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Hang the graphs around the room with their corresponding question sheet. Students can work in pairs or individually to use the graphs to answer questions.
In this whole group activity, your students become chefs at the Array Cafe, a restaurant that ONLY serves food in array form. Students will work in partners or individually to fill orders by drawing various foods in array form and writing a
Vocabulary acquisition is an important element of reading and eloquent speaking. This resource will help you replace everyday words and phrases used in the classroom with “fancier” words and phrases. I used these words in my second grade classroom
Reading incentives for the classroom featuring all eight decoding characters: Skippy Frog, Tryin' Lion, Lips the Fish, Helpful Kangaroo, Stretchy Snake, Eagle Eye, and Chunky Monkey! My students earn a reading badge every time they turn in a
Your class will practice filling in number bonds with a fun activity that gets everyone moving!
Students will make a detective hat and each have his/her own detective notebook. Hide the number bond cards (aka "clues") around the classroom or
A great tool for tracking reading homework. I use this with Baggie Books. Students take home three baggie books a week and tally the number of times they read each book. I left a space for the teacher to fill in the week before running copies.