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Tara Falasco

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Once this 4 x 4 puzzle is cut into pieces, it's a great way for students to practice locating the place value of a specific number. Like dominoes, they have to match the number (up to the millions) with the place value words that matches where that
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This is a thematic unit on the American Revolution. It includes three lessons, Freedom, Taxes, and the Boston Tea Party, as well as a final assessment. Each lesson is written in the same format and includes a book that supports the topic. The
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Students will be introduced to lines, line segments, and rays. Not only will they learn to recognize each of them, they will be able to understand the difference as well. By the end of the lesson, students will be able to identify lines, line
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This is a sheet that I hand out for students to use while comparing unlike fractions. It's a little poem and detailed steps on how to compare the unlike fractions. It helps a lot!
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All Needed Materials and Information is on the last slide of the Smartboard Activity as attachments. ELA Comprehension Skill: Author's Purpose Although many of the example questions and passages are directly taken from New York State
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Students will use this fun SmartBoard Activity to look at key words in sequencing. They will have the opportunity to read aloud, underline, answer questions, and check their answers, using a magic magnifying glass.
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This is a fun Halloween activity that is also an introduction to different rhyming patterns of poetry. Students can underline the words that rhyme, or verbs, adjectives, etc. There are different possibilities. At the end, students have the
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Discuss and understand the idea of "Freedom" byt reading Samuel's Choice by Richard Berleth. This lesson is broken up into pre-reading, during reading, and post-reading activities. All graphic organizers, questions, and rubrics are attached.
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Bloom's Taxonomy is a great way to differentiate assignments about New York State. In order to meet the needs of each student, it is not appropriate to have each student complete the same assignment. The assignments cover all parts of Bloom's
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Pieces of this attachment: TWENTY different BINGO boards with the same vocabulary words but in different locations. Definitions of vocabulary words to read during the game.
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Here is a quick way to grade students' homeworks. If you don't worry about if the work is done correctly but that effort was put into it, here is the perfect rubric for you!
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This a very exciting project that I think you will enjoy. We read so many picture books by so many different authors that I thought it would fun to take a closer look at some of the best authors around. At the end of this project, you will have a
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This is a 3 day cumulative lesson on multiplication. Included in this lesson are the objectives, New York State standards, materials needed and thoroughly explained lesson procedures. This lesson uses three books to help with explaining arrays and
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Students may not love math, but they do love food... especially cookies. Students will be given the opportunity to take ONE bite of their yummy gingerbread man cookie. They will need to be reminded that they can only take one bite... the rest will
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Have your students write a letter about the character traits in their current book. Look at the model letter together and use the rubric to grade the letter. From this one assignment, you can get a grade for reading, writing, english, spelling,
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This song gets my students excited about the ELA test and practicing specific skills. It is sung to the song, "Let it Snow"
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Do you have students in and out of the room all day like I do? Here's a great way to make it easier to catch everyone up and let them know what they missed. In the older grades, you have can have a buddy fill it out.
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This reader's response a student's understanding by having them make connections. Students can choose between text to text, text to self, or text to world. A rubric is also included.
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Students love to walk around the classroom, catch up with old friends and meet new students. This is a way to allow them to do that with a purpose. Students will travel around the classroom and find students who have either completed the
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