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Sarah Speer Sep 16
A new week means a fresh start for everyone and learning new things! Bring it on!
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Natalie Jenkins 6h
Equivalent fraction stations are off to a great start ! Math rotation board set to empower student independence
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Jessica Curran 20h
Today we “interviewed” our new Reading Partners to learn more about each other as readers. 🎤📖
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Niki Taylor 4h
STOP and JOT! Our third graders stopping to give themselves a comprehension check during reader’s workshop
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MissQsCrew 2h
Exciting new additions to our classroom! Thanks for the bitmoji voice level chart 🤗 If interested, check out Miss O’s TPT store for your very own!
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Patrick O’Leary Sep 17
Back to School night!
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PRES Art Studio 4h
I am SO PROUD of how these artists have stepped up and ROCKED these one-point perspective barns. It was rough but they never gave up! ✏️👩‍🎨🙌
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L. McCall-Denson 5h
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Alix Swanson 6h
Students using to video acting out triple digit subtraction problems
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Hailey Wade Odum Sep 12
Taking a moment to wave to a butterfly during at
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Mrs. Everson 5h
I'm a who is excited about the opportunity to observe one of the best math teachers , Mrs. Minjares. I love her ability to engage her student in meaningful and creative learning.
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Jennifer Howard Sep 18
One of my former students read their own written work from last year to my students in the morning before the tardy bell!
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Rebecca Davies 2h
Your 3rd grader and math under the Common Core Standards |
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Carly 7h
Visualizing using details from the story. We drew our pictures as we listened to the story. We didn’t see the pictures in the book until we were all finished!
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Christy Dermody 8h
Working in groups to complete our classroom maps
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Sara Downing Sep 13
After I look at their online Quick Check scores I assign each student a color. When they come back from recess they write down their homework assignment. The colors change week to week. (This week red = got it.)
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Paige Marr 10h
Great start to my Wednesday 😅one of my students comes in and says “Miss Marr is that a new hair cut? And I said yes it is and he responds “you look like a grandma” 😂👵🏻
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Matt Buie 7h
Connecting our lives to the book “Spaghetti in a Hot Dog Bun” by making our own book! Sentence stems to help scaffold and higher quintiles make their own sentences
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Patronis Elementary Sep 13
Students in Mrs. McMillan's class contributed thank you letters and agamographs to the school's Wounded Warrior project. Will you be joining us on Thursday, September 27th for the Wounded Warrior Parade? See our event!
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Miss Munson Sep 17
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