Robin Tee

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Teaching the Skeletal System

Teaching the skeletal system has never been more fun! Your kids will love learning all about bones using these fun and engaging activities and books, perfect for students in kindergarten, first grade, and second grade. The human body can be so interesting

show what you know with ten-frames.pdf

show what you know with ten-frames.

Happy friday! First off, did you notice anything different about my blog? :) I got a blog makeover! I am SO happy with how it turned out! I...

Happy friday! First off, did you notice anything different about my blog? :) I got a blog makeover! I am SO happy with how it turned out! I...

Hey Friends ! I wanted to highlight some quick and easy phonics activities that I've been using. This post is probably going to be a bit l...

I wanted to highlight some quick and easy phonics activities that I've been using.

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The other day, I came across this awesome student reflection page by Inspire Me, ASAP! I'm always looking for ways to help students gain awareness over their actions as well as insight into their s...

The other day, I came across this awesome student reflection page by Inspire Me, ASAP! I’m always looking for ways to help students gain awareness over their actions as well as insight into t…

Practice symmetry by drawing and coloring these silly monsters! Perfect for math centers, early finishers and homework. This fun activity includes 6 monsters, each with three levels of difficulty. Great for grades K to 4.

Practice symmetry by drawing and coloring these silly monsters! Perfect for math centers, early finishers and homework. This fun activity includes 6 monsters, each with three levels of difficulty. Great for grades K to

Addition and Subtraction Strategies FREEBIE! - Mandy's Tips for Teachers

However, they are still verrry similar to the previous Common Core. These “Georgia Standards of Excellence” still have much of the same (if not …