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Mrs. Layhue Apr 20
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Jaimie Powers Apr 15
Learning to tell time ... show me what time you go to bed and get up each day. Then get your partner to tell you the time! Love the hands on approach!
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Claudia Harrell Apr 15
Working with our partners to describe our character Camilla's physical and personality traits.
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J.Bucko Apr 18
We’re blooming at our own pace, in our own way
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Maria J Flores Apr 18
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Claudia Harrell Apr 16
BREAKING NEWS...Mr.Timm has been kidnapped! Taylor third graders were called to investigate. They examined the " crime scene" and are now making inferences and drawing conclusions from the clues. Stay tuned ! This case is in the very capable hands!
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Leila Daniel Apr 18
Practicing pictorial input! The kids really got into the lesson today and were practicing those academic vocab skills 💪🏼
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tasharibble Apr 16
Marketplace day! What better way to learn about producers, consumers, scarcity, opportunity cost, budgets, and marketplaces than building a business. Today they sold their goods and bought goods from their peers.
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tasharibble Apr 16
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Hilary Black Apr 20
This momma always knows how to make me smile! These students continue to blow me away. Wish I could keep them forever!
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Mrs. Layhue Apr 17
Unfortunately I can’t get this to turn, but it was too cute not to share! Third grade celebrates the end of PSSA’s this week!
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Allison Scheidt Apr 17
Third grade hunted for Easter eggs today filled with multiplication and division facts to solve. They earned their candy by getting their problems correct!
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Sarah Mills Apr 12
is ready to rock their SOLs!!
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Molly Prach Apr 18
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Jaimie Powers Apr 15
All the important vocabulary we are going to need to be successful in our time unit!
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Meagan Rogers Apr 18
Who says we can’t have fun in math? Easter egg hunt + math problem solving = LOADS of fun in at !
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Minecraft Education Apr 17
Explore our collection of lessons for all Common Core standards! Download the guide to discover a list with links and descriptions of activities. Read:
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Jessie Barajas Apr 16
Borrowed this idea from . Students used the target language to interview each other about foods they like. I am very proud of our 3rd graders! 🙂
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Olivia Brickey Apr 13
Adapting a Bridges math lesson to meet the needs of my students. Making posters with the word problems. Students will work in groups to walk around the classroom and discuss how they would solve each problem
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Angie Cunningham Apr 16
Thank you again donors! Our April book has arrived!!!
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