher Stuff, 3rd Grade Classroom, School Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Games, Classroom Management

4th and 5th Grade Science Bundles for the Texas TEKS — The Science Penguin

Hello Texas teacher friends! Most of my classroom experience has been in 4th and 5th grade science. Early on I struggled to find effective materials to not only help my students pass STAAR but to engage their minds and challenge them to become critical thinkers. So, I started making my own resources. Because I offer […]

This Main Idea, Supporting Details, and Summary Packet for Grade by The Teacher Next Door is a 40 page set of worksheets, games, task cards and graphic organizers to help your students master the concept of finding the main idea using informational text. Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Activities, Reading Help, Reading Resources, Literacy Activities, Guided Reading, Learning

4th and 5th Grades Main Idea Print and Digital | Distance Learning | for Google™

This Main Idea, Supporting Details, and Summary Unit comes in two versions: print and digital (paperless) for Google Classroom™. It has reading comprehension passages, games, task cards, and graphic organizers to help your students master the concept of finding the main idea, using informational tex...