My kids love 3-D shapes even more than they love 2-D shapes! They are super excited to learn everything they can about them, so that makes my job very easy. As always, hands-on exploration is essential in order for students to develop a solid understanding of 3-D shapes. So we play and explore a lot! I let the kids explore 3-D shapes by building, stacking, rolling, etc. Then, together, we create an achor chart. We describe the shapes using both formal and informal language (so the kids can…
The Tower of Books Reading Challenge
Replace that hum-drum reading log and Infuse new life into students' independent reading, at school or at home, with the "Tower of Books" Challenge! Perfect for a summer reading challenge or an alternative to the stuck-in-a-rut reading log assignment. Printable and DIGITAL versions included!The chal...
Phoneme Substitution Fluency & Fitness Brain Breaks
This activity helps students get the wiggles out while practicing sound substitution and phonemic awareness. Your class will learn how to make new words, just by changing 1 sound. Students BEG to do this! Teachers love the chance to get their kids up and moving without losing instructional time. This bundle includes 4 sets of digital flashcards to help your students read and build CVC words. Each slideshow has a variety of exercises for students to do with 25 words per game.
Asking for and Giving Directions in English - Learn English with Harry 👴
🔴Here you will learn how to give and ask for directions in English. If you like travelling, you need to learn these phrases.
Plane Shapes Song & Activities - School and the City
Use this plane shapes song in your elementary classroom to help your 2nd grade students remember vocabulary and attributes of 2D shapes.
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Module 1: Place Value, Addition & Subtraction
Place Value chart love this. I want to make a layout and laminate it. Then it can be used over and over again. Also you could attach baggies and the students could add the model blocks instead of drawing them. Can't wait this will be perfect for my second graders :)
Kirsten Rickert on Instagram: “A friend was asking me about these today and it struck me to share the Waldorf multiplication flowers here again too (sorry to those who…”
“A friend was asking me about these today and it struck me to share the Waldorf multiplication flowers here again too (sorry to those who have seen this 3…”