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Greek Ruins!

March 12, 2015
Greek Ruins!

Greek Ruins Aidan studied Greek ruins so I made this coloring sheet to also give him time to practice his multiplication facts! Enjoy! Tweet
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Penguins

March 12, 2015
Penguins

Penguins Who doesn’t love penguins?  Recently Scarlett wanted to study penguins so I made up this math sheet for her.  You can change the problems to meet the needs of your students. Enjoy!   Tweet
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Inventors and their Inventions

October 17, 2014
Inventors and their Inventions

My students are exploring the inventions of the 1800’s.  There are a wealth of inventions from that time period.  They selected the invention that they wanted to learn more about and are researching the inventor.  In a week they will be participating as the inventor in our “Conversations with the Inventor” event as the...
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Self-Portraits in the Style of Eric Carle

August 20, 2014
Self-Portraits in the Style of Eric Carle

                    We did this project for Father’s Day – it was a lose interpretation that we are all pieces of our ancestors and I was very pleased how they turned out. I started by sharing the art of Eric Carle.  My students were aware of...
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Putting Wow Into Beginning Writing!

March 23, 2014
Putting Wow Into Beginning Writing!

Beginning writing I had the opportunity to attend a workshop put on by Lori Jamison Rog. She was a wonderful presenter and really provided many ideas that I could apply the next day! My students have loved the clear ideas and characters she developed.  Their writing has definitely bloomed!  They have gone from writing...
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What Fun – Making Your Own Marble Maze!

July 2, 2013
What Fun – Making Your Own Marble Maze!

Marble Maze My summer camp kids had a blast making their own marble maze.  I was amazed that none of them had ever played with one before!  So first each one adding one piece of a group maze and that was enough to inspire them to make their own.  Great fun! I had some...
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The Solar System in Bright Colors!

July 1, 2013
The Solar System in Bright Colors!

Solar System These marvelous pictures were made using water colors on white paper.   My students first painted the planets on the white paper and while they were drying they splashed water colors on the black paper for the background of stars. This part is best done outside!  When the planets were dry, it was...
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Arbor Day!

April 22, 2013
Arbor Day!

Arbor Day What a natural – Earth Day and Arbor Day (no pun intended)!  This year the Arbor Day Foundation will plant trees in the national forests from donations for you.  Commemorate a child’s birth with a tree in one of America’s national forests! They also have on their website lots of ideas for...
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Where in the World…?

February 28, 2013
Where in the World…?

Making Geography Fun Remember this game? Well, I do!  It is fun but for my students, although very bright, I think it would be hard at first since it covers the globe, so I had an idea! Why not make our own version? I’m going to wear a big safari-type hat and explain to...
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March is Reading Month – How to Make it Fun?

February 19, 2013
March is Reading Month – How to Make it Fun?

We are currently reading “Stuart Little”. My students have really enjoyed listening to this tale! It is so well done and clever! I was thinking about reading month, “What to do?” I could do the pizza slices (kids love food!).  They would get a  different color slice for each different genre that they read. ...
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