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One of the easiest ways to build community in our classroom has definitely been our Shout Out board! We’ve filled it twice and students love giving compliments and receiving them! All the shout outs are taken down and then given to each student on a template to keep (next pic). Starting with a clean slate tomorrow! Frames are kept on each table group (scroll to see pics) and students can get up at any time to give shout outs to their classmates and place on our board. It makes a powerful stat...
Rated G Movies with Lesson Extensions for Teachers - Mrs. D's Corner
Rated G movie list with lesson plans and extensions for each movie. Movie Day in school is a rare, but special occurrence for students. Teachers have to ask for approval to watch a movie with our students.This curated list of 25 Rated G movies contains – spoiler alert – G rated movies that you can watch in your classroom, as well as lesson extensions and ideas that you can use to help you plan for Movie Day. Blog Post at Mrs. D's Corner.
STEM Engineering: Will building a tower with newspaper REALLY benefit my students?
Awesome STEM engineering project with basic household materials! Fun way for kids to practice essential science skills (measurement, creating a hypothesis, conducting an experiment, using science tools, thinking like a scientist, and more) in a short amount of time.