Louise Utch
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Included in this pack are 2 sets of 32 loop cards. The cat set link analogue and digital times to 5 minute intervals e.g. 11:40 and 9:25. The dog set also link analogue and digital time but using 24 hour clock times e.g. 22:40 and 02:35. They are also using times to the 5 minute intervals. #education #time

Included in this pack are 2 sets of 32 loop cards. The cat set link analogue and digital times to 5 minute intervals e.g. 11:40 and 9:25. The dog set also link analogue and digital time but using 24 hour clock times e.g. 22:40 and 02:35. They are also using times to the 5 minute intervals. #education #time

Giant clock from hula hoops

⏰Race the Clock⏰ This was a fun activity for my kiddos. I would shout out a time and whoever illustrated it correctly gained a point for their team. We used ⭕️hula hoops⭕️ to portray the clock outline.

Just a little crime scene in the classroom today! Who's your neighbor? The students had five different bags of trash (five different neighbors). They had to sort through the evidence to make inferences about each piece all leading up to drawing a final conclusion. Did one of these neighbors commit the crime? #investigation #textevidence #inferences #conclusions #teachersofinstagram #setthestagetoengage

Just a little crime scene in the classroom today! Who's your neighbor? The students had five different bags of trash (five different neighbors). They had to sort through the evidence to make inferences about each piece all leading up to drawing a final conclusion. Did one of these neighbors commit the crime? #investigation #textevidence #inferences #conclusions #teachersofinstagram #setthestagetoengage

"Who Kidnapped Our Principal??" is an engaging activity that brings drawing conclusions and making inferences to LIFE. Students will LOVE this. Create a crime scene and let students infer what each piece of evidence means about the suspect. Students analyze suspects by highlighting what connects them to the crime scene.Included:Top Secret Agent BadgesSuspect DescriptionsStep by Step lesson guidesCrime scene investigation page

"Who Kidnapped Our Principal?" is an engaging activity that brings drawing conclusions and making inferences to LIFE. Create a crime scene and let students infer

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Boston Massacre CSI~ Check out this great post for creating a dynamic lesson where students investigate primary sources and support their claims with evidence. Link to all materials and lesson details.

Middle School OCD - Crime Scene observation: spool many ways to work this. Going to do x y coordinates and inferencing skills. Math and La unite

set up a 'crime scene'-students draw inferences, writing project, and/or do some related forensic science experiments ~ love this idea. maybe not a crime scene for my kiddos but something similar

My kids had so much fun staging a crime scene investigation and becoming detectives for a day!  The and cases activities were easy to plan and the inferencing unit was easy to teach.

My kids had so much fun staging a crime scene investigation and becoming detectives for a day! The and cases activities were easy to plan and the inferencing unit was easy to teach.

Inspired by a few other teachers and the Diary of the Wimpy Kid Books, this reflection journal is great for kids on the spectrum who love to draw.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid Inspired Reflection Journal. Easy to design on your own in Word with the strategies you want for your student or child.