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We inspire teachers with practical, teacher-created ideas and resources that you can use in your classroom immediately. Help your students character traits that will help them for the rest of their lives. Learning and teaching science can be fun - just look at these great teaching ideas. Service learning builds character and friendship in your classroom. Liven up your classroom with these great...
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PreKinders is a resource site for teachers of Pre-K and Preschool with teacher-created activities, lesson ideas, printables, and themes for your classroom. Serving Pre-K teachers, parents, & kids worldwide since 2003. PreKinders: Ideas & Resources for Pre-K & Preschool Teachers. Don't worry - we never sell or share email addresses!
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The largest collection of free worksheets, activities, songs, and videos. Search thousands of free and ready-to-use resources for your classroom. When it comes to workbooks, we got you covered! We offer a wide range of educational workbooks, including Common Core, Reading Comprehension, Math,...
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Older Children Tell the children, “Here’s the pattern.” Show the pattern listed below. The children do not have plates at this point. Demonstrate for the children. Swish, swish, swish (plates in front of you), pause for one beat. Tap the plates … Continued. Older Primary Children (younger below)...
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For Common Core resources, teacher videos, strategies and lesson plans, go to Teaching Channel. Find great ideas and strategies in classroom teaching videos covering Math, Science, English, History and more. Teaching Channel is a thriving online community where teachers can watch, share, and...
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Your virtual File Cabinet of free teaching resources! Loads of free printables for teachers, including cooperative learning lessons and active engagement strategies. ~ Lisa Waddill, 5th grade, Austin Texas "Your lessons have transformed my classroom the second half of this school year. I don't remember how I found your site, but I have told everyone at my school about it! I can hardly wait to...
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CTP is a recognized leader in the educational industry and offers a wide variety of classroom learning décor and research-based, teacher-tested products. CTP offers an assortment of learning resources for parents and teachers in a variety of subject areas including phonics, reading, writing, math, science, and social studies. CTP celebrates more than five decades of providing parents and...
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Holidays can get pretty crafty, but I am always searching for preschool learning activities, Valentines Day included. Those of you who’ve been following me know that I love process art, such as our spin art valentines and when we painted hearts using marbles. And I love to add theme-related activities to other areas of our classroom…. Read More ». One of our themes for January is ice and snow....
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Relief teaching can be stressful at times! Some days you show up and no work has been set or resources haven't been left for the lessons planned. Relief teachers often need to think on their feet and come up with lessons on the spot. This booklet of ideas came from a competition we ran on our Facebook group. To enter, members posted their favourite activity that required little to no resources...
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Top Teaching Ideas - Creative ideas and resources for your classroom. Get inspired! As a teacher I know how the right ideas and activities for a theme can really excite and inspire your students. And of course, when kids are happy and interested in a subject, they soak up learning without realizing it. Subjects come alive for them - and the teaching becomes easier and more fun too. In my years...
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"So please, oh PLEASE, we beg, we pray, go throw your TV set away. And in its place you can install, a lovely bookshelf on the wall." — Roald Dahl. Reading aloud in unison with a whole class or small group helps students with fluency, self-confidence and reading motivation. : Subscribe to our monthly parent tips and help support your young readers! (In English and Spanish). : How to help our...
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I love Amelia Bedelia books and read all of them as a child and as a teacher, I was sure to share them with my students. This book is super special because haven't all Amelia Badelia fans wondered what Amelia Bedelia was like as a child? I know I have and this book shows Amelia as a first grader. This is the first time Amelia Bedelia has been shown as a child. With this great story we now know...
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Lets Play Ball Worksheets I made the Let’s Play Ball worksheet a few years ago for a student who loved baseball. The original one I posted was for piano keys only, and while I actually tried to make a staff version at the same time, I found it almost finished, abandoned and forgotten in my computer files. I finished it up because I have a student who just tried out and made a new baseball team...
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I get it. I really do. Teachers want to make their classrooms a place they love. As teachers, we spend more time at school many days than we do at home. It should be a place we love! But, first and foremost, it should be a place our kids love! I promise you can find a way to have a balance. For example, I'm changing my classroom theme to superheroes this year and I'm not a big fan of the cheesy...
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Everywhere they go they look for simple, effective teaching ideas to use in their classrooms. With calls for inclusion and differentiated instruction on the rise, the need for a variety of effective teaching strategies is essential. This site has been designed to share ideas that work with students in special education, English Language Learners, gifted students -- anyone in today's...
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Faculty Focus publishes articles on effective teaching strategies for the college classroom, both face-to-face and online. Sign-up for our free newsletter. By: Deborah Bracke, PhD “There is nothing more unequal than the equal treatment of unequal people.” This quote, attributed to Thomas Jefferson, is often used in gifted education to justify the attention, resources, and opportunities provided...
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The news has been abuzz with the term sanctuary city since President Trump issued an executive order on the matter. Attorney Naomi Tsu, who directs the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Immigrant Justice Project, explains exactly what sanctuary cities are. Educators are fielding questions from students about recently issued executive orders on immigration, refugee resettlement and a U.S.-Mexico...
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Education World, connecting educators to what works. K-12 education resources, lessons and news. Classroom strategies and innovation for teachers all over the world. In 2016, bilingual education received a spotlight treatment rarely given to a teaching method partly in thanks to Proposition 58. On November 8, California voters voted "yes" on a ballot initiative that effectively overturned a...
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Thank you for coming to this post with a game to get even the shyest students to join in. First let's hear from Elaine Lovell and hear about her experience with the game. And then lower down you will find a full description of the game from my games book for teens and adults. "I received your book just last night and read the Introduction at lunchtime (just before entering my ESOL/English...
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Practical advice and teaching ideas from experienced professional teachers>. Brought to you by members of the ProTeacher Community 464 published collections. Practical advice and teaching ideas from experienced professional teachers. For individual use only. Do not copy, reproduce or transmit.
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