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Organizing Student Notebooks with Dividers - Math in the Middle
Today I’m sharing my newest step towards improved organization in the classroom: notebook divider tabs. (I got the idea from a blog post by Sarah Carter and knew that I wanted to modify them to work for me in the upcoming year). I decided that this year I am going to make notes worth 2 …
Word Work Activities
Do you find yourself looking for ways to spice up your word work stations or spelling practice in your classroom? Better yet, are you looking for ways to do this WITHOUT having to prep ANYTHING? These fun, engaging, & exciting activities help children practice their words effectively & are the perfect option for your 1st grade or 2nd grade class!
Upper grades/ Middle School Spelling Menu
A spelling menu that gives students 20 options for each week. The goal is to complete enough boxes on the spelling menu each week to reach a goal of 50 points. Each box on the menu has a point value, varying based on the effort and ability. A rubric is all attached, worth 100 points to be able to grade students on weekly.
Teaching with a Touch of Twang
Vocabulary #2: This site has lots of great activities, but I especially like the one that is pictured. Have students work in small groups to put the correct term, definition, and example together. This is a great way to practice new words and get to see how they are used. It could be used in any subject!