PowerPoint Game Templates - Best Teacher Resources Blog
PowerPoint game templates that play just like your students' favorite game shows including Jeopardy, Family Feud, Wheel of Fortune, and more!
Math Benchmark Tracking
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Responding to Nonfiction: An Informational Text Graphic Organizer
This graphic organizer is a great way for your students to respond to informational texts to show what they have learned. It could be used for independent reading, reading centers, listening to reading, or whole group reading. Enjoy! Common Core Standards: Kindergarten: CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RI.K.2...
It has been the busiest last few days! I have so many things to post, but I am dog tired. Isn't that how it always is?! One thing we are focusing on is nonfiction features/ conventions. Tomorrow we will be going on a nonfiction
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winners, Gertrude, and desk notes
I have winners... congrats to my winners... I have sent the winners notification emails PLEASE send me your address I need them PURTY PLEASE a Rafflecopter giveaway a Rafflecopter giveaway thanks so much to all of you that entered!!! what was that... ...... SQUIRREL>>>>>>>> I have a SUB for tomorrow... not for a mental holiday not for a get my Christmas shopping done day not for anything fun day it is for Gertrude Gertrude is my ganglion cyst just the word is YUCKY YUCK YUCK and so we now…
Target $ Spot Find = Word Choice Resource - Create Teach Share
One day during this last school year while I was circulating throughout my classroom, I came across one of my students who was working on writing. I noticed that besides her pencil, she also had a handful of colored pens lined up next to her Writer’s Notebook. I watched over her shoulder as she wrote.…
The 3 Minute Classroom Clean-Up
QUICK UPDATE: Before we get to the post, I'd like to ask you to do a quick favor for me. I recently decided to take the plunge and put this blog on Facebook and Twitter...which is completely nerve racking for a social media novice like myself (my Facebook-addicted husband was so proud though, you guys!). If you could take just a moment and like my page or follow my twitter account, I would greatly appreciate it! Thanks! Now back to our regularly scheduled program... Move over Super Woman…
I haven't updated in a while because school (and life) have been SO. CRAZY. Being a first year teacher is no joke. I can't believe how fast this year is going- before I know it, it will be Christmas, then 2nd semester, then the end of the year! Whew! Here are some things I've been working on lately :) We've just started really pushing using sticky notes. (R2S means Read 2 Self). They haven't had a ton of experience using sticky notes in the past, so we are starting small. Right now, I just…
Melissa O'Bryan - Wild About Fifth
Are your students writing during math class? Journal response prompts are the IDEAL way to bring closure to your math lessons; quickly check for understanding; and keep your students accountable for articulating their understanding of math concepts. Common Core aligned and a MUST HAVE for any best practice math classroom! $ #wildaboutfifthgrade
10 ways I use Google Forms in my tablet classroom - Oxford University Press
Mohamed El-Ashiry takes a look at ways of using Google Forms in the classroom. I am one of Google Forms‘ biggest fans! I have many reasons to love the service, and I use it in many different ways. While there … Continue reading →