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Library Events 2.0 with FREEBIE

I’m so excited to share these library event cards! I stumbled upon the idea in a variety of places but originally from The thinker Builder – Michael has some fantastic posts that I can’t believe I haven’t found him before! Tara and Kelli also designed their own and I used some of their ideas for…

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QR Science Fair with FREEbie

Raise your hand if you love to incorporate technology!  I try – we only have 10 iPads to share with the WHOLE school so it can be tough. I actually planned this projects far enough in advance to get them 1 hour a whole week!  This was a highlight of my 5th grade science class…

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Figurative Language Robots – FREE

I can’t believe I haven’t blogged about these robots!   We study figurative language in December with poetry BUT since we don’t test until late April I want to make sure my kids get a review in (along with many other times!)  so we made these figurative language robots! They were a hit with my…

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FREE iPhone Table Numbers

My Facebook followers made this a FREEBIE so make sure to grab it up and leave feedback! These would go great with my editable iPhone nametags as well!          

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Status of Class Exit Slip FREEBIE

If you love the technology exit slips in my store! Then I have a FREEBIE right up your alley! This was so fun to do with class and has so many uses.  It is Facebook themed and students get to create a status!  There are literally 100s of ways you could use this in your…

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Fun Friday = Flashlights

I  saw this idea on another blog and had to incorporate it into our Reading Celebration this past week. Flashlights are an excellent motivator to read even though my kids this year don’t need much motivation! We had a reading celebration/marathon to celebrate each student making their AR goal from the past quarter.   We…

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FREE Turkey Trot Writing Prompt

I’m in the FREEBIE mood lately – can’t wait to do this with my students today! For Fun Friday this week – we are going to work on this fun writing prompt:  I wanted a little more than the traditional “Turkey in Disguise” this year – although I LOVE that idea, the younger grades already…

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Extinct, Endangered, Threatened Species

Just wanted to pop in and show you a FREEBIE that I created for my 5th graders to do some quick research.   Talking about and explaining the difference between these animals can be troublesome so I created this worksheet so they can do some research and learn about them on their own as well.…

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Grandparent’s Day in Upper Elementary!

We had a fantastic Grandparent’s Day Celebration last Friday.  Sorry I’m a little late with my post but hopefully some of you might be able to use this or store if away for next year! I was a little scared going into Grandparent’s Day since I was with a much older grade until I remembered…

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QR code handout

I introduced QR codes to my class the very first day of school – showing them our class website.  They were all so interested and I can’t wait to use them in more ways this year. Many of my students were concerned and wondering what app you could use and how they could show their…

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