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  • Homework

    Homework.  It is definitely a love-hate relationship that I have with that word.  On the one hand, I think the practice time is incredibly valuable for the students.  On the other, I know that with after school activities and the fact that the kids spend 6 + hours at school, they need a break.  With this in mind, I have formulated a homework plan ...
    Posted to Teaching in Room 6 (Weblog) by Anonymous on March 30, 2015
  • Sumdog

    Sumdog is an excellent iPad for educational games in Math, Reading, and Writing.  Based on the popular website, Sumdog has student's playing against other student's worldwide to build their skills. The only requirement is signing up on their free website to be able to play the games on an iPad. I highly recommend checking out Sumdog by clicking ...
    Posted to Cyber Hero: Technology Tidbits (Weblog) by Anonymous on March 14, 2014
  • Anchor Chart Notebook SNEAK PEEK!!!

    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 ...
    Posted to 3rd Grade Gridiron (Weblog) by Anonymous on December 13, 2012
  • Printables Galore for Educators

    Are you looking for some ways to splash FUN into your school day? Education.com is the answer! They have thousands of printables for every grade level and subject area. Warning: This is a teacher's dream site so make sure you have lots of ink on hand and your printer is ready to go! You may get lost in the hours of ...
    Posted to Teaching Blog Addict (Weblog) by Anonymous on October 23, 2012
  • Parents are Child’s Primary Teachers

    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 ...
  • Need Common Core Resources?!

    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 ...
    Posted to 3rd Grade Gridiron (Weblog) by Anonymous on August 13, 2012
  • Spaced Out!

    Yesterday, I shared with you my End of Year Student ''Uniqueness'' Ceremony.  This is just one way that I end the year with my students.  Another way that we share in each others multiple intelligences, is by doing a project-based learning unit at the end of the year.  This project has a two-fold target; first, to get the students actively ...
    Posted to Globicate! (Weblog) by Anonymous on May 20, 2012
  • A Few of Our Favorite Poetry Books

    Since April is National Poetry Month, I thought I would do a short post on some of my current students' favorite poetry books. Last week, I hosted a Link Party where everyone could add their favorite poetry resources, lessons, blogs, or projects.There were a total of 46 links added. My students have had a great time collaboratively publishing ...
    Posted to eduflections (Weblog) by Anonymous on April 17, 2012
  • Incorporating Literacy

    I know that hands down incorporating literacy in the math classroom is very difficult, even for veteran teachers.  My sister who is going to be an Eelementary teacher received a book in the mail that caught my eye, it was called ''50 Literacy Strategies: Step by Step,'' by Gail E. Tompkins.  A few of the more interesting things I came up ...
    Posted to Math Strategies and Techniques (Weblog) by treverreeh on August 16, 2011
  • Great Engaging End of the Year Activities!

    Here are some Wondeful End of the Year Activities..check them out! Strawberry day: Math & Literacy Fun: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Strawberry-Day-Math-Literacy-Fun My End of the Year Memory Book: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/My-End-of-the-Year-Memory-Booklet Popsicle ...
    Posted to Lessons Made 2 Have Fun! (Weblog) by TechGirl on May 1, 2011
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