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Just getting started with Google Classroom? Check out this post to learn how to use Google Slides, what you can do with Google Classroom, and how to set it up! This tutorial will provide you with a step-by-step plan!

Students can practice adding and subtracting fractions with these 3 color by code coloring activities. The first worksheet has 8 problems that involve adding fractions. Students will then use their answers and the code to color kaleidoscope bookmarks. The second worksheet is similar but involves subtracting fractions. The third activity has 18 problems. It includes both fraction addition & subtraction. This code is used to complete a full page kaleidoscope puzzle.

Memory Book ~ End of Year Memories! ~This Year Rocked! ~ Students can create a 10 page memory book by cutting each full sheet in half and stapling. Perfect to get you through the end of May or June. Each page has a place to write and illustrate a memory for the following topics:Write about a funny ...

Introduce action & irregular verbs with these PRINTABLE -&- DIGITAL No prep grammar worksheets and answer keys! Pages included:Action Irregular Verbs Forms of be Main & Helping Regular Past Tense Verbs Past with Helping Posters __________________________________...

This end of the year project includes 2 pages that, when copied back-to-back, turn into the cutest little end of the year flip book! The front of this end of year book has 4 flaps labeled: A Funny Memory, My Favorite Activity, I Learned.., and My Hope for Next Year. The back has a picture of a schoo...

Cursive writing was supposed to be dead by now. The Common Core standards no longer required teaching it, and people didn’t seem to mind. However, cursive has displayed a gritty staying power.

The Ultimate Math Championship is a FUN and easy way to help 4th, 5th, & 6th grade students practice math skills. This is a growing bundle that currently includes: Place Value, Multiplication, Division, Geometry (volume, area, perimeter). I host the championship after teaching each concept. These are matching games that are played for several rounds. Students become paired with others at their level. The student or students with the most rounds won is crowned the classroom Ultimate…

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Let’s talk Google Classroom! This tutorial teaches you how to use Google Slides, what you can do with it, and how to easily set it up. You can also set up a Google Classroom account from your personal gmail just to explore. My introduction will walk you through it step-by-step!

This resource provides structured worksheets to aid in speech preparation and public speaking. It applies to informative, demonstrative, and persuasive speeches. Rubrics are included.Page 1: Speech Planning Outline (informational or demonstrative) 2: Example Speech 3: General Speech Body Outline (Main Points, Sub Points, Transitions) 4, 5: Persuasive Speech Outline 6: Citing Sources Instructions 7: Notecard Template / Source Citing Practice 8, 9…

These cute "Where are we?" signs can be laminated and placed on your door when your class heads to other places on campus. Late students, parents, and classroom helpers, will know where to find you when you are visiting the computer lab, library, or at PE on the playground. There is also a sign that...

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Check out our giant list of FREE activities to do with kids at home! Also, if your child has to miss school for a couple weeks, or you’re just looking to give them an academic boost, you may want to add a home school element. Check out a few of my favorite grade level specific projects that work great at home too! School closure ideas & home school lesson plans can be found here!

I have created main idea color coding worksheets that gradually build in difficulty and provide scaffolding for students as they master this skill throughout the year! Check out my worksheets here! #mainidea #iteach4th #iteach456

Editable Weekly Lesson Plan Templates These lesson plan templates are formatted like a book. They are designed to be either bound or placed in a binder. I have provided 2 different organizational options to choose from. In the first version, the days are listed horizontally. In the second version, the days are listed vertically. Choose the style you are most accustom to. You can add and delete text in the boxes that say “Add…” by clicking on them. I like to hand write my actual plans, but…

Blog- Paragraph Writing Curriculum includes my 5 go-to writing units! 3rd, 4th, 5th, & 6th grade. Informative Writing & Organization - It is perfect for paragraph writing instruction. Narrative writing, Descriptive Writing,Opinion & Persuasive Writing, Summary Writing - Anchor chart, proofreading worksheets, answer keys, graphic organizers, prompts and several writing rubric options are included! Use this to teach the writing process and for writing workshop. third, fourth, fifth, sixth…

Finding the main idea is a key to improving reading comprehension, yet it is not a concept that is taught once an mastered. It requires ongoing practice to successfully apply this skill to different texts. Because of this, the resource I created gradually builds in difficulty and provides a necessary scaffolding for students as they learn to master this skill throughout the year! The levels and paragraph lengths gradually build from L 630 – 980.