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Trash Can Thesaurus...throw away over used words and replace with others.  Can be used for homework and modified for other goals.

Writing Workshop Series: Post #1 Writers' Notebooks

A second grade teaching blog by Amanda Madden.

Verbs by Amy Lemons

Amy Lemons - Amy Lemons provides teaching tips and resources for teachers of elementary school students with access to a free resource library.

Amy Lemons provides teaching tips and resources for teachers of elementary school students with access to a free resource library.

What a great poem and activity with the letter y!

The Bandit Y & St. Patricks Day Pictures...

Next week we are on Spring Break! I am so excited to enjoy my week off and catch up on some things I have been meaning to get around to completing. I am also am planning on having a sale at my TPT store today and tomorrow! So if there is something you have been wanting to purchase check out my site for an additional %15 off :) Click below to be directed to my store: Teachers Pay Teachers Last week we learned about the y that sounds like an "e" or "i". I purchased Leslie Ann's packed about…

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Idea for phoneme segmentation practice ... stretch out the sounds on each picture card and match to the correct bucket.

Five for Friday!

Hi there! I'm linking up with Kacey from Doodle Bugs Teaching to share a little about my week! 1. I'll be teaching at a new school ...

Exploring Affixes: Write the affix down. Give an example of a basic word with that affix. Eg. DIS - Dislike. As a class, figure out what it may mean and write down the definition. Students brainstorm examples of other words with those affixes and use dictionaries to see if there is a common meaning for the affix.

ThE MOst DisJoiNteD bLoG pOSt EvEr! (and some affixes!)

This really is probably going to be the most disjointed blog post ever! There were a few different education and non-education topics swirling around in my head, and I'm just going to lump them all into one post. I haven't blogged in a bit for no good reason than it is summer, and I'm being a bit lazy. Every morning, this is the plan: But, then I get distracted. One of my biggest distractions this summer has been this little app: Yes, that devilish little Kindle app on my iPhone! It has been…

Prefixes and Suffixes Anchor Chart for Anchors Away Monday {FREE TASK CARDS!} by Crafting Connections!

Prefixes and Suffixes Anchor Chart {plus FREE task cards!}

Prefixes and Suffixes Anchor Chart! This anchor chart features the most common affixes! A FREE set of task cards is also included in this blog post!

FREE! This fun freebie makes learning nouns much easier than petting a hungry monster! Quick and easy min-lessons make it easy for your second and third graders, and for teachers too!

Chomping Nouns

This fun freebie makes learning nouns much easier than petting a hungry monster! Quick and easy min-lessons make it easy for teachers too! This freebie includes:Teacher notes with mini-lesson ideas and grading keyThree worksheet pages Chomp-A-Noun Fill Him Up Make Your Own Monster and Wo...

anchor chart and lots of other cute ideas...my kids LOVE talking about contractions for some odd reason. this would be fun!

Babbling Abby

Oh mah word, we have had a busy weekend. The kitchen isn't complete, so don't get excited. We're working on a DIY schedule, which means that progress is regularly interrupted by we-don't-know-what-the-heck-we're-doing moments. So, we have to call on the experts. The experts being B's dad and Matt, my brother-in-law, and of course Google. {Please note: My husband is also an expert and is single-handedly attacking this kitchen with more know-how than I could even imagine having. He's kind of…

1st Grade Fantabulous: Back with Printables

Back with Printables

A teacher's blog that has fun activities, tips, and loads of free ideas, centers, and printables.

Synonyms

Five Egg-cellent Ideas with plastic eggs!

Ok, ok....I'll admit it. I went a little nuts buying plastic eggs this year. I was really ok with it until I found a box of plastic eggs that I bought last year! So I really had no choice but to create some EGGCELLENT center ideas! I've put all of my eggs into different baskets so students can choose which center they want to do. 1. Writing Prompts in eggs. I created just a few fun writing prompts and printed them on Avery 5160 labels so that my firsties could stick them into their journals…

synonyms

Yums in the Classroom & Kitchen

Say "synonym rolls" five times fast. Impossible, right? Okay.. maybe not impossible, but rather difficult. I made you do that for a reason.. read on! Read on! While grading our weekly Treasures assessment, I realized that my students struggled identifying synonyms in context. Yikes! I had a few ideas brewing in my head, but thanks to this delightful pin... my plans changed! Luckily, Halloween was the perfect time to whip up a fresh batch of Synonym Rolls. It was the perfect attention-getter…

ADJECTIVES CHART FOR GRADE ONE - Google Search

Classroom Rules: The 3 Bees - Foxwell Forest

Classroom rules are so important! Rules are kind of like the flour in a cookie-without it your classroom will fall flat. Students will flourish when there are high, yet attainable expectations that are set in love and held with consistency. I love these “The 3 Be’s” rules because they are, what I consider, rules for life! ... Read More about Classroom Rules: The 3 Bees