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Hippo Hooray for Second Grade!: Linky Party: Back to School Books

Hippo Hooray for Second Grade!: Linky Party: Back to School Books

Favorite Read Alouds for the First Week of School from Teaching Fourth

Favorite Read Alouds for the First Week of School

Childrens books Favorite Read Alouds for the First Week of School from Teaching Fourth

AWESOME lesson for beginning the new school year.

Spaghetti In A Hot Dog Bun: : Having the Courage to Be Who You Are by Maria Dismondy A great story about bullying and being exactly who you are despite what others say. Being courageous takes courage!

Great book to use to teach about tattling! I even created a "Problem Porker" in my classroom.  He's a stuffed pig that sits atop our classroom mailbox.  Each week, students write down problems they have and "mail" them to the class.  We then discuss how to solve them.

Don't Squeal Unless It's a Big Deal: A Tale of Tattletales by Jeanie Franz Ransom illustrated by Jackie Urbanovic The original person who posted said----"Great book to teach the difference between tattling and informing"

BIG Updates to help you Label Your Classroom Library… Now Featuring Accelerated Reader Labels

BIG Updates to help you Label Your Classroom Library… Now Featuring Accelerated Reader Labels

BIG Updates to help you Label Your Classroom Library… Now Featuring Accelerated Reader Labels - Kinder Craze

For all of you who love chevron design, this is my latest tool that will help you organize your classroom library. As always, it is colorful and bright. This kit includes labels for book boxes, a reading level growth chart for the whole year, and a color coded correlation chart. I have redesigned this product and included Fountas and Pinell, DRA, and Lexile reading levels.

Chevron Design Reading Level Labels

This kit includes labels for book boxes, a reading level growth chart for the whole year, and a color coded correlation chart. I have redesigned this product and included Fountas and Pinell, DRA, and Lexile reading levels.

Ten ideas for student participation during Open House or Meet the Teacher

It's Erin from The Elementary Darling! Summer has been flying and I go back to work tomorrow! so today I am going to chat about what your new students can do during Open House. I have enjo

A fun take on morning work. Morning Warm Up.  I like the Friday idea.  Playdough, pipecleaners, etc to practice spelling or sight words.

Morning Warm Up - Magazine Monday, Tune-Up Tuesday (reading poetry with a partner), Word Search Wednesday (using sight words), Think Outside the Box Thursday (creative drawing), Fidget with it Friday (sight words with manipulatives).

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