Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Upper elementary. Get inspired and try out new things.
Teaching upper elementary can be hard work! Students' bodies and emotions are changing. Here are six ways to create a positive culture in your classroom!
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What does a 5th grade reading lesson in a typical elementary school look like? I will walk you through a 60 minute ELA lesson that’s highly engaging and highly effective. It’s a simple idea that yielded great result in my upper elementary classroom. Get your sticky notes ready and let’s teach! #stickynotes #literacyactivities #upperelementary #fifthgrade #readingcomprehension #lessonplanning #teachingreading #teachingideas #readingideas #readinglessons #literacy
Top online learning sties for upper elementary classrooms for in school or home or distant or remote learning. Websites for reading, language arts, math, science and art included.
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Who's ready for a smoother year? ? Stock your classroom for success with these 11 essential supplies, resources, and strategies.
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My first job at a school very much believed in the power of Morning Meeting. I was able to meld my Morning Meeting time into a tradition.
Classroom community building activities and free ideas and lesson plans to kick off the school year or implement at any time.
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Tips for organizing your upper elementary literacy block. Includes daily routines, whole group lessons, and literacy rotations.
Do student rewards play a part in your classroom management strategies in 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade? While intrinsic motivation is key, tangible rewards can be a fun part of an overall classroom management plan! Take a peek at the best strategies for using rewards in an upper elementary classroom without using candy or sweets!
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Learn for easy lesson ideas you can use for teaching theme to your students in upper elementary.
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