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Idea of giving each student 2 dots of their own (one to decorate with cool colors and one with warm colors)

love these collaborative pieces: could name these "Our Cool Dot" "Our Warm Dot" after reading "The Dot" and giving each student 2 dots of their own (one to decorate with cool colors and one with warm colors)

Host a Classroom Book Tasting! Your students will love sampling new books with this fun lesson!

File this under lessons that must be repeated multiple times throughout the year! I hosted my very first classroom Book Tasting yesterday, and my students were ALL IN! Book Tastings are a wonderful w

Writing Help - Show Don't Tell

This useful chart can be used to show students the difference between showing details in their writing and telling about something. It lists skills personality

White air dry clay decorated with sharpies on the outside, and bold paint on the inside!  ~ link is dead

White air dry clay decorated with sharpies on the outside, and bold paint on the inside! ~ link is dead White air dry clay decorated with sharpies on the outside,…

Author's purpose "PIE" (persuade, inform, entertain) What a great visual! by Laura Deall

author's make their own "pie" using 2 paper plates and printable- would also be a good idea to have students write a book they read with that purpose under each flap

Posters that are downloadable for $5  www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Maori-Whakatauki-Maori-Proverbs-2767314

Posters with Maori Proverbs. Contains 20 posters with Maori proverbs perfect for mainstream or immersion classrooms.

Free Printable - Double Digit Addition (without regrouping)

FREE Double Digit Addition (without regrouping) - 2 pages, 12 addition problems each. These pages are great for students who have difficulty with spacing and lining up their numbers.

Learning Spelling Words ...How can you make this tedious activity fun and…

How can you make this tedious activity fun and engaging for your students? Check out how I get my students EXCITED about learning how to spell their weekly spelling words!