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United States - New Hampshire - Nashua
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 In years to come a children may forget what you taught them, but will always remember how you made them feel. -Unknown

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Challenge your students with these Problem's of the Week! These 19 problems require your students to use their problem solving and/or criticial thinking skills. I encourage my students to do them outside of class and for their efforts, I reward
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Engineering Task: Make a tower out of no more than 100 marshmallows and 100 toothpicks. The goal is to hold as many pennies as possible. There are two tests at the beginning of this assignment to help the students discover the strength of
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After a unit on how animals adapt to living in their environment, the students complete a short research project on an animal of their choice. This project can be completed in class, but is also simple enough to complete at home. I have included
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Covers the following topics: place value, rounding, fractions, adding, subtracting, division, multiplication, shapes, area and perimeter.
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A worksheet to help your student's record their planet research. It is organized in typical paragraph structure: topic sentence, details and conclusion. The final draft will have 3 paragraphs. The final draft paper is included as well.
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Brief history of wind energy and a quick look at turbines. Includes a link to a site that gives directions for a pinwheel that the students can make.
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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
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These 3 items are pieces of my simple machines unit. Each day we learn about a different simple machine. We find the definition and real-life examples of each one and record it in our "Simple Machines Notebook" (included). Once we have learned about
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A Student Favorite! To show me what my students have learned about life in space and on different planets, they design space ships to travel around space. They must design and label the interior and exterior of their ships. Then write about why they
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A creative writing assignment in our space unit. The students record information about a new planet in a journal entry (draw and write about a planet that they make up).
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This includes three versions of scoring scales for TIDE. Each includes a color-coding key. The three scales have varying degrees of wordiness - the first one (A) would be for student-use at the very beginning of the unit, when teaching them how to
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A planner to guide my students' planet research. Aligns with SRSD TIDE informative writing. T=topic sentence ID= Important Detail E=Explanation/Examination Writing Paper has a space border. My student's love this project!
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Pages for each letter of the alphabet. Space to write about each entry. Could be used for a variety of topics. I have used it as an end-of-year class project: "The ABCs of Room 35's." I have also used it for a end-of-year review project for social
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A challenging interdisciplinary worksheet.
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Students draw what it would be like if humans went through complete or incomplete metamorphosis. My students loved this activity!
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A printable book titled Numbers in My Life. Students fill in the numbers in their life and draw pictures on each page.
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In my first grade classroom, I had a "special person" of the week. Each student would get a turn. That student would be the line leader for the week. Each day (Tuesday through Friday) they would have to bring in something to share. I would send a
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Powerpoint created by using information from the Energy Information Administration website for kids. Covers coal, natural gas, petroleum, propane and nuclear energy. Includes a short quiz at the end.
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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Use these to make a "yearbook" for the students at the end of the school year. Or use as a New Years activity to get your students thinking about the previous year and making a goal for the coming year.
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1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th
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3 ratings
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Multiplication Word Problems
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I currently teach 3rd grade in Massachusetts. This is my third year teaching 3rd grade. I also taught 1st grade for 3 years before moving up to 3rd grade.

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