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From Third Grade Thinkers - June 06, 2017
With only nine days to go, I am reviewing past skills and trying to keep students engaged. I want my third graders to enter fourth with the essential ...
From Art Projects for Kids - June 03, 2017
When you leave a graphic design job to start teaching art, you just might find yourself using those skills to … Read More The post NEW Deluxe Line ...
From Margo's Math and More - June 02, 2017
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From An Apple for the Teacher - May 30, 2017
Welcome to our book study of  The Writing Strategies Book:  Your Everything Guide to Developing Skilled Writers  by  Jennifer Serravallo! I am jo...
From Art Projects for Kids - May 28, 2017
With our school?s science room filled with new bugs and worms, it seemed timely to have lady bugs as the … Read More The post Lady Bug Collage appe...
From Innovate. Instruct. Inspire. - May 24, 2017
When you plug your laptop into a Promethean {or other} display, the laptop should automatically switch to Duplicate Mode, which allows you to see the ...
From An Apple for the Teacher - May 22, 2017
Welcome to our book study of  The Writing Strategies Book:  Your Everything Guide to Developing Skilled Writers  by  Jennifer Serravallo! I am jo...
From Innovate. Instruct. Inspire. - May 17, 2017
My mom was (and still is) a super-fast typist. She's an accountant, and I remember being amazed that she could type numbers into her computer program...
From Art Projects for Kids - June 06, 2017
If you collect as much misc. stuff†as I do, then you just might be a good candidate to make some ‚Ķ Read More The post Recycled Robots appeared firs...
From Art Projects for Kids - June 03, 2017
I actually ran out of drawing paper recently and tried out this food wrap (dry wax paper) that was left … Read More The post Symmetrical Drawing ap...
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From Fluttering Through First Grade - June 01, 2017
Father's Day is right around the corner and our class loves showing appreciation for all the special men in their lives.  Since they had such a blas...
From Third Grade Thinkers - May 29, 2017
We are coming to our final weeks of school.  How are you spending your days? I see these last weeks as an opportunity to fine tune our skills.  Mon...
From Inner Pieces Gallery - May 26, 2017
I get it.† Worry is written into the job description of being a parent. ¬† And if your child struggles with academics, like reading, writing, or arith...
From Margo's Math and More - May 23, 2017
How do the old dots and squares games support learning for students? There's a multitude of ways! Find tips on how to make these and 3 completed samp...
From Art Projects for Kids - May 20, 2017
The idea of coloring with chalk over dried glue lines is not new to me, but trying it out on … Read More The post Giant Chalk Self Portrait appeare...
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From Sarah's First Grade Snippets - May 16, 2017
Hello! So I must warn you: This is like a three year photo dump. This post is a collection of pictures and activities that I've used with my 1st-3rd ...
From An Apple for the Teacher - June 05, 2017
Many of you are out of school for the summer!  But, even if you're in full summer relaxation mode, I'm sure you'd love a $25 Teachers pay Teachers g...
From An Apple for the Teacher - June 03, 2017
Welcome to our book study of  The Writing Strategies Book:  Your Everything Guide to Developing Skilled Writers  by  Jennifer Serravallo! I am jo...
From Art Projects for Kids - May 31, 2017
Carp windsocks decorate the landscape of Japan from April through early May, in honor of Children's Day. I love†these inexpensive ‚Ķ Read More The p...
From An Apple for the Teacher - May 29, 2017
It is time for our weekly giveaway! GIVEAWAY DETAILS:    Prize:  $25 Teachers Pay Teachers Gift Card Giveaway Organized by:   Kelly Malloy  (An ...
From Art Projects for Kids - May 24, 2017
If you want to encourage kids to draw tall shapes, it helps to have paper cut to match. MATERIALS ? … Read More The post Tallest Ice Cream Cone app...
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From An Apple for the Teacher - May 22, 2017
This Friday is our last day of school for the 2016-2017 school year!  Even though it is the last few days, I am still planning because I will be tea...
From Art Projects for Kids - May 19, 2017
When your fridge and walls are already filled with your child?s art, have them paint your light switch plates. MATERIALS … Read More The post Paint...
From Art Projects for Kids - May 16, 2017
I find that paper is a good way to introduce kids to weaving as the patterns are more visible than … Read More The post Paper Weaving appeared firs...
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From Art Projects for Kids - June 02, 2017
If you need a Japanese-themed art project, this works well even for kinders. In fact, I love†the ?wobbly? lines of ‚Ķ Read More The post Japanese Fa...
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From Carrberry Creations - May 30, 2017
Preventing the summer learning loss known as "The Summer Slide", is a tremendous†issue †for teachers and schools. Personally, I hate sitting down wit...
From First Grade Fanatics - May 28, 2017
Happy Sunday!  Hope you are all enjoying your weekend and to those of you that are already on summer vacation, ENJOY!  I hope you find some much ne...
From Third Grade Thinkers - May 24, 2017
It is hard to believe that we have less than a month of school left! I came across this picture of our Target Board from back in the beginning of the...
From Art Projects for Kids - May 22, 2017
Drawing a page of ladybugs couldn?t be much easier if you start with†a circle template. Draw†with a permanent black marker ‚Ķ Read More The post Dra...
From Art Projects for Kids - May 17, 2017
This is my favorite way for students to make a scratch art picture, first a black marker drawing, then layers … Read More The post Father's Day Scr...
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