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Sight Word Practice Using Tactile Sight Word Books
Check out this video from TheHappyTeacher and learn about Tactile Sight Word Books. Sight words are an integral part of any reading program. Emergent readers need exposure and practice with high frequency words. I firmly believe in Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences, and I found myself won
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Writing a Stellar Body Paragraph like a Pro!
Are your students' paragraphs short and choppy? Do their paragraphs lack substance? *Here is a step-by-step 8-minute tutorial to take your students' paragraphs to the next level and change their writing, using the acronym TALES. *This will be so helpful to your classroom, as I use this with my stu
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Teaching Ideas: There is More Than One Way to Use a Poster! -A Quick Tip Freebie
There is more than one way to use a set of posters! In this FREE quick tip video, I share several different ways that you can use any set of posters you buy right here on Teachers Pay Teachers in your own classroom! Why limit yourself to just using posters on a bulletin board or wall? Increase stude
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Duration: 7:28

Math Centers: Tips & Tricks for Making Centers Work in Your Classroom
Math centers offer just-right spiral review for all of your students, as well as, provide you the opportunity to meet with small groups of students for guided math. In this Teaching on Demand video, I'll share how I set-up and organize my math centers, as well as, my favorite ways to streamline math
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Behavior Management Techniques that Work: Positive Classroom Management Ideas
As teachers, we want to create environments where students can be successful and learn. A key component to setting up a positive classroom environment is effective classroom management. In this video, you'll discover 5 ways to positively manage students' behavior and recognize students for doing the
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3 Routines to Build Number Sense
Building Number Sense is an important skill in elementary school. Learn 3 routines that you can instantly use in your math lesson. These routines are geared for students in grades Kindergarten through 3rd but can be easily adapted to 4th and 5th graders. The 3 engaging routines discussed in this vi
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How to Use an Interactive Number Line with Kindergarten and 1st Graders
Are your Kindergarten and 1st grade students struggling with number sense? Watch how to use the interactive number line with your students. Learn hands-on math games and activities that will keep your students engaged in learning.
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Classroom Management Strategy for Improving Student Behavior TODAY!
Check out this video to learn a classroom management strategy that will improve EVERY students' behavior in your entire class! By using a whole group rewards system, you will see dramatic improvement in classroom behavior immediately. This strategy is easy and inexpensive to implement. Over the
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Teaching Strategy - Restroom Breaks for High School and Middle School Students
Here's a simple, yet effect classroom management strategy that has helped me over the years - it involves managing how students ask to leave your classroom for water or to use the bathroom. It has helped me provide a consistent system for students that ask to leave my classroom. Remember, consistenc
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Guided Math: A Lesson from Start to Finish
Take a close look at a guided math lesson from start to finish! This 20 minute video explores the components of guided math. As teachers we sometimes find ourselves isolated from seeing what other teachers are doing in the classroom! My hope is that I can share an inside look into
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Sensory Bin Creation
Check out this video for quick and easy tips on how to assemble colorful, fun, and EDUCATIONAL sensory bins for your classroom! Check out my blog for more ideas >>>-4 Benefits & Easy Tips for Sensory Bins in the Classroom Don't forget to grab your <
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Recharge and Write About Math
Recharge and Write is a cooperative learning strategy that works well in many subject areas to foster higher level thinking and discussion, and in this video Laura Candler explains how to use it for math problem solving. The strategy is quite simple, yet it's extremely powerful due to the structure a
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Guided Math Center Rotations
Are you looking for some simple ways to implement guided math center rotations into your classroom? Check out this video for 4 center based rotations AND then download a FREE editable template to use in your own classroom! For more details, check out this blog post on how to effectively implement t
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Using Lists to Improve Writing Instruction
In this video, I will show you how to use lists to get better, more authentic writing from your students. Easy to incorporate into any writing program, the lists your students create can be used to generate topics for narrative pieces, as well as pieces that inform/explain and evaluate (persuasive, a
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Morning Meeting Greetings
Whether you're new to morning greetings and need a few ideas to get started or you're a morning greeting veteran looking for ways to mix things up, these six favorites are for you! The playful ideas are perfect for preschool, kindergarten and first grade. Print the free morn
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Build a Seating Chart that Works – Ideas for the Secondary Teacher & Classroom
The physical layout of your classroom has a huge impact on student learning. Check out these tips on how to build a classroom seating chart that works. Click here for lots of other solutions and ideas for middle school and high s
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Task Card Organization FREEBIE - Editable Task Card Labels
Task Cards are a wonderful tool for student learning and concept review. This FREE video and downloadable set of task card labels will help you get your task cards organized in no time at all! This helpful, free video resource includes: • Task Card Organization and Display Tips Vi
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Getting Started With Interactive Notebooks Video: FREE Webinar
Need help getting started with interactive notebooks? In this free webinar, we’ll discuss: - The RIGHT supplies to make it work - YES, brands matter! - How to plan - and how much planning you REALLY need to do in advance. - How to organize your classroom and supplies so that lessons run smoothly. -
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Objective Posters - Stop Writing Your Student Learning Objectives Every Day!
Writing your student learning objectives each day, especially if you have multiple preps, takes away from other important tasks that you could be doing. I wish that this was shared with me during my student teaching experience when talking about lesson plan objectives, or included in my "tips for ne
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How to Set Up Interactive Writing Notebooks and Folders
This video shows how to set up a writing interactive notebook along with folders used in a writing workshop. It gives tips and ideas to set the stage for writing for the year, what worked for my classes, how to divide the notebook, how many pages to save for each section, what is needed even on a bu
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The Digestive System - BioL-O-Gee R.A.P.
This engaging music video explains the structure and functions of the human digestive system as the first bite of a sandwich travels through the G.I.tract and gets digested and absorbed along the way. The processes of ingestion, mechanical digestion, chemical digestion, absorption, and egestion are d
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Teaching Adjectives with SHOW & TELL activity
This video will explain how to teach adjectives using a show & tell activity. It's the lesson I use as a HOOK to get my students engaged. This activity is ideal for K-3 students. Here's the gist: Students choose an object that can be brought to school that fits in a small brown paper lunch bag
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The Clue Sandwich: A Context Clue Strategy
Using context clues is an important skill for students to learn. It can help them understand and learn new vocabulary, as well as, aide in the comprehension of information. Unfortunately, this skill can be difficult for students to learn on their own. The Clue Sandwich is simple and effective s
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What is a folktale?
This short video includes engaging cartoon characters that explain the folktale genres: fable, fairytale, tall tale, scary story, legend and myth. The difference between folktale and folklore is also explained. Your students will love watching this quick video that is not only fun but also covers sta
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Word of the Day - Pertinacious
Word of the Day is a series of vocabulary videos that combine useful information about the word with a fun story from history that entertains while using the word in context. Word bank is usually pulled from lists of useful ACT or SAT words. Today's word is "Pertinacious." Our story comes from Willi
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Organizing Your Classroom Library (Teacher Tip)
Organizing your classroom library is a breeze with this quick and easy tip! ************************************************************************* Blog ❤ Facebook ❤
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Creating New Student Welcome Kits
Here’s a quick organization tip! We all know the first few days or even weeks of school is stressful. From schedule changes to new students…it’s just NUTS! I was always running around trying to get everything ready for new students the morning the front office notified me of a new addition to my clas
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Theme: How to Teach Theme By Starting With a Topic
Are you struggling with the concept of theme in your classroom? Are students giving you one-word answers for theme instead of full sentences that they've learned? Let me ease your stress and make the literary skill of identifying theme easier for you and for your students! This video is a teacher tu
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Glue Sponges! How To Make Glue Sponges For Your Classroom
Are you tired of missing glue stick lids? Clogged bottles? Have you bought your last glue stick? You need to try glue sponges. These easy to make glue sponges will solve all of your glue problems. Glue sponges are cost effective and will last all year with just a little maintenance each month.
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Guided Reading FREE Video Webinar
Guided Reading FREE VIDEO webinar. Watch this replay webinar that will walk you through Guided Reading for emergent readers. Webinar covers: assessment, arranging and managing centers, word work, sight word instruction, guided reading, and writing in small groups.
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Teaching Video: How to make your own Agamograph featuring Emojis
This teaching video (for teachers) is all about how you can create your own agamographs with your students using Emoji's as the example. In this 10 minute video I go through what an agamograph is, why teachers love to make them and then show you exactly, step-by-step how you can make them with your s
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5 Components of a Guided Reading Lesson
In this video, I explain the 5 components that I include in my guided reading lessons for K-2 students, as well as the instructional practices that I include in each component. The five components are: - Fluency items - Book intro + whisper/silent read - Comprehension discussion - Strategy instruct
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How to Teach Writing with Text Evidence
This is the first installment in my How to Teach Writing Series. In this video, I will show you exactly how to help your students write outstanding Text Evidence Essays and Constructed Responses. This video presents my Claim/Reason/Evidence
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Paper Roll Abstract Art Project
A simple, fun kids art project that requires only a paper toilet roll, paints and paper to paint on. The abstract patterns that can be created are endless and it’s a great project for focus and individual creativity.
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Pass-It-On Review Games: How To
a game idea for practicing vocabulary, reviewing skills / concepts, and more! - How to play this quick and simple game Math Games Math Giraffe Blog with more teachi
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Getting Started with Google Classroom in Kindergarten
Are you ready to try Google Classroom? Are you unsure where or how to begin? Don't worry, I'll walk you through the steps of setting up a class, adding students, accessing a resource, and assigning that resource to your kids. You'll be amazed at how easy it is to use. Get ready to embrace technology
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Classroom Management for Secondary Teachers #7, Power of Students' Names
Tips and tricks from an experienced high school teacher to help you regain control of your classroom. Follow these guidelines and you’ll soon have your teens settled in and ready to learn. Great ideas for high school and middle school teachers. Rita Pierson’s TED Talk mentioned in this video is loca
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10 Things You Don't Know About Me: Engagement Strategy
The 10 THINGS YOU DON’T KNOW ABOUT ME writing strategy helps students to 1) learn new things about their classmates, 2) get friends and family members involved in class assignments, and 3) learn to add concrete details to their writings. COMPLETE PERSONAL NARRATIVE UNIT<
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Multi-Digit Multiplication (with and without decimals) with Graph Paper
Learning how to multiply numbers with multiple digits can be difficult for students. This video shows how I use classroom materials such as graph paper and highlighters to help students organize their work. You will see examples of multi-digit multiplication with and without decimals. Ma
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How to Teach Poetry Analysis - Tips, Tricks, & Sample Lesson
Intimidated by teaching students how to analyze poems? Well, you’re not alone! Poetry analysis can be overwhelming and daunting. However, I’m sharing a few tips and tricks for poetry analysis in this video that will make teaching and learning about poetry a lot easier. In this video, I’ll also
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Motivate- Inspiring your students to go above and beyond
In this video I go over five different motivational tactics, that can be used in any classroom. I have found these simple tricks to be successful in inspiring my students to go above and beyond in their academics and behavior. These ideas are easy to implement, yet can make a huge difference in the o
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What is a Math Talk? (Professional Development Video)
Do you do math talks in your K-2 classroom? Young learners make sense of their math world by talking about it! Get your kids talking about math using math talk routines! Read more about why I do Math Talks on the blo
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How to Make Your Own Recycled Crayons
How to make your own recycle crayons teaching video (for teachers)! As educators we all end up with thousands of tiny little scraps of crayons. We hate throwing them away, but we don't quite know what to do with them. This video will show you how I stopped throwing away all those scraps and started m
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Teaching Handwriting: 5 Essential Practices
Have you been looking for a tool that offers a practical, hands-on approach to handwriting? Do you want a product that outlines tips and tricks that you can use right away in your classroom? This video is the answer for teachers struggling to find a fun and engaging way to incorporate best practices
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How to Teach Rounding Using a Number Line
Rounding can be a challenging skill. Help your students better understand rounding, to the nearest 10 and 100, using interactive number lines, hands-on rounding activities, games and independent practice. This video shows how to use those tools to conceptually understand rounding.
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End of Year Gift - DIY Emoji Bookmarks!
I needed a cool way to send off my 6th graders AND encourage them to do some summer reading. The solution? Emoji bookmarks! You can learn how to make them yourself by just watching this video! Or maybe you'll have your students make them in class on one of the last days of school. Either way y
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HOW TO ASSEMBLE A FLIP BOOK STRATEGIES TIPS AND DEMONSTRATION
How to Assemble an Interactive Layered Flip Book Strategies and Demonstration This is a video on how to put together an interactive layered flip book, Need some help? Watch this video demonstration. Tips on how you can use the interactive layered flip book in your classroom today! GO Video
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Revive Your Read Aloud!
Looking to revamp your read aloud time and make it a little but more purposeful? This video will give you a few tips on how to incorporate book talks during your read aloud and make this time intentional for you and your students! I also share an example of a higher level read aloud lesson for one
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Classroom Management Tip: Managing missed assignments
When students are absent from class, it's hard to keep track of the work they miss. The "Ketchup Folder" is a tool that helps me manage the chaos. Place a "Ketchup folder" on a student's desk in the morning when you notice the child is absent. When you hand out assignments, simply slide a copy into t
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How to Teach Genres in Elementary School
As a teacher you want your students to read and experience a wide variety of literary genres, but often it is hard to get them interested in straying from their usual book choices. This blog post will explain the benefits of reading different genres and share ideas for lessons and activities to help
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Special Education Training Series: Data - Taking Sample Data
This free video is a training tool for teachers and their classroom staff to learn to take samples of data in the classroom using the free data sheet that is included. This module launches the Special Education Training Series that will provide teachers with overviews and demonstrations of a variety
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Open Number Line Strategy Video
A quick demonstration of three open number strategies for addition and subtraction. This Common Core strategy is appropriate for 2nd graders learning addition and subtraction with regrouping. Related:
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