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The {4th Grade} Journey: Getting to know your teacher!


Fun FREE way to practice classroom procedures the first week of school. Have 3rd grade or 4th grade students complete this classroom procedures "Find Somebody Who."

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Procedures for the 1st Week of School

Dare I say it…it is almost time to head back to school.  We have three more weeks before we go back.  I cannot believe how fast the summer has gone.  I swear it was just May last week! Last year, I posted a list of procedures to teach on the first week of school. As we...Read More »

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Questions to Ask About Reading Freebie!

Are parents always asking you how they can help their students become better readers? This list of questions is a quick way to help!


Includes a free printable! Practicing procedures over and over again at the beginning of the school year can get a little boring. Here are 17 different ways to review procedures with your 3rd grade, 4th grade, or 5th grade class!


Upper Elementary Snapshots

Upper Elementary Snapshots: Back-to-School Routines & Procedures More


Sparkles, Smiles, and Successful Students: 4th grade Lots and lots of ideas on this blog


Fun in First Grade: Procedures for the 1st Week of School

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Fall Math Centers: Multiplication Pumpkin Puzzles

These Multiplication Pumpkin Puzzles are great for fall math centers, review, early and fast finishers, enrichment, GATE, and critical thinking skills. Any student that needs a lesson in perseverance will benefit from these puzzles. With this fun game format your students will stay engaged while practicing necessary skills! Use them in your third or fourth grade classroom! Low prep - just print, cut, and go! Print on cardstock and you have games that last a LONG time! 3rd & 4th Grade $

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4th Grade "Back to School" Unit, Introduction, Procedures, And More

Start your 4th grade year off right, with these fun creative "back to school" activities! This unit includes introductory activities, procedural and expectation activities as well as exciting "get to know you" fun. From writing a "Top Twenty" hit about the expectations, to alliterating the rules, to a poster competition, or even creating a self-esteem timeline, your students will be fully engaged from day one. Move away from the same boring and dull "back to school routines and strategies…