Wednesday, July 17, 2019

FREE MATH LESSON - “Mean, Median, Mode, and Range Posters”

by Keep Your Chin Up
4th - 6th Grade


simple posters are designed to help your students remember key words and formulas for each of the terms. 

WHAT'S INCLUDED?
► 2 Options for printing (color or black & white)
► Posters for the terms: mean, median, mode, range, and data set
► Vocabulary worksheet
► Practice worksheet





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Tuesday, July 16, 2019

FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON - “Book Review Literature Bags FREE”

by HappyEdugator
4th - 7th Grade


FREE Literature Bags! This is a Book Review Assignment and Grading Checklist. A great alternative to a traditional book report. Handout for students to make a bag about the book they are currently reading, and then present their bag and items to represent their book to the class.
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Monday, July 15, 2019

FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON - “Al Capone Does My Shirts Comprehension Quiz”

by Wise Guys
3rd - 6th Grade


Al Capone Does My Shirts Comprehension Quiz.This is a 3-page document (4 question reading comprehension quiz, answer key, scoring rubric) for the book Al Capone Does My Shirts by Gennifer Choldenko. 

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Sunday, July 14, 2019

FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON - “Caterpillar Families - Magic E”

by Tessa Maguire
Kindergarten - 1st Grade


This is a cute center activity that students can work individually or in partners to build words. Each caterpillar has a different silent e/magic e rime (word family) on it. Students use a dry erase marker to add 4 more words onto to build the caterpillar family.

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Saturday, July 13, 2019

FREE SOCIAL STUDIES LESSON - “Abe Lincoln KWL + Evidence {#TeacherMom}”

by Denise Hill
5th - 7th Grade


This Abe Lincoln KWL + E has a special column just for your students to provide evidence of what they've learned. They can cite videos, informational texts, or even lectures. 

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Friday, July 12, 2019

Skip Counting by 2s, 5s, 10s to 120! FREE!

I hope your students have fun with this FREE set while learning! I have included a purple set for skip counting by 2san orange set for skip counting by 5’s and a yellow set for skip counting by 10’s.
Each set skip counts to 120These sets would be great to use in centers, small group or early finishers! Just copy, laminate and shuffle each set then let students put them in order by skip counting!



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✿ early finishers
✿ tutoring
✿ sub tubs
✿ math stations/centers
✿ holiday work
✿ small group
✿ end of unit quick assessments
✿ homework
✿ reinforcement
✿ enrichment

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FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON - “Letter P Pasta”

by Lee Hall
Pre-Kindergarten - Kindergarten


Copy this onto purple or pink construction paper. Use it as a center and allow students to glue pieces of pasta to the P. It makes a Purple Pasta Picture!!!





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☀️Learning Centers Made Simple! Part 3☀️


Hello everyone!
 ☀️Learning Centers Made Simple!  Part 3☀️


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This is part 3 of using centers in your classroom…

Have you wanted to try centers in your classroom, but weren’t sure where to start?  Have you tried centers and not been successful?  If you answered yes to either of these questions, read on and I will try and answer some basic questions teachers often have about  centers.


Welcome to a center-based classroom!

Imagine walking into your classroom and seeing students in small groups working cooperatively. One group sits at a center with the teacher for guided reading instruction. Another group of children work at a theme center sequencing the life cycle of an insect. At the next center, students work together restructuring a story with sentence strips. The teacher signals for attention; the students quiet for directions. Students clean up their centers and rotate to the next center, going right to work.  Centers can be done simply with the helpful hints we give you here. Read on and

make centers a reality in your classroom!

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By providing a center-based environment in your classroom, you will be able to give your attention to small groups of children during “guided reading.” Research shows that this small-group instruction is one of the primary components that leads to strong readers. Centers also allow you to teach to all the student levels that are in your classroom. Your choice to run centers in your classroom will also teach your students how to work cooperatively in small groups. Learning centers allow you to teach “responsibility” as students work independently, practicing and
reviewing skills and concepts at each center. 
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Q: How does a center-based classroom look?
A: Many teachers use tables and desks against the walls in
their classroom. You can use student desks as a center, too.
During center time, the desks will be empty and small groups of children will be sitting at centers throughout the room. The teacher at guided reading will have her/his back to the wall in order to see all centers at a glance from where she/he sits.

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Q: How many adults do I need to run centers in my classroom?


A: Just you! When you teach the routines and procedures of

your centers well, your students will learn how to work without supervision during center time.

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Q: How long is center time?

A: That depends on you and on how many centers you have

each day. If you have five groups of students rotating through five centers and spending 15 minutes at each center, then you will need 1 hour and 15 minutes for center time. Six groups of children rotating through six centers will need an hour and a half. Remember to add a little extra time for the rotation of

groups when determining the time you will allot for centers.

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Q: When it is time to change centers, how do I get my studentsattention?
A: Ringing a bell or calling out “freeze” or “give me five” are great ways to call your students to attention. Teach your students to “freeze” when the signal is given and to listen for instructions.

Happy Teaching,
Lori

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Thursday, July 11, 2019

FREE MISC. LESSON - “Staff Shout Outs Freebie”

by Fourth Grade Frenzy
Pre-Kindergarten - 12th Grade


Create a staff shout out board with this free mini poster and shout out slips. Try this fun and easy way to recognize all the great things going on in your school. Here is a suggestion for how to use this resource:

1. Copy cover page and mount on cork board. Hang in staff lunch room.
2. Copy shout out slips, and store near cork board.
3. Explain to the staff that everyone can participate by writing quick notes about all the great things they see happening in your school.
4. Shout outs get pinned up all around the sign throughout each month.
5. Read shout outs monthly at staff meetings. 

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☀️Learning Centers Made Simple! Part 2☀️

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 ☀️Learning Centers Made Simple!  Part 2☀️

Let's continue on our discussion on running a center based classroom.  Let's take a look at the answers to some common questions teachers have as they get started!
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 Questions and Answers!
Q: What is a center?
A: A center is a physical area in a classroom set aside for a specific
learning purpose. The center has appropriate materials and supplies
so students can work individually or in cooperative groups.
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Q: How many students should I put in each group?
A: We recommend three to four students in each group at each center.
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Q: How long do students spend at each center?
A: Twenty to thirty minutes at each center is an adequate amount of time for students to complete most center activities.
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Q: How do students know where to go when it is time to rotate centers?
A: By teaching and practicing the routines and procedures you want followed at center time, your students will know what you want them to do. We suggest you follow a clockwise rotation pattern to rotate students through centers.
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Q: How do I group my students for centers?
A: To teach to the varied levels in all classrooms, we suggest you group your students by reading abilities. By grouping students this way, you can meet the instructional needs of all your students in language arts. Learning centers will allow you to teach to your low, medium, and high ability groups and move everyone forward.

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Check out our next post for more insights to running centers in your classroom!

Happy Teaching,



For more in depth information on running centers in an elementary classroom Click Here!

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