Lee Jarvis
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spelling for kids

Spelling Fun way to practice making words! Explore spelling with playdough. Partner students and have one read the word to the other. The student listening has to stamp the word into the playdough using single letter stamps.

Awesome ideas for differentiation in the classroom.  Choice boards based on Bloom and Gardner, UbD resources, etc.  Great resource!

Heres to differentiation! Awesome ideas for differentiation in the classroom. Choice boards based on Bloom and Gardner, UbD resources, etc.

toss 'n talk ball. first day activity. But with a soccer ball.

toss n talk ball.fun for all adges.fun questions or task kids have to complete.must answer the question or complete the task under their right thumb. Would be great for a first slumber party game. Let the girls get to know each other.

Punctuation Print #Illustration #Punctuation

Punctuation cheat-sheet: yes, this would be great for the classroom, but I also wish that everyone in the English-speaking world would read and reference.

Classroom Management Strategies

Shut up! Basically what I tell my students a thousand times a day. So posting this outside my classroom.

parts of a paragraph

Parts of a Paragraph - Printable Alphabet, Grammar, Writing and Reading Teacher Resources :: Teach This Classroom poster

NOISE...removing one letter at a time when our voice level gets too loud. When NO is left, there is NO more talking!

NOISE…remove one letter at a time when students' voice level gets too loud. When NO is left, there is NO more talking allowed. Good reminders for indoor recess or group work

Building a paragraph is like building a strong house you can't knock down!  I LOVE IT! All of the parts matter and it's aligned with Common Core Writing Standards 1 & 2

aligned with Common Core Writing Standards 1 & 2 - I would switch the roof and foundation. I think it makes more sense to build from the bottom up. The topic sentence should be the foundation and the closing sentence should protect your paragraph.