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Great idea to keep track of Missing Work. Students take their post-it off and attach it to their late work. Picture only

Great idea to keep track of Missing Work. Students take their post-it off and attach it to their late work. Picture only

Ideas for setting up anchor-chart friendly bulletin boards!

Home - Learning at the Primary Pond

I have to confess – I’ve never been one of those teachers who loved doing bulletin boards. When I was in my teacher training program, I did NOT long for the day that I’d put up my own butcher paper, borders, and die-cut letters. I’ve always thought bulletin boards were a little bit of a […]

How to set up your classroom to support the Common Core Standards

How to set up your classroom to support the Common Core Standards - Pencils and Pancakes

How to set up your classroom to support the Common Core Standards

Middle school Bulletin board  Cool first day idea  Have students think of the adjectives!

25 Creative Bulletin Board Ideas for Kids

Middle school Bulletin board Cool first day idea Have students think of the adjectives!

Teaching With a Mountain View: Anchor Charts--> all of these are absolutely wonderful and I plan to use them a lot this year!!!

Anchor Charts - Teaching with a Mountain View

Anchor Charts Over the years, I have created dozens of anchor charts in my classroom. I am a huge proponent of creating anchor charts with my students, and I strongly believe that the perfect anchor chart isn’t always pretty. The posts below feature many of my anchor charts. Featured Products Literal Vs. Inferential Comprehension Task ... Read more

Teaching With a Mountain View: Anchor Charts--> all of these are absolutely wonderful and I plan to use them a lot this year!!!

Anchor Charts - Teaching with a Mountain View

Anchor Charts Over the years, I have created dozens of anchor charts in my classroom. I am a huge proponent of creating anchor charts with my students, and I strongly believe that the perfect anchor chart isn’t always pretty. The posts below feature many of my anchor charts. Featured Products Literal Vs. Inferential Comprehension Task ... Read more

oreo graphic organizer | Persuasive Writing (OREO Method) Upper Elementary

Persuasive Writing (OREO Method) Upper Elementary

This pack includes notes on persuasive writing, a poster to use on its own or turn it into an anchor chart, a list of persuasive writing questions, a graphic organizer, a list of picture books that may help you teach persuasive writing, and themed paper. This pack is intended for upper elementary st...

Crimes Against Grammar - This hilarious video is a must see for all English Language teachers.

Crimes Against Grammar

Crimes Against Grammar - This hilarious video is a must see for all English Language teachers.

Crimes Against Grammar - This hilarious video is a must see for all English Language teachers.

Crimes Against Grammar

Crimes Against Grammar - This hilarious video is a must see for all English Language teachers.

STEM idea: One of the most popular challenges is the Spaghetti Tower (sometimes called Marshmallow Tower) challenge. It's actually a completely doable, fun way for your kids to experiment, collaborate, and problem solve.

Our First STEM Challenge!

I've heard the term STEM being thrown around quite a lot over the past couple of years. I knew it stood for Science Technology Engineering ...

Love these smart "P" rules.

Classroom Rules Poster Multi-Colored

These posters measure 24" x 36" and will need to be printed on an oversized printer. Or you can scale it down when printing to fit onto a smaller page. It is a high resolution pdf file. I've included multiple colors; burgandy, teal and violet. UPDATE!: Just added two posters with white background ...

Use Post-It notes to have students write how they view a character. You can repeat the prompt numerous times through out the text, as students evaluate how the character has changed. This activity worked wonderfully with Macbeth

Teaching Resources & Lesson Plans

Use Post-It notes to have students write how they view a character. You can repeat the prompt numerous times through out the text, as students evaluate how the character has changed. This activity worked wonderfully with Macbeth

So many of these are great to incorporate into team building activities.

un-official guide to "Minute To Win It." games

The un-official guide to "Minute To Win It." games on NBC