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Ideas to Engage Students After Winter Break

Ideas to Engage Students After Winter Break

If you're looking for ideas to engage students after winter break and beat the back-to-school "blahs," you're in the right place. For the first week back from winter break, we have a great list of post-holiday activities, lessons, and routines to welcome your students...

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10 Indoor Recess Ideas

10 Indoor Recess Ideas

Indoor recess, am I right? As a teacher, those two words either make you groan or smile. If you take a look at the comments in our Facebook Groups it seems like most teachers are on the groan side of the spectrum. No matter how you feel, having indoor recess plans is...

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Seasonal and Holiday Projects for 2nd Graders

Seasonal and Holiday Projects for 2nd Graders

With so many subjects and skills to teach, it can sometimes be a struggle to squeeze in high-quality science and social studies instruction. We get it! That’s why we created the Monthly and Seasonal Projects All Year Bundle. Teachers love this bundle as a way to...

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Hallway Art Ideas for Every Season

Hallway Art Ideas for Every Season

Every year art projects fill the hallways of schools around the world. Sometimes it can be challenging to come up with just the right project. Well, never fear! Below is a treasure trove of seasonal hallway art ideas to spruce up your school this year! Fall Colorscape...

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Last Minute Student Gift Ideas

Last Minute Student Gift Ideas

Tis' the season...for grading, writing report cards, creating parent gifts, making all the art, AND spreading kindness and cheer. One way teachers do this is giving a student gift. While this is not a requirement, it is FUN! Below you will find several ideas for easy,...

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Christmas in the Classroom: Ideas for ELA and Math

Christmas in the Classroom: Ideas for ELA and Math

Children’s’ eyes light up during the holiday season - especially when they get to engage in special holiday activities at school. But, these days, many teachers are feeling the pressure to continue with regular standards-based instruction.  Guess what? You can...

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Christmas Door Decorations

Christmas Door Decorations

Sometimes the hardest part of Christmas door decorations is figuring out the idea.  The Lucky 2nd Grade Teachers Facebook Group has shared their ideas to help make your Christmas door decoration planning easy peasy this holiday season.  Below you will find...

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Martin Luther King Jr. Day Activities and Videos

Martin Luther King Jr. Day Activities and Videos

Martin Luther King Jr. Day is an important day to celebrate both in and out of the classroom.  There are many important lessons for students to learn not only on this day but throughout the entire year.  This post explains the different activities and videos...

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February Math Centers

February Math Centers

February...one of my favorite months to teach at an elementary school.  It's the month of kindness, friendship, love, and Valentine's Day fun.  February math centers is one way I like to implement this theme along with some authentic learning of course.  Keep your...

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January Math Centers

January Math Centers

It's time to talk math centers for January!  Winter has officially arrived.  Up here in Minnesota the snow is piling up, the temperatures are below freezing, and the snow sports are in full force.  I use these winter themed math centers as a way of practicing skills...

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Groundhog's Day is coming February 2nd!

 

Grab this free non-fiction text features practice sheet and teach your students about Groundhog's Day at the same time!

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