Encontrar cosas en común

Encontrar cosas en común

Spelling roll a word! Great idea to modify for vocab activity, maybe even including this with partners/group

Spelling roll a word! Great idea to modify for vocab activity, maybe even including this with partners/group

Cómo hacer un libro a partir de un folio

Cómo hacer un libro a partir de un folio

FREE Printable Fraction Flowers - what a fun way for visualize fractions (math, math activity, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 1st grade)

Fraction Flowers with Paper Plates

FREE Printable Fraction Flowers - what a fun way for visualize fractions (math, math activity, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 1st grade)

Reading Tri-folds available on this website.  Three different types - Blank to adapt, generic fiction, generic nonfiction. Also, tri-folds for some novels.  All FREE!

Reading Tri-folds available on this website. Three different types - Blank to adapt, generic fiction, generic nonfiction. Also, tri-folds for some novels. All FREE!

The teacher-approved K12 app. Try our language arts and math practice. The pioneering IXL app puts math and language arts practice right at your fingertips. Boasting all the functionality of IXL’s website as well as a host of unique tablet-only features, it engages kids by making practice really feel like play. Download it for iPad, Android and Kindle today for free.

The teacher-approved K12 app. Try our language arts and math practice. The pioneering IXL app puts math and language arts practice right at your fingertips. Boasting all the functionality of IXL’s website as well as a host of unique tablet-only features, it engages kids by making practice really feel like play. Download it for iPad, Android and Kindle today for free.

Guided Reading Resources - Amazing blog post!

Guided Reading Resources - Amazing blog post!

What a fun project! Point of view, how characters see their world

What a fun project! Point of view, how characters see their world

How to Blow a Bubble...  First, students chewed a piece of gum.  Then they wrote a paragraph about how to blow a bubble using transition words  such as first, next, and last. Finally, they created a picture of themselves and attached a balloon to their picture so it looks like they are blowing a bubble!!

How to Blow a Bubble... First, students chewed a piece of gum. Then they wrote a paragraph about how to blow a bubble using transition words such as first, next, and last. Finally, they created a picture of themselves and attached a balloon to their picture so it looks like they are blowing a bubble!!

The Crafty Classroom Printables (Includes Scientific Methods, Science Activities, Math Mats, & More)

The Crafty Classroom Printables (Includes Scientific Methods, Science Activities, Math Mats, & More)

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