jen.wic.56
The "How Big Is My Problem" chart helps students identify the urgency and scale of their problems.

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jen.wic.56
The "How Big Is My Problem" chart helps students identify the urgency and scale of their problems.

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gianna.messovoulou
How to say I'm sorry. This chart helps my kindergarten students solve their problems independently. It has provided many tools and strategies for them!

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mattie
Solving Problems: Think About the Problem Size So You Can Solve It from Skills4Life on TeachersNotebook.com - (5 pages) - This interactive social skills lesson in Smart Notebook format guides students through a problem solving procedure. Students identify the intensity of their feelings and the size of the problem. They choose from suggested self-calming techniques and ideas

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vicki
This set includes twelve multiplication word problems. For each problem students will show the answer as groups of, an array, jumps on a number line, an equation and in a sentence. Using multiple strategies to find and show the answer helps students to visualize and understand how and why multiplication works. All the problems in this set have products of 50 or less. There are three problems where students need to find the missing factor. $ #MultiplicationWordProblems

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vicki
This set includes twelve multiplication word problems. For each problem students will show the answer as groups of, an array, jumps on a number line, an equation and in a sentence. Using multiple strategies to find and show the answer helps students to visualize and understand how and why multiplication works. All the problems in this set have products of 50 or less. There are three problems where students need to find the missing factor. $

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vicki
This set includes twelve multiplication problems. For each problem students will show the answer as groups of, an array, jumps on a number line, an equation and in a sentence. Using multiple strategies to find and show the answer helps students to visualize and understand how and why multiplication works. All the problems in this set have products of 100 or less. There are three problems where students need to find the missing factor. $

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suzanne
The 3 read protocol is a useful strategy to teach students to think about what word problems are asking. It is a close read of a math story. Students analyze what is happening in a word problem. This strategy is highly effective for ELLs because of the visuals and analysis. The students create their own questions, so it is very engaging!

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Jennabiglake
how big is my problem?

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lucile
Teaching students effective piano practice is vital to their progress, and it’s a big part of my teaching. Telling students to practice, and not teaching them how, is like a doctor telling you to reduce your cholesterol but not telling you which foods to avoid. Last October I read Philip Johnston’s ‘The Practice Revolution’, and I was …

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jill
Living with young children, we all know how BIG their emotions can be. Helping our children identify, understand and self-regulate the full range of human emotions is an important part of their learning to be emotionally intelligent.

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carlani
Life in 4B...This teacher shows how she helps students anchor a lesson from the book Comprehension Connections with a chart, and also in their reading notebooks with photos.

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lynn
50 Shades of Grades Blog Post and Anchor Chart! How can we help students better understand the meaning of their grades?

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brigitte
New and Improved Problem Meter--helps a child gauge reactions to different types of problems

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suzanne
Teaching Students How to Solve Problems Back to school is upon us and it is so important to use those first few weeks to set up your expectations rules and procedures. I always spent time at the beginning of the year teaching problem solving strategies. That way we could refer to them all year long when students were having a social problem at school. In this freebie I've included an anchor chart practice scenarios a checklist and lesson ideas. Click HERE to grab your freebie. back to school b

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natalie.sheppard.319
Psychology of color Have HS students identify which logo they like and how it reflects their personality and emotions.

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erin
These book is one of the many units included in my Winter clothes unit in Spanish. In Winter I Wear” Mini-Book (Spanish and English version): This book is a fun way to teach winter clothes names. Simply copy the original, cut it out and staple it together. Your students will be learning how to identify winter clothes and even read as they take these booklet home to share with their family.

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sabrina
A chart were students post inferences on sticky notes under their names. Helps with assessment and who is getting it.

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joni
Word problem task cards for all 4 operations. These 48 two and three step word problems give your students the opportunity to stretch their powers of thinking and reasoning. Perfect for math centers, small groups, or even whole class activities! $

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sybil
This 'My Body' felt chart is an ideal resource to make students aware of their body and organs. It teaches them where you can find your organs in the body

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rosebud2
I like to use problem solving journals with my kiddos. This is a journal that they use only for problem solving. I use a small 8 x 7 journal with blank pages that I order through our district print shop. I like this size because it gives kids a good amount of space to “show their work” for each problem. They do one problem per page and I find this helps them focus on the problem and to do their work in a neater, more organized way that is easy to read and understand.

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petra
Use these simple emotion sliders to help students identify how they are feeling. Simply punch a hole, add a pipe cleaner with a bead, and you've got a feelings gage! Students can use these to silently communite their feelings to their teacher or let teachers know they need help or a break. Feelings scale or emotions scale is perfect for desk top communication or school counseling classroom guidance lessons or individual counseling #counselorkeri

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petra
Use these simple emotion sliders to help students identify how they are feeling. Simply punch a hole, add a pipe cleaner with a bead, and you've got a feelings gage! Students can use these to silently communite their feelings to their teacher or let teachers know they need help or a break. Feelings scale or emotions scale is perfect for desk top communication or school counseling classroom guidance lessons or individual counseling #counselorkeri

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rhea
How To Use My Voice In The Classroom Is A Social Story To Help Children Understand The Differences Of Using Their Inside Voice And Their Outside Voice. This Is A Great Resource For Primary Students, Special Education Students, Or Students With Autism. #education

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ammieiscool
GREAT anchor chart! by lynnette For overused words I think I want my students to create a card of the word in their own handwriting and decorate

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Shakira Eakins
Calm Down Kit on the go is a full binder full of behavior visuals and tools that can be used with students with autism and special needs. Teach students to identify the emotion, de-escalate, reflect on their behavior and transition back to class. Utilize the whole calm down kit to help students de-escalate in the classroom, regulate emotions and calm down.

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Kay Pool Clark
I used this linear equations booklet in my classroom as both independent practice and as notes for their interactive math notebook . Students will graph 6 linear equations from either Standard Form or Slope-Intercept Form and identify the parts of the graph (slope, x-intercept and y-intercept).

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carlani
Put your students to work solving the Candy Shop's Adding and Subtracting fractions with Unlike Denominators word problems! My themed sets of word problem use themes that you can use year-round, no matter the season or holiday! I use these cards instead of our textbook; place cards around the room, students move around independently to complete problems... 16 adding and subtracting fractions problems, 16 add/sub fractions representational model problems, answer key, 5.NF.A.1 and 5.NF.A.2

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