Tina Krstevski

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WritingFix: a 6-Trait Writing Lesson that uses Grandpa's Teeth by Rod Clement

Grandpa's Teeth (Mentor Text for: Ideas, Word Choice) Age Range: 4 - 8 years Grade Level: Preschool - 3 Series: Trophy Picture Books Paperback: 32 pages Publisher: HarperCollins (March Language: English 0064435571

Great mentor texts to use for for modeled writing - Teaching children how to be authors is one of my all time favorite writing activities. It& a joy to see children create their own stories.

Bulletin board/wall art idea: have students trace their hand and arm on tagboard. Search through magazines for images, words, designs and colors that describes their personality and collage their hand. Each student can also cut out the letters of their name as a final touch.

Bulletin board/wall art idea: have students trace their hand and arm on tagboard. Search through magazines for images, words, designs and colors that describes their personality and collage their hand. Each student can also cut out the letters of their

Macrame Plant Hangers, Plant Hanger Diy, Crochet Plant Hanger, Macrame Patterns, Family Crafts, Plant Holders, Hanging Planters, Macrame Knots, House Plants, Homework, Hanging Plants, Garden Box Raised, Indoor House Plants, Container Plants

There's not a better way to understand the power and importance of a community than taking part in creating one yourself. Towns and cities around the world are filled with incredibly diverse neighborhood blocks --so why don't we let the students design their own? By incorporating geometry, writing, and organizational design skills students can do just that, build their own city block. Building My Block is a project based learning -PBL- activity that asks students to design their own block…

There's not a better way to understand the power and importance of a community than taking part in creating one yourself. Towns and cities around the world are filled with incredibly diverse neighborhood blocks --so why don't we let the students design th