Another great idea for teaching value using shades and tints.  The original poster of this project, art teacher Jessica Young, gives a great explanation of the steps and tips she used with her fourth-grade students. by Akilah A
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Akilah A Another great idea for teaching value using shades and tints. The original poster of this project, art teacher Jessica Young, gives a great explanation of the steps and tips she used with her fourth-grade students.
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Poster for teaching depth of knowledge to students.  Easy explanation. by claudia
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claudia Poster for teaching depth of knowledge to students. Easy explanation.
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Reusable graphic organizers to use when teaching nonfiction or fiction point of view. Great for third grade and fourth grade students who need help organizing their thoughts! by teacher42
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teacher42 Reusable graphic organizers to use when teaching nonfiction or fiction point of view. Great for third grade and fourth grade students who need help organizing their thoughts!
Reading
Teaching With Love and Laughter: My Reading Block (Warning: Long Post!), GREAT explanation of first grade literacy centers! Like the checklist idea! by evelyn
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evelyn Teaching With Love and Laughter: My Reading Block (Warning: Long Post!), GREAT explanation of first grade literacy centers! Like the checklist idea!
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10 of my original teacher memes! Teaching Outside the Box: Funnies on the Fourth by claudia
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claudia 10 of my original teacher memes! Teaching Outside the Box: Funnies on the Fourth
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A great place value game using a dollar store pill container and dice. Lots of variations on what you can do with it. My third grade students loved it! It would be great for second or fourth grade as well. by jordan
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jordan A great place value game using a dollar store pill container and dice. Lots of variations on what you can do with it. My third grade students loved it! It would be great for second or fourth grade as well.
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A 1st grade school teacher had twenty-six students in her class. She presented each child in her classroom the 1st half of a well-known by rosanna
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rosanna A 1st grade school teacher had twenty-six students in her class. She presented each child in her classroom the 1st half of a well-known
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teaching tints and shades plus perspective by maryann
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maryann teaching tints and shades plus perspective
Craft Room Ideas
Victoria Soto was a 1st grade teacher who was killed protecting her students at Sandy Hook Elementary (Newtown, Conn). She hid the children in cabinets and closets, and when she encountered Adam Lanza, the shooter, she told him they were in the gym. He then turned the gun on her, killing her. None of her students were harmed. In the face of darkness and tragedy, we honor a TRUE HERO!!! by PearForTheTeacher
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PearForTheTeacher Victoria Soto was a 1st grade teacher who was killed protecting her students at Sandy Hook Elementary (Newtown, Conn). She hid the children in cabinets and closets, and when she encountered Adam Lanza, the shooter, she told him they were in the gym. He then turned the gun on her, killing her. None of her students were harmed. In the face of darkness and tragedy, we honor a TRUE HERO!!!
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a teacher had her students say what their ideal teacher would be like! such a great idea for the first day of school. by lee
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lee a teacher had her students say what their ideal teacher would be like! such a great idea for the first day of school.
Back To School
FREE Setting Expectations for Group Work Activity~  This idea is a great first project for group work of any kind.  Students attach strings to a rubber band which is then used to manipulate Solo cups from one configuration to another.  Students soon learn the importance of cooperation.  Love the hands-on aspect and simplicity of the idea! by andrea
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andrea FREE Setting Expectations for Group Work Activity~ This idea is a great first project for group work of any kind. Students attach strings to a rubber band which is then used to manipulate Solo cups from one configuration to another. Students soon learn the importance of cooperation. Love the hands-on aspect and simplicity of the idea!
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You might call them bingo dobbers, daubers, bingo markers, or dot paints. Regardless, this post is going to give you great tips for using bingo dabbers in the classroom! You'll find ideas, resources, and a FREE download to use with your classroom or homeschool students. Teachers of preschool, Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grade students will enjoy the tips, ideas, and teaching strategies included here. These tips are especially great for the back to school or beginning of year season! by bernadette
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bernadette You might call them bingo dobbers, daubers, bingo markers, or dot paints. Regardless, this post is going to give you great tips for using bingo dabbers in the classroom! You'll find ideas, resources, and a FREE download to use with your classroom or homeschool students. Teachers of preschool, Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grade students will enjoy the tips, ideas, and teaching strategies included here. These tips are especially great for the back to school or beginning of year season!
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Design Seeds founder Jessica Colaluca, presents us her passion : colors. From a picture of nature, she extracts the different tints of it and creates a palette of colors. by rjw88
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rjw88 Design Seeds founder Jessica Colaluca, presents us her passion : colors. From a picture of nature, she extracts the different tints of it and creates a palette of colors.
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These lesson plans show how Laura Santos introduces and sets up Math Workshop. This third grade teacher gives you all the details for how she sets expectations for workshop during the first weeks. Her post covers how to set up math workshop rotations, set your schedule, and gives tips for math workshop organization. Love the level of detail she provides about math workshop and guided math… for free. by janie
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janie These lesson plans show how Laura Santos introduces and sets up Math Workshop. This third grade teacher gives you all the details for how she sets expectations for workshop during the first weeks. Her post covers how to set up math workshop rotations, set your schedule, and gives tips for math workshop organization. Love the level of detail she provides about math workshop and guided math… for free.
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Blog: Fourth Grade Flippers has so many great ideas for the classroom, and she takes pictures of everything! Check it out! by leanna
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leanna Blog: Fourth Grade Flippers has so many great ideas for the classroom, and she takes pictures of everything! Check it out!
Nursery Ideas
Wanting your kids to learn a bit of piano? Definitely check out this delightful site! Joy is a pianist and teacher in Ohio with great passion for helping students experience the wonders of music making! At her blog/site Color In My Piano, she enjoys sharing and exchanging ideas and resources for piano teaching. Many great sheets, aids and lesson ideas for teaching music and piano here! by Divonsir Borges
Divonsir Borges
Divonsir Borges Wanting your kids to learn a bit of piano? Definitely check out this delightful site! Joy is a pianist and teacher in Ohio with great passion for helping students experience the wonders of music making! At her blog/site Color In My Piano, she enjoys sharing and exchanging ideas and resources for piano teaching. Many great sheets, aids and lesson ideas for teaching music and piano here!
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<strong> </strong> We have another fall freebie for you! A mini set of graphing and counting printables! My 2nd grader still loves to play roll and graph, and she has since her Tot School days! When she was younger we used the 1-5 graph, but now we use the 1-10 graph! She plays with or without me, which is great. I taught her to choose her ‘winner’ from the images! she likes to ‘race’ the images. She likes ... by georgia
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georgia <strong> </strong> We have another fall freebie for you! A mini set of graphing and counting printables! My 2nd grader still loves to play roll and graph, and she has since her Tot School days! When she was younger we used the 1-5 graph, but now we use the 1-10 graph! She plays with or without me, which is great. I taught her to choose her ‘winner’ from the images! she likes to ‘race’ the images. She likes ...
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Here's another idea for teaching metacognition. Gather paint samples that show a range of shades and use them as a thinking scale. Students by darla
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darla Here's another idea for teaching metacognition. Gather paint samples that show a range of shades and use them as a thinking scale. Students
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Geoboard Quadrilaterals activity from Math Stations for Middle Grades - Katie Lyon of Teaching ... the Art of Possibility shares how her students used the activity with an iPad app instead of real geoboards. No rubberbands zinging around the room! Great idea! $ by deanne
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deanne Geoboard Quadrilaterals activity from Math Stations for Middle Grades - Katie Lyon of Teaching ... the Art of Possibility shares how her students used the activity with an iPad app instead of real geoboards. No rubberbands zinging around the room! Great idea! $
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Winter Value Landscapes: Similar to the tints and shades lesson. by Akilah A
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Akilah A Winter Value Landscapes: Similar to the tints and shades lesson.
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10 of my original teacher memes! Teaching Outside the Box: Funnies on the Fourth #teachingoutsidethebox by claudia
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claudia 10 of my original teacher memes! Teaching Outside the Box: Funnies on the Fourth #teachingoutsidethebox
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Forgive me, I saw the idea for this one and can't find the original poster. Loved it, so had to "borrow a great idea" from another teacher! (We outlawed using the term "copy" in our class) �� #teachersofinstagram #teachersfollowteachers #iteachtoo #iteachfifth by maritza
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maritza Forgive me, I saw the idea for this one and can't find the original poster. Loved it, so had to "borrow a great idea" from another teacher! (We outlawed using the term "copy" in our class) �� #teachersofinstagram #teachersfollowteachers #iteachtoo #iteachfifth
Kid Stuff
Tints and Shades 3rd Grade by Akilah A
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Akilah A Tints and Shades 3rd Grade
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Young Teacher Love: Teaching and Assessing ELA in the Classroom using Social Studies Content! by lavonne
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lavonne Young Teacher Love: Teaching and Assessing ELA in the Classroom using Social Studies Content!
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Teaching Preterite Vs. Imperfect from the perspective of a first-year Spanish Teacher! This gives some details of a project done in Spanish 3 to help students understand the differences between the PRETERITE and the IMPERFECT tenses!! It worked for me, and I hope it helps you #Spanishlearning #PreteritevsImperfect #Firstyearteacher by leah
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leah Teaching Preterite Vs. Imperfect from the perspective of a first-year Spanish Teacher! This gives some details of a project done in Spanish 3 to help students understand the differences between the PRETERITE and the IMPERFECT tenses!! It worked for me, and I hope it helps you #Spanishlearning #PreteritevsImperfect #Firstyearteacher
Clothing Ideas and Fantasies
Have students create a text feature poster using a page from a magazine - Students label the text feature and explain its purpose: Teaching Made Practical by kitty
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kitty Have students create a text feature poster using a page from a magazine - Students label the text feature and explain its purpose: Teaching Made Practical
a lovely home
white washed floors - she gives an awesome explanation of the process she went through to get the desired look by katheryn
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katheryn white washed floors - she gives an awesome explanation of the process she went through to get the desired look
Things I need to make
These flips books would be great for teaching onset and rime. Students could actually make these in class. For a phonics lesson in 1st or 2nd grade the teacher could hand out the folded pieces of paper and have the students write words with the same rime in each one. These could eventually be a great "study guide." by Veronica Fernandes
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Veronica Fernandes These flips books would be great for teaching onset and rime. Students could actually make these in class. For a phonics lesson in 1st or 2nd grade the teacher could hand out the folded pieces of paper and have the students write words with the same rime in each one. These could eventually be a great "study guide."
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Another idea of using newspaper/old book pages for the feathers. (The typography gives it a textured look) by LiesbethLap
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LiesbethLap Another idea of using newspaper/old book pages for the feathers. (The typography gives it a textured look)
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Clay Whistles: I spent much of my Student Teaching experience making Clay Whistles with my students on a variety of grade levels. Students really enjoy this project because at the end they all have their own functioning whistle. Student really get involved with this project & show a lot of enthusiasm during the process of making the whistles. I do highly recommend that the teacher master the technique of making the whistle mechanism before by lilly
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lilly Clay Whistles: I spent much of my Student Teaching experience making Clay Whistles with my students on a variety of grade levels. Students really enjoy this project because at the end they all have their own functioning whistle. Student really get involved with this project & show a lot of enthusiasm during the process of making the whistles. I do highly recommend that the teacher master the technique of making the whistle mechanism before
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How to make a cushion, free tutorial by Lucy of Attic24. As usual, she does an great job of explaining each step, along with plenty of photos. (She used her Raindrop Stitch for the fabric, but any stitch would work.) Overall, an *excellent* general explanation. . by hallie
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hallie How to make a cushion, free tutorial by Lucy of Attic24. As usual, she does an great job of explaining each step, along with plenty of photos. (She used her Raindrop Stitch for the fabric, but any stitch would work.) Overall, an *excellent* general explanation. .
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