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Mrs. Litoff
Third grade teacher, Seesaw Ambassador, Innovator, Mom, Wife, and more!
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Mrs. Litoff 11h
Starting our GLAD The Many Faces of CA unit w/an observation chart via & an inquiry chart.
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Mrs. Litoff 11h
When the story you read in language arts fits right into your new math topic, you get engaged students! This connection was a total coincidence, but I will take it!
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Mrs. Litoff 11h
Mastering the double bounce in our jump roping unit for P.E.
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Mrs. Litoff 11h
Mastering the skier jump in our jump rope unit for P.E.
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Mrs. Litoff Sep 16
Today’s Chase Charge Up: complete the puzzle without talking! Thanks for the great idea!
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Mrs. Litoff Sep 13
When our read aloud takes place where the students have not been, we explore that place on Google Maps.
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Mrs. Litoff Sep 13
Today’s challenge was to make a maze out of straws that a marble could go through.
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Mrs. Litoff Sep 11
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Mrs. Litoff Sep 7
This looks amazing! How do you subscribe for the mentor texts? I did not see that in the article. Thanks!
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Mrs. Litoff Sep 6
Design Thinking Project Update: this week we tested the prototype we voted on. Today we discussed what we like about our classroom design and what we wish we could change. We had great discussions & have already tested some new ideas!
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Mrs. Litoff Sep 5
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Mrs. Litoff Sep 5
When you get this email from a student at the end of some very tough and trying days, you can’t help to turn your frown upside down! This student has no idea (yet) how much he made my day.
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Mrs. Litoff Sep 5
Me too! Let’s plan something!
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Mrs. Litoff Sep 5
Labeling angles and lines in our names.
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Mrs. Litoff Sep 5
Students labeled parallel, intersecting, & perpendicular streets around Chase Avenue using an image from Google Maps and the drawing and labeling tools.
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Mrs. Litoff Sep 5
In prepping for jump roping today, we watched a video that taught us that jump roping can be a career! The kids think this job falls under R or A in the themes.
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Mrs. Litoff Sep 3
I love using ⁦⁩ for Ss to explain how they solved problems because I can hear everyone’s thinking and respond. ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Jo Boaler Aug 30
Something moved me to write a poem last night you feeling me? It is called "An ode to homework".
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Mrs. Litoff Aug 31
Love this. I am going to borrow it for our Chase Charge Up!
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Mrs. Litoff Aug 31
Each group folds the paper into thirds or fourths based on number if kids in group. One person draws a head and folds it so no one can see. The next oerson draws partnof the body, etc. Then they unfold to see what they drew.
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