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15 Convenient Word, Excel, and PowerPoint Add-ins. (2019-03-19 08:52:04)
(Idea published to:. Interests: Middle School, Sixth Grade, Seventh Grade, Eighth Grade, High School, Nineth Grade, Tenth Grade, Twelveth Grade, Computer Integration, Lesson Plans, Technology and Computer Science, Computer Literacy, Online Practice)
"This week it’s time to feature add-ins for the Microsoft crowd. Those of you who aren’t regular Microsoft users should take a look too because you might be surprised by what’s available now.
You can get add-ins for PowerPoint, Word, and Excel from the “insert” menu in all three of those tools. In this video I demonstrate the process in PowerPoint. The process is essentially the same in Word and Excel."
Plant and Animal Cells Science Poster and Vocabulary Cards. (2019-03-19 07:55:19)
(Idea published to: Twitter. Interests: Fourth Grade, Fifth Grade, Sixth Grade, Science, Biology, Posters)
"Here is a collection of 12 posters and 12 vocabulary cards for the following:
Endoplasmic Reticulum (Smooth and Rough)
Force and Motion. (2019-03-19 07:35:12)
(Idea published to: Twitter. Interests: Elementary School, Third Grade, Fourth Grade, Fifth Grade, Science, Lesson Plans, Projects, Literacy - Science and Technical Topics, Worksheets, Center Activities)
"I have been working with my students on recognizing the effects of force and motion on objects. The culminating activity will be the creation of their own personal mouse trap."
Spring Fry Word Hidden Pictures Words 1 - 100. (2019-03-18 07:31:27)
(Idea published to: Twitter. Interests: PreK, Kindergarten, First Grade, Second Grade, English Language Arts, Teacher Tools, Reading - Foundational Skills, Worksheets, Center Activities)
"Practice sight words with these free Spring Fry Word Hidden Pictures (for words 1 - 100). Another free resource for teachers from The Curriculum Corner. This color key sight word practice is a fun addition to your Fry Word practice this spring."
Spring Color Key Multiplication. (2019-03-18 07:23:14)
(Idea published to: Twitter. Interests: Third Grade, Fourth Grade, Fifth Grade, Mathematics, Number and Operations in Base Ten, Worksheets, Center Activities, Quizzes)
"This spring color key multiplication is like a spring color by number set for math practice. FREE multiplication fact practice from The Curriculum Corner. This spring color key multiplication can be used as a fun way for your students to review basic facts this spring."
3 Ways to Make Revising & Editing More Authentic. (2019-03-18 07:15:06)
(Idea published to: Twitter. Interests: Third Grade, Fourth Grade, Fifth Grade, Sixth Grade, Lesson Plans, Writing)
"Getting students to work through the revision & editing process in writing can be a huge challenge as a teacher. You start off the year with a strong focus in the area but just seems there isn't enough time to constantly keep up with it. Before long the kids are supposed to be working together to get it done. Then, when you look at the work it's obvious they aren't doing what you discussed or they're just making a lot of mistakes."
5 Ways to Improve Your Listening Test Scores. (2019-03-18 07:08:06)
(Idea published to: Twitter. Interests: Elementary School, Third Grade, Fourth Grade, Fifth Grade, Sixth Grade, Seventh Grade, Eighth Grade, Assessments and Testing, Speaking and Listening, Audio/Video Resources)
"Knowing how your students perform on the listening portions of these tests is helpful because it enables you to help your students boost these skills and improve the overall performance on the test."
"I, too, teach at a school that administers one of these tests, and the listening portion is where my kids earn the lowest marks. To try to combat this, I’ve started making a more focused effort to plan meaningful listening activities in my curriculum."
5 Underused But Simple Teaching Strategies. (2019-03-15 10:15:14)
(Idea published to: Twitter. Interests: Elementary School, Second Grade, Third Grade, Fourth Grade, Fifth Grade, Middle School, Sixth Grade, Seventh Grade, Teacher Tools, Classroom and Behavioral Management)
"While teachers should continue to pursue the best long-term instructional practices that will help students grow over the course of a year, they should also adopt the tried-and-true best teaching strategies they can put to work immediately.
Here are a few simple teaching strategies you can try tomorrow!"
Race To Ratify Is A New Online U.S. History Game. (2019-03-15 10:06:31)
(Idea published to: Twitter. Interests: Middle School, Sixth Grade, Seventh Grade, Eighth Grade, High School, Nineth Grade, Social Studies/History, Civics, Literacy - History/Social Studies, Center Activities, Educational Games)
"Race to Ratify drops you into 1787, where the ink is still drying on the new Constitution. Will it become the law of the land or will it fall into the dustbin of history? The fate of the young nation is in your hands!"
An Engaging Lesson for RI.5.1 Drawing Inferences. (2019-03-15 09:58:33)
(Idea published to: Twitter. Interests: Fourth Grade, Fifth Grade, Sixth Grade, English Language Arts, Lesson Plans, Reading - Literature, Worksheets, Center Activities)
"Students are expected to become more proficient at comprehending informational passages every year. Teachers should be given high-quality resources to help students meet these high expectations. That’s why I’ve created a lesson to help fifth graders learn how to draw inferences using an informational text about NBA star Steph Curry (CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RI.5.1)."