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Math Tub Labels

by Jill & Cathy on July 31, 2015

Math Tub Labels FREE from The Curriculum CornerWanting to get your math supplies organized?  We have created these ready to go labels to help you out!  Simply print, laminate and begin labeling.  We have included pictures when possible and even have a blank page for you to add your own.

Math Tub Labels

Because of Copyrights, we can not share the editable version of our math tub labels with clip art.  However, if you would like to use our file to design your own, we are providing the file without images below as a PowerPoint file.

Red Arrows     Yellow Arrows    Chalkboard

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Comparing 2-Digit Numbers Clip Cards

by Jill & Cathy on July 31, 2015

2 Digit Comparing Numbers Clip Cards FREE from The Curriculum Corner This is a set of 28 clip cards for students to practice comparing two-digit numbers.  Simply print and cut out the cards, place a sticker or a dot on the back of each card behind the correct answer and then laminate.  Students use clothespins or other kinds of clips to choose their answer and then turn the card over to self-check.

Comparing 2-Digit Numbers Clip Cards

We have kept the background pattern the same as our original set of Comparing 1-Digit Numbers Clip Cards so that you can combine the two sets for even more practice.  Put together specific sets of cards for individuals or small groups to help differentiate.

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Primary Math Vocabulary Resources (142 Math Terms!)

July 27, 2015

We have pulled almost 150 math vocabulary  words and concepts from the primary grades and presented them here with kid-friendly definitions.  Each area in mathematics has three resources: Vocabulary Cards – These are small vocab cards with matching definition cards.  Print, cut and laminate all of the cards and then pull those that you need for […]

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Printable Calendar Pages + SNICKERS® Ice Cream Pies

July 24, 2015

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are ours alone. #ShareFunshine #CollectiveBias As teachers are getting ready to head back to school, we know that they have two things on their mind: 1.  Enjoying the last pieces of summer 2.  Getting organized for a great start to the school […]

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Handwashing Posters for a #BackToClean Year!

July 23, 2015

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are ours alone. #BackToClean #CollectiveBias As teachers, we know it never fails. We head back to school with a busy schedule and never ending to-do list. We are trying to balance our family at home and our life at school. On top […]

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Teacher Blogging: Getting Started

July 21, 2015

Have you decided to make the jump into teacher blogging?  You have enough on your plate right now and probably don’t have the time to do your own research.  We have tried to pull together a few resources to get you started.  Hopefully this will make starting your blog just a little bit easier! If […]

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Back to School Activities PLUS a Quick Breakfast Idea

July 21, 2015

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are ours alone. #QuakerRealMedleys #CollectiveBias Summer is filled with slow breakfasts and relaxing mornings.  Unfortunately, for teachers that time is coming to an end.  However, it doesn’t mean you have to give up a tasty breakfast!  To make those dreaded first days […]

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Blank Books & Papers for Writing Workshop

July 16, 2015

We have put together a new collection of blank books and papers for your writing workshop. For the books, we have included different cover and page choices within each file.  You can download and print the file once and have multiple pages to choose from.  This will make creating the perfect book for each student […]

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Binder Covers plus Back to School Tips

July 14, 2015

This is a sponsored post by Avery and these opinions are 100% my own. Every teacher has the wish to make the new school year more organized than the previous one. However, we know from experience that the best intentions are often hard to keep! We have found that beginning the year with a new planning […]

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Newspapers Part 5: Editorials

July 13, 2015

Editorials should be a part of teaching your students about newspapers, but are also an important and relevant way to show your students how opinion writing is used in a real-world context.  In this lesson, we have provided a kid-friendly editorial for you and your students to read together.  We have chosen a topic that […]

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Teacher Blogging: How The Curriculum Corner Began

July 7, 2015

** This is the first in a series of posts.  So often we receive questions from other teachers about starting a blog or web site of their own.  We wanted to share the story of how we got started and what we have learned.  We will also be including suggestions and questions from other teacher […]

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Menu Math Center

July 5, 2015

Giving students experiences that are similar to real-world situations are always useful in math.  We created these simple menus and task cards so that students can get practice with reading menus and performing operations with money amounts.  Simply print and laminate the menus and task cards, copy recording pages for students and place at a […]

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Number Bond Sort

July 5, 2015

This math center uses addition number bonds to help students strengthen math facts mastery.  They sort the bonds under the number that fits in the third circle of the bond.  Answers 1 – 20 are included with over 200 matching math facts (including those that represent the commutative property of addition).  Print all of the […]

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Meaningful Morning Centers

July 2, 2015

When we arrive at school as teachers, we put down our things, say hi to our friends and maybe grab a cup of coffee.  Of course there are mornings when there is much to do and we get right to work, but we feel so much better when we can ease into our mornings.  We […]

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Launching Your Reading Workshop (**UPDATED unit**)

June 28, 2015

We believe the key to a successful readers’ workshop is teaching your students the right procedures so that the workshop runs smoothly and effectively.  Use these launching lessons to create a more organized and meaningful experience for you and your students.  Since many of these lessons build the foundation of your workshop and are more […]

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