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Panda Bear Coloring Sheet!

February 18, 2012
Panda Bear Coloring Sheet!

    Panda Bears Olivia is studying panda bears so I made this sheet to help reinforce addition and subtraction facts.  Feel free to change the equations to fit the needs of your child. The code is: Dark green = 15 Light green = 10 Black = 16 White = 17 Brown = 18...
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Astronaut Coloring Sheet!

February 17, 2012
Astronaut Coloring Sheet!

    Astronaut Henry is studying astronauts.  This coloring sheet covers multiplication facts and reviews addition and subtraction facts.  Feel free to change the equations to fit the needs of your child/students. The codes are: Black = 32 White = 24 Yellow = 18 Green = 27 Blue = 35 Red = 42 Light...
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Performing a Play of “Because of Winn-Dixie”

February 14, 2012
Performing a Play of “Because of Winn-Dixie”

      Performing a play of Because of Winn-Dixie by Kate DiCamillo After reading, “Because of Winn-Dixie” my reading group performed a short play for the rest of the class.  My students were thrilled to do it and I thought others might enjoy it too! From the picture, you can tell my students...
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Shivan’s Endangered Animals Math Coloring Sheet!

January 30, 2012
Shivan’s Endangered Animals Math Coloring Sheet!

Endangered Animals Shivan asked for a math coloring sheet like the one I had made him last year.  He is studying endangered animals this year.  The sheet reinforces his multiplication, division and fraction equivalents that he is currently working on. Feel free to change the equations to fit the needs of your child/students. The...
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Joshua’s Ocean Study Math Sheet!

January 29, 2012
Joshua’s Ocean Study Math Sheet!

Ocean This is a coloring sheet I drew for one of my older students studying oceans.  He is working on multiplication, division and equivalent fractions. Feel free to change the equations to fit your child’s / student’s needs. Have fun!  Didn’t Joshua do a good job on this! The code is: Tan = 56...
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Powerful Segregation Simulation

January 12, 2012
Powerful Segregation Simulation

I’ve done this activity to help my students get a better understanding to intolerance. It is a powerful activity that effects everyone involved. It is based on a similar activity done in 1968, the day after Martin Luther King Jr. was shot. This is a video taken 2 years later of the teacher, called...
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Introducing Fractions

January 6, 2012
Introducing Fractions

Fun ways to introduce Fractions Looking for a way to introduce fractions to your students?  Start very concrete to make them as real as possible. One way is to cut up a Hershey’s Chocolate Bar to get the idea that fractions have to be equal pieces.  If you cut it into to unequal pieces...
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Secret Agent Spelling!

January 2, 2012
Secret Agent Spelling!

  Secret Agent Kids like to pretend to be powerful and all knowing.  This spelling practice can be done by the youngest students and still enjoyed by the oldest too!  They come up with their own codes. Save Tweet
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Literature Circles

January 1, 2012
Literature Circles

  Literature Circles Literature Circles are great and there are a lot of ways to do them.  I was assigning my students different “jobs” but I felt like some of the students were missing out of the vocabulary building and summarizing work that they needed more practice at, so I came up with this...
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Reporting on “Chasing Vermeer”

November 2, 2011
Reporting on “Chasing Vermeer”

While reading “Chasing Vermeer” I found some Vermeer websites to show my students so of his art work.  Then they did this activity of being a reporter for the Hype Park Times.  They could select through paintings by artists, what kind of article (mystery, art fans from outer space, time travel, inventions and honors...
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