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MindShift Apr 13
"Give kids credit. They have an innate sense of what's right and what's wrong. Being able to draw on that innate sense of justice through relatable stories is so important."
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Rosary School Rajkot 1h
of learned transaction for Purchase and Sales. A small bazaar like environment was setup in the school where students were asked to play role of a seller and that of the consumer.
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Kathryn Starke, Urban Literacy Consultant/Author 20h
Your guided reading plans don’t know your students. We must adjust and personalize component pieces to help our students become successful readers.
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Education.com Apr 16
April is Math Month! ➕☀️ To celebrate the importance of math in every part of our lives, we’re featuring one of our favorite math games for each grade every week in April. Have fun! .
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Teaching with the LC 15h
Interested in using the HAER collection in your classroom? Join us on April 22nd from 10am-4pm to develop teaching activities featuring the HAER collection.
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MissB🐝 11h
Our safari today was a HIT! Ss got to share all of their animal research projects with other classes, parents, & our principals! They used their presenting voices & read their animal summaries from their ‘cue cards’.
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Chloe Bos Apr 16
To all the teachers out there...How do you communicate with parents? Is the tried and true newsletter the way to go or are there more effected methods?
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Adrienne Shlagbaum 14h
Hoping for some recommendations for 4th or 5th grade level fantasy novels (not Dahl).
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𝔸𝕟𝕕𝕣𝕖𝕨 𝔽𝕖𝕟𝕤𝕥𝕖𝕣𝕞𝕒𝕜𝕖𝕣 9h
Man this makes me want to go back to teaching 1st grade again. Love the energy and excitement from the kids. Who said learning can’t be fun?
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Heather Mullins 3h
The latest Heather Highly Recommends...!
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Marianne Strayton Apr 10
Join the TCM Twitter Chat this evening!
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Defined STEM Apr 10
3 Tips for Integrating STEM Learning Experiences in the Elementary Classroom.
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EdHacked 6h
Women have been doing amazing, daring, and dangerous things for years. But they're rarely mentioned in our history books as adventurers, daredevils, or rebels. This book aims to change that! 📚
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Align Assess Achieve 13h
These 8 newcomers offer a variety of topics and reading levels to make it easy to choose a title or two to don a home or classroom bookshelf.
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Ben Schersten 7h
The Five Stages of Report Cards
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Dan Tricarico 8h
San Diego & Local Teachers: The Zen Teacher Retreat includes yoga, meditation, chair massages, & self-care. Leave feeling pampered and listened to. End the year relaxed. Details here: .
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Edcite Team 12h
Our Assignment of the Day reviews multiplying negative numbers & uses our bingo game! Find the free assignment here: .
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Dan Tricarico 7h
TIRED? FRAZZLED? OVERWHELMED? Check out a FREE preview of Sanctuaries? Just click here:
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supportREALteachers 14h
Willett Elementary’s "makerspace" is a place where students can meet to work on creative projects and learn by doing
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Dynamix 21h
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