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Quadrilateral Search/Whirling Wheel Included Too {Geometry and Art Integrated}
Students use a color key to color various quadrilaterals (rhombus, parallelogram, square, rectangle, and trapezoid) in an art piece. There are two blank organizers and two filled in organizers for your reference to help students understand what quadrilaterals are and how to describe them. A “Whirl
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Descriptive Shades of Color Art Posters (Paint Swatch Design)
Help your students to learn how to describe the colors they see and use in their artwork more exactly with these "Shades of Color" posters!Included in this package are 9 color posters (in either half size or full page formats) and 2 title card options. [red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, pink

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Descriptive Shades of Color Art Posters (Paint Line Design)
Help your students to learn how to describe the colors they see and use in their artwork more exactly with these "Shades of Color" posters!Included in this package are 9 color posters (in either half size or full page formats) and 2 title card options. [red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, pink

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The Lorax Interactive Read Aloud
This Lorax read aloud pack is great to use during Read Across America Week or on Earth Day. It’s perfect for teaching sequencing, character traits, and the central message. Throughout the unit students will focus on learning the importance of telling a story in the correct order, how to describe a

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Me in a Mason Jar
This is a great way to get to know your students in the beginning of the year and add to your farmhouse classroom decor! Have students choose something from their home that would fit into a mason jar that describes them. Then have them write about the item and how it describes them. This is a fun
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The Lorax Bundle
If your in need activities for The Lorax this bundle is for you! It includes reading and math! Read the descriptions for both included items below! This Lorax read aloud pack is great to use during Read Across America Week or on Earth Day. It’s perfect for teaching sequencing, character traits, a
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Visual Arts Printable Poster: The Feldman Method of Critique Cake Poster
This visual arts printable poster focuses on the Feldman Method of Critique to teach students the critique process. This idea is shown through the process of making a cake: ➣Describe: Cake ingredients are used to visually show how to describe each piece that went into the work of art. ➣Analyze: Sh
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How to set and use a light microscope
This kit is a fun way to teach the students the names of the different parts of the microscope ‎and the steps of using it.‎Many students do not know how to describe correctly how to set and use the light ‎microscope.‎I noticed this while marking one of the questions in the IB DP biology exam as most
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What's the weather like?
Use this 11 x 17 poster in your ESL or early elementary classroom to teach how to describe the weather.
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How to be a FRIEND!  Classroom Poster Set with Strategies for School
Do your students know what it means to be a friend? Could they use some strategies to assist with their friendships around school and in the community? Enjoy this set of 7 classroom (single-page) posters using the acronym FRIENDS to assist them in making good decisions with their own friends. Just
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Describe It! An Interactive Bulletin Board Activity
Do you struggle to find ways to decorate your classroom walls? Are you looking for quick interactive activities that are aligned with common core to work on vocabulary development? ThisDescribe It! bulletin board answers both of those questions! You can use this set to work on describing nouns
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How Leopard Got His Spots Journeys Supplement Activities 1st Grade Lesson 12
How Leopard Got His Spots Supplement Activities for Journey's First Grade Unit 3 Lesson 12 ***Focus Wall Posters now included within the zipfile in their own pdf. Roll a Spelling Word Color Me By Words to Know/ Spelling Vocab Flash Cards Write a letter to a friend Homophone Friends Animal Frien

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How Animals Communicate Journeys Unit 2 Lesson 7  1st gr Supplemental Activities
How Animals Communicate Journeys Unit 2 Lesson 7 Supplemental Activities Common Core aligned Created and tested by a first grade teacher. Pg. 3 Clusters with r! – read the words on the elephants - color the elephants depending on how they start Pg. 4-5 Time for the Spelling Bee! – Say the spelling
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How Chipmunk Got His Stripes Journeys Unit 2 Lesson 9 2nd Grade Sup. Materials
How Chipmunk Got His Stripes Journeys Unit 2 Lesson 9 Second Grade Supplement Materials Common Core aligned Pg. 3 Hurray for the Sun! - color the suns depending on if the spelling words end with –ed or –ing – write the base words of your spelling words on the lines below Pg. 4 Roll and Spell! – ro
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How-To Writing Unit
Teach your students about onomatopoeia, using their 5 senses to describe, and writing in sequence in just one week! How-To writing is the way to go! Click here to read about how I used this unit in my classroom! This Oreo lesson can be adapted for any snack; the graphic organizers are neutral so y
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How Do You Go Home? Clip Chart- Bright Polka Dots and Chalkboard
Print, cut, laminate, and assemble this clip chart to keep track of how your students go home. Write each student's name on a clothespin and place it on the choice that describes how they get home. If their transportation changes, just move their clip! I used one of these in my classroom last year a
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Black and White Polka Dot "How Do You Get Home?" Clip Chart
Print, cut, laminate, and assemble this clip chart to keep track of how your students go home. Write each student's name on a clothespin and place it on the circle that describes how they get home. If their transportation changes, just move their clip! I used one of these in my classroom last year a
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"How Do You Go Home?" Clip Chart- Chalkboard Themed
Print, cut, laminate, and assemble this clip chart to keep track of how your students go home. Write each student's name on a clothespin and place it on the circle that describes how they get home. If their transportation changes, just move their clip! I used one of these in my classroom last year a
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QR Code How To Poster Back to School
This printable is incredibly helpful when trying to explain how to access the mysterious QR Code. For many people out there, you might be the first person who has ever even mentioned or pointed out this handy and quick internet tool! For me, I found it pertinent to draft a flyer that gave clear dire
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Bright Chevron "How Do You Go Home?" Clip Chart
Print, cut, laminate, and assemble this clip chart to keep track of how your students go home. Write each student's name on a clothespin and place it on the choice that describes how they get home. If their transportation changes, just move their clip! I used one of these in my classroom last year a
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How to be a FRIEND!  Poster Set with Strategies  (Orange Tint)
Do your students know what it means to be a friend? Could they use some strategies to assist with their friendships around school and in the community? Enjoy this set of 7 classroom (single-page) posters using the acronym FRIENDS to assist them in making good decisions with their own friends. Just
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How to be a FRIEND!  Poster Set with Strategies  (Red Tint)
Do your students know what it means to be a friend? Could they use some strategies to assist with their friendships around school and in the community? Enjoy this set of 7 classroom (single-page) posters using the acronym FRIENDS to assist them in making good decisions with their own friends. Just
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Primary Polka Dot "How Do You Get Home?" Clip Chart
Print, cut, laminate, and assemble this clip chart to keep track of how your students go home. Write each student's name on a clothespin and place it on the circle that describes how they get home. If their transportation changes, just move their clip! I used one of these in my classroom last year a
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How Do You Go Home? Clip Chart- Neon and Chalkboard
Print, cut, laminate, and assemble this clip chart to keep track of how your students go home. Write each student's name on a clothespin and place it on the choice that describes how they get home. If their transportation changes, just move their clip! I used one of these in my classroom last year a
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