This is a great unit for summer school review! I love the graphics and the amount of problems on each page. Thanks! What a bargain for me as I just found out I'd be teaching fourth graders for summer school.
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March 25, 2013
Spanky56 re: A 75 slide Power Point on Landforms-Primary and Secondary
Do you think this is appropriate for fourth graders?
While the subject matter is generally addressed in 5th grade, there is a lot of material that fourth graders would find interesting and very able to understand. The free preview has a 15 page pdf file which shows you a lot of the material covered. After looking at that, you can probably feel more comfortable deciding what is best for your class.
March 9, 2013
granzotto re: Valentine Bingo Game Multiplication Tables 0-10
Could you make a generic one for second grade using 0, 1, 2, 5's and 10's?
I'll put this in my job jar. Thanks for suggestion.
Just a heads up-I did create a Bingo game as you suggested. The graphics are simple pencils and books and it is for the 0,1,2,5's, and 10's. If you are still interested it can be found
I made it a 4X4 board. I thought that also might simplify it as well.
Thanks again for the idea.
February 24, 2013
Lisa Tarman (TpT Seller) re: A 75 slide Power Point on Landforms-Primary and Secondary
Omg....where do you find your images?? Are they reasonably priced??
I can't find anything royalty-free to replace pictures in all the great powerpoints I use in my classroom. I'd love to sell them!
I do it in a number of ways. 1. You might not be able to see it in the preview but some sites just ask for credit and the URL is at the bottom of the screen. 2. Long tedious searches using royalty free or public domain in the terms- I've bookmarked a slew of addresses3. Wikipedia:) 4. My public library has an amazing collection of maps and images that are available 5. What you see are pp's that are worked and reworked over a number of years.
Hope that helps!
PS I also belonged to a paid subscription-renewed yearly- that allows you to download all the images you need. I download a lot and I went to every other year when they raised their rates. Clip art.com. 160 a year. Also I have a number of DVD collections of public domain images. One helpful one is Art Explosion-600,000 images and Masterclips100,001 images.