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One to One Correspondence & Counting Growing Bundle! This is a complete print and go set with no worksheets, just hands on activities. Laminate for durability and use year after year. Themes include: food, fall, winter, Christmas, and more. $
Time constraints sometimes cause us to short-change the rich post-build activities like group discussion, but don't do it! Taking the time to let students discuss and reflect on the end product as well as the entire PROCESS is absolutely crucial to developing skills and making meaning of the whole challenge.
Area Review (Parallelograms, Triangles, Trapezoids, and more!)
Three hands-on activities for studying the life of Rosa Parks! Students can choose between creating a big galoot, a circlebook, or an agamograph as they research and report on this remarkable woman. This package makes a great resource for a unit on civil rights, black history month, women's history month, or writing biographies.
Christmas Lights Clipart
6 colorful Christmas tree lights, 6 'glowing' Christmas tree lights, and 1 string of glowing lights for your worksheets, presentations, websites and blogs ready for the festive season.
How to Hack the Dreaded Teacher Observation Rubric to Save You Time
Teachers, are you looking for tips and ideas to hack your teacher observation rubric? On the list of look fors is the student-led rubric. Gain extra points for your lesson in most elementary, middle school, or high school classrooms. This basic template of free information will make going down your checklist of items super simple! Your feedback is all you need in second grade, third grade, fourth grade, and beyond! #teacherobservationhack #studentledrubric #elementary #middleschool…