foldable for functions/relations... aka: how i should be teaching tomorrow's lesson
teaching Kgd how to draw a self portrait by MiniMatisse.blogspot.com. I think this would be a great sub lesson.
Teaching visual and auditory closure (AKA - teaching a child HOW to sound out a word)
Algebra 1 Parent Functions (Foldable). I like this idea. I think I will do this next year when we begin functions.
Transformational Geometry Foldable. This is an excellent foldable for student journals or binders. I would have my students create this foldable after teaching about the different types. This would be a great study tool and reference for homework.
perhaps i should learn how to quilt??!
CANT WAIT TO TRY THIS! A lesson in handwashing. A Hand Washing Lesson My K-2 students absolutely loved this. The lesson uses lotion-covered hands and glitter to illustrate how germs spread. I placed glitter on one student’s hand and had the student shake hands, high five, and share a pencil with other students, and watching their reactions when they then had glitter (germs) on their hands was great! They then took turns washing their hands, learning just how much effort you should always
oh, this is lovely - how do I work this into a lesson plan
Inspiration to refinish my "sideboard" aka old beat up dresser that C thinks I should throw out.
This is how I feel at midnight on Pinterest when I should be in bed...hahaha
The clean desk diagram: 8 printable versions of the sign plus a 2 page mini-lesson for teaching students how to keep their desks neat. Two
For teaching about rules & thoughtless behavior. This may be great for even middle school. I should get this book...
The clean desk diagram: 8 printable versions of the sign plus a 2 page mini-lesson for teaching students how to keep their desks neat.
this happens more than it should. Instead of teaching students how to do power point presentations, English teachers should teach other teachers how to do it and we can learn from example.
just for kicks
I think this is how we should approach all things. :)
this is absolutely exactly how I think art should be displayed. Perfection