What a wonderful idea for an interactive bulletin board! I love it!

Multiplication array chart: This would be THE coolest thing for a team to post in the hallway. Kids can contribute array illustrations for the chart. Maybe our team can do this next week.

Book-opoly Bulletin Board - Thinking of changing the "properties" to 100 Book Challenges reading activities.

Book-opoly Bulletin Board - Thinking of changing the "properties" to 100 Book Challenges reading activities. Oh, I might use a board like this for my 40 book challenge next year!

Scrabble Wall | 31 Incredible Bulletin Boards For Back To School

31 Incredible Bulletin Boards For Back To School

"Writing on the Wall" Grade Level Hallway Display--Awesome, Awesome, Awesome idea! Would work well with Scrabble letters. This would be a great "Word Wall" decoration.

A great way to get students to think about other words that could mean the same thing. Jennifer Mosansky

No more "said" Here's a way to display the various words to use instead of said. Clever idea for a creative writing exercise.

Word Choice Craftivity... perfect for the month of October, but could be used any time of the year! $

Word Choice Halloween Craftivity: The Dull Word Graveyard

Shakespeare's Hashtag Of The Week: Eye-catching classroom quote display

Shakespeare posters: hashtag quotes

Shakespeare's Hashtag Of The Week: Eye-catching classroom quote display Too cheesy but I like the idea of a weekly famous quote.

Create a "Shakespeare's Tweet of The Week" board that include actual quotes from Shakespeare's plays that are still relevant today. The hashtag (#) will tell your students what Shakespearean text the quote came from.

Shakespeare posters: hashtag quotes

This could work no matter what novel/play/story we're working with, as a Do Now. It'll help focus the kids, while still giving them something to smile about

Interactive number line for teaching number sense with whole numbers

Using Interactive Number Lines to Support Number Sense

Learn how to use interactive number lines in your classroom to teach whole numbers, fractions and decimals. Use this fun and interactive math activity to develop conceptual understanding all students.

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