Friday, April 29, 2016

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Fiction Passages (Guided Reading Levels I,J,K)

Just print and use.  These passages are leveled to save hours of planning time. The best thing is the guided reading level and Lexile level are both written on each original passage. This makes it even easier and more convenient to teach each student at his or her level. Six passages are included.
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Thursday, April 28, 2016

Substitute Reminders for Students

Sometimes, students need friendly reminders. It can be handy to create a substitute reminder notice for students.  

If it is left on the desk, a substitute can post the note on the board for students to see.

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Fun Ways to Teach Math

The school year is coming to a close, but there are many fun ways to review important skills and keep students motivated.  

This blog post will feature fun ways to teach math.

Students can select a topic that they learned during the course of the school year and explain it as a math project.  

Over the course of a week, students can research a math topic and create their display boards.
I love this idea because it incorporates research, technology, and math skills.  This is a fun way to incorporate STEM into the classroom.

When a student illustrates his or her notes, it is not only fun, but it is also a fantastic way to help the brain information.

Visual learners and students that love to draw really enjoy this idea.  Even my most reluctant learners gain increased motivation when they create illustrated notes for their notebooks.

Fun Math Center Games

Friday, April 22, 2016

Freebie Friday

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Free Literature Choice Board

I love choice boards so much.  Not only are they fun, but they also appeal to different learning styles.  I created this choice board to use with my students.  The great thing about it is that choice boards can be used with any book.

How to use them:
After assigning a chapter for students to read, ask them to select an activity to complete from the list.  Since there are multiple activities to choose from, students can use the same choice board over and over again. Use this free reading resource in your classroom.

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Friday, April 15, 2016

Freebie Friday

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