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Read and Recall Freebie Update! - Classroom Freebies

Hey everyone! I hope you had a great holiday and if you’re like me you’re definitely enjoying your time off school. Yes I love and miss the kiddos and have seen some updates about them on FB but I’ve really enjoyed no alarms, comfy clothes, Netflix, organizing my home, and staying up late. The joys ... Read More about Read and Recall Freebie Update!

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Managing Reading Street Centers Efficiently

This post may contain affiliate links. I receive a small amount of money if you purchase from these links with no additional cost to you. Efficiently. In a way that achieves maximum productivity with minimum wasted effort or expense. How efficient are you when it comes to planning? I can tell you that I have a lot of wasted effort (and expense) when it comes to centers. I can spend an entire weekend re-inventing the wheel and it never results in maximum productivity. When you are using a…

Lisa Gardner
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Cynthia Rylant: Henry and Mudge plus FREEBIE

Cynthia Rylant is a favorite author of my students every year. It seems like all students either have a dog or want a dog. When I introduce a Henry and Mudge book, I am guaranteed to have a captive audience. I love it when students connect with authors. You never know when you might be teaching a future author. Cynthia Rylant's website encourages students to write to her. She will send a postcard to the teacher. I have a FREE packet that includes writing paper and morning messages that you…

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Let Them Research

The other day I wrote about how engaging research can be for your firsties. So... I decided to create a Social Studies unit around my tourist craftivity that I made originally for the story, A Trip to Washington, D.C. Basically the craftivity becomes a large foldable book with four mini foldables inside. This is such a fun activity. My kiddos loved it and it looks fantastic hanging in the hallway. :0) We created an anchor chart to hang with our tourists, but it's hard to see in this picture…

Cheri Ingle

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