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RoomRecess is a wonderful free site for educational online games for Elementary students. These games are simple to use and focus on a lot of different skills in the area of Math and Language Arts. Some of the different skills covered in RR are: irregular verbs, parts of speech, multiplication, and more.
I highly recommend checking out ...
My kids and I have been really excited about celebrating Cinco de Mayo!
The kids have been telling personal stories.
We've watched BrainPop videos.
We've also been talking about how influential Cesar Chavez was.
Friday, we're going to read this book:
and complete these activities:
This mini-pack is ...
The 100th day of school never gets old to me!
We had a fiesta to celebrate!
The kids had a blast! The activities were perfect for our curriculum and the kids loved them.
When is your 100th day?!
What do you have planned?!
Do you use anchor charts?
I use both the handwritten ones and the ones I make on the computer.
My newest project is an anchor chart notebook. It will contain anchor charts for the following 3rd grade subjects: Reading, Language Arts, Writing, Math, Science, and Social Studies.
My plan is to put them ...
Over the course of my Thanksgiving Break, I was busy looking for things to do that would enhance my already preset lessons (we have 3 weeks before winter break and I basically know what content will be covered because of the pacing plans). So where did I turn for inspiration?? Pinterest of course.
Since the holidays are coming up, ...
I have gained a lot of new followers since I posted this last year. I thought we should revisit Oh Turkey! so all of the new comers to check it out also (and those of you who missed it or forgot you had it can get it also!).
Here is the description from my TPT store: This 15 page document includes various versions of the game ''Oh Turkey!'' ...
Last year, I participated in the OREO Project by Jen Wagner (projects by Jen). My students love it so much that this year I was able to convince the entire 5th grade (and a few 3rd grade classes) to do it with me. We had JUST as much fun. :) I wanted to write about it again for you all because there is still time to participate. The project ...
Here is a wonderful site from PBS that will help you to track the skills your child should possess for his/her age. Take a look at how your child should be functioning in the following areas according to his age:
Approach to Learning
Social and Emotional ...
Your child will encounter many teachers in his/her lifetime. Not only will there be teachers in the classroom, but there will be just as many outside of the classroom. He/she will have teachers in sports, after school activities, music lessons, girl/boy scouts etc. Your child will have to listen and learn from many adults but the most important ...
Myself and a few other bloggers have created CCSS Assessment Packs to help ease the transition into Common Core!
Jenaya from Lesson Plan Diva is offering sets for 1st grade!
Denise from Sunny Days in Second Grade is offering sets for 2nd grade!
I am offering sets for 3rd grade!
Mandy from Cooperative ...