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Quick Story Anchor Chart

Sometimes students struggle to remember all of the story parts and how the parts of a plot work together to pull readers along.   We reviewed the main parts of a story and then discussed how all of these story pieces and parts come together to create something “delicious” for

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High Frequency Sight Words – Word Wall

Word walls make great references for students as they’re writing.  I especially appreciate that students can solve spelling problems independently. They’re functional as anchor chart reference posters and students quickly learn to refer to them during class. I also refer to them frequently during intervention time. With my struggling students,

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Engaging Interactive Mazes for Middle School and Elementary Math

Interactive Mazes are terrific for substitute teachers, review, practice, and early finishers – plus, they’re so much fun that your students won’t remember that they’re doing a worksheet. And – every student experiences success. If a student misses a problem, he’s redirected to the right route after working out a

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Cool Substitute Teacher Idea

If you’re a substitute teacher, I have a cool idea to offer you . . . . Well, I had a planned personal day last week and I was thrilled to find a small gift when I returned to my classroom the next day.  You can see the beautiful gift

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Algebraic equations for middle school math students

Algebraic Equations – Cut & Paste

My students really enjoyed these Algebraic Equations – Cut & Paste activities: This resource comes with 2 cut and paste worksheets that are designed to be quick and easy to use practice pages that will give students confidence because it is self-checking and the answer sheet guides the student towards

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Absolutely FREE Task Card Guide

This free task card guide for teachers is FULL of engaging and fun student learning activities that your class will LOVE. Task cards are just the greatest thing since sliced bread (maybe not as great as Doritos, but waaayyy better than sliced bread!!) I’ve been using task cards for a

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Try Task Cards for Your Substitute Teacher Plans

Substitute teacher planning is faster and easier with task cards. Next time you’re lesson planning for a sub, use these ideas and tips for simple, smooth, and engaging plans that teachers and students will love. Best of all, you can use and reuse plans like this. Not too long ago,

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Multi-digit Multiplication & Division on Graph Paper Bundle of worksheets for students
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CUBES poster set for solving math story problems
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