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back to school: This is set up for 4th grade but can be used for beginning of the year discussions of expectations. I did this with very similar questions for my third graders (and added a few) and it was a great start to the year with clear expectations


eye anatomy and experiments #función de relación #educación


Libros del colegio para imprimir


Narrative Writing Mentor Texts

Great suggestions for Narrative Writing Mentor Texts. I especially love the anchor chart and book choice for adding dialogue into a story!


Some say love at first sight doesn't exist, but I've fallen in love with several authors without even seeing them.

Third Grade Thinkers: August 2011; Read the first chapter on the first day of school. Make a word map of "feeling" words. Make a pictograph of how students feel: excited, nervous, sad

5 Data-Driven Math Websites for Students

Upper Elementary Snapshots: 5 Data-Driven Math Websites for Students

Erica Bohrer's First Grade: Essential Questions

Reading Street in 1st Grade

A basal?! You use a basal?!? This is one of the most common questions/emails I receive through blogging, and I have to admit it is something I was very nervous about when moving schools. I never student-taught in a classroom with a basal, and when teaching 5th grade I solely relied on the Common Core....