This is almost too easy. Fill a Ziploc® bag with Greek yogurt, snip one corner, dot along a baking sheet and freeze. Love these as a healthy snack option when you’re craving something sweet. Store a bunch in the freezer to help keep your healthy eating resolutions on track.
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Guided Math Photos
Here is a place to find photos taken of Guided Math in progress. Teacher works in small group as the students learn about 2 digit by 2 digit multiplication. Teacher made a game where students roll 4 dice. Kids are in 2 teams. The teams need to figure out the highest and lowest product. YES, they are writing on the tables with dry erase markers. Dry erase board is there too. Teacher models then allows students to practice with each other. She redirects if students are doing it wrong. Students…
10 Exit Slip Prompts that Will Work for Any Class | Teach 4 the Heart
If you're not using exit slips, you really should try them. Basically, you give students a quick prompt at the end of class (or for elementary, at the end of the day or the end of a subject). Then the students have just a couple minutes to write an answer and turn it in. Why You Should Use E
I am soooooo looking forward to Monday. We have district wide in-service. I can't wait! And I'm not even being sarcastic. We get to spend the entire day with our PLCs. My math-teaching buddies and I have decided to use the whole day to create activities for our classrooms. No yawn-inducing sessions that don't apply to us. We are going to create stuff that we can use! I've been compiling supplies, links, and ideas for inspiration. Beach balls, because summer is soooo close. I made the pink…
Quick & Easy Formative Assessments UPDATED
Sometimes it feels crazy overwhelming to keep assessing students and know exactly what they do/don’t understand. That’s where these quick and easy formative assessment ideas comes in! M…
Click here to access ifaketext.com This site is great as it can be used to create a reading comprehension activity such as the one I have displayed below. You create the conversation, add a few comprehension questions, and away you go! It took under 10 minutes to make this activity (for a change!) and it's visually appealing, looks different than our usual paragraph + questions. This look makes it somewhat more relevant to my students and its briefness will definitely hold their attention…
Popsicle Stick Spanish Vocabulary Game | Spanish for You!
The Popsicle Stick Spanish Vocabulary Game is fun and one students ask for often. The sticks have Spanish words written on one side & English on the other.
Sick Day Sub Plans
Each year I think I am going to finally have built up enough immunities to escape the "Back to School" cold, and each year I still get it. Granted it's already the middle of October, so maybe I'm...