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This is a poem I made for my students to read and practice writing their numbers in the Handwriting Without Tears style. I model each number on the board one at a time while saying the rhyme and then have my students practice by using their fingers to draw on the palm of their hand.

This is a poem I made for my students to read and practice writing their numbers in the Handwriting Without Tears style. I model each number on the board one at a time while saying the rhyme and then have my students practice by using their fingers to draw on the palm of their hand.

Vertebrate invertebrate cootie-catcher activity. Part of our classification unit https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Classifying-Plants-and-Animals-Full-Unit-2952367

Vertebrate invertebrate cootie-catcher activity. Part of our classification unit https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Classifying-Plants-and-Animals-Full-Unit-2952367

Teaching Skills for the 21st Century: Creativity

Teaching Skills for the 21st Century: Creativity

KS3 Artwork Analysis Sheet (Made by Miss Allen). If you're a user experience professional, listen to The UX Blog Podcast on iTunes.

KS3 Artwork Analysis Sheet (Made by Miss Allen). If you're a user experience professional, listen to The UX Blog Podcast on iTunes.

Applying Bloom's Taxonomy to the Classroom https://www.eyeoneducation.com/Blog/articleType/ArticleView/articleId/2724/Infographic-Applying-Blooms-Taxonomy-in-Your-Classroom

Applying Bloom's Taxonomy to the Classroom https://www.eyeoneducation.com/Blog/articleType/ArticleView/articleId/2724/Infographic-Applying-Blooms-Taxonomy-in-Your-Classroom

You can find lots of research that clearly shows that brain breaks increase academic achievement, help with concentration, boost on-task behavior, improve student attitudes...but actually, you can walk into any elementary classroom, on any day and see for yourself. Kids need brain breaks like teachers need chocolate...every day...the more often,...

You can find lots of research that clearly shows that brain breaks increase academic achievement, help with concentration, boost on-task behavior, improve student attitudes...but actually, you can walk into any elementary classroom, on any day and see for yourself. Kids need brain breaks like teachers need chocolate...every day...the more often,...

First Grade Fancy: I'm done! Now what? {Famous words}

First Grade Fancy: I'm done! Now what? {Famous words}

Brain Breaks in the Elementary Classroom! - Wise Guys

Brain Breaks in the Elementary Classroom! - Wise Guys

3rd grade classroom themes | ... board for to occupy students that finsih early in the classroom

3rd grade classroom themes | ... board for to occupy students that finsih early in the classroom

7 First week of school activities for high schoolers by evelyn

7 First week of school activities for high schoolers by evelyn