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by Jill & Cathy on November 21, 2014

This is a sponsored post written by us on behalf of Chevrolet for IZEA. All opinions are 100% ours.

As teachers, Jill and I understand how a simple thank you can brighten a teacher’s day.  As cliché as it sounds, something as simple as an apple from a student is such a wonderful way to start a day.  It’s so nice to know that as a child started his or her day, one thought was finding a way to show a teacher they care.  Of course, it doesn’t have to be an object we are given, a big smile or hug as a child enters the class can be just as meaningful!  Because we know the amount of energy a teacher puts into each day, we like to find small ways to help our children’s teachers know that we appreciate them.  This week we put together a small treat that is perfect for this time of year.

To create our simple gifts, we pulled together a few small items we knew teachers could use.  As it gets colder and recess duty gets windier, ChapStick is a must so we made sure to include this.  Chocolate is always a nice surprise in the morning and we also added gum.   The possibilities are endless; we just wanted to make sure the items we included would be used.  We used small treat bags we purchased in the party supply section and printed off these gift tags:  Chalkboard Thank You Labels.  We stuffed the bags and attached the tags for a simple thank you gift.  A3da0d4f-69ff-4df9-8aa5-86f102e157c9_zpsa2a96057
Teachers sometimes feel unappreciated and anything we can do to help our children’s teachers understand how important they are is worth our time. Teachers are so seldom recognized for all they do. We recently discovered that Chevy is a company that understands this in a big way and wants to express their gratitude by offering an Educator Discount that never takes a summer break. This discount is available to all school employees. I know we would want to apply the Chevy Educator’s discount to the Equinox or the Malibu! Find out more about this discount here:  Chevrolet’s Educator Discount
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Holiday Themed Math Facts Cards

by Jill & Cathy on November 17, 2014

Holiday Owl Math Facts Matching Cards for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division free from The Curriculum Corner

These cute holiday themed owl flash cards are a fun way for kids to practice their math facts this season!   40 addition, 40 subtraction, 40 multiplication and 40 division facts are included in this post.  So many ways to use them.  Just print in color, laminate and cut out each equation and answer.

These can be used for a memory game – matching math fact to answer or even a simple Go Fish game with partners.  Games are a great way to keep your students engaged during these weeks before a holiday break.  How will you use them in your classroom? Share your ideas below so all of us will have some new ideas!

Owl Addition Math Fact Cards

Owl Subtraction Math Fact Cards

Owl Multiplication Math Fact Cards

Owl Division Math Fact Cards

 

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Reading Informational Text for Beginning Readers

November 12, 2014

One idea that we have all taken from the English/Language Arts CCSS is that our students need to be reading much more informational or nonfiction texts.  This needs to begin very early so that as students progress through reading levels, they have experience to pull from and strategies to use.  These matching cards are a […]

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Thanksgiving Themed Classroom Activities Round-Up

November 11, 2014

We’ve pulled together all of our Thanksgiving activities to help you find them quickly!  We hope this helps you quickly pull together your Thanksgiving week with educational and fun activities. Thanksgiving Word Wall for Writers  Use this word wall to help students with common Thanksgiving words.  Also makes a fun classroom decoration (or maybe even […]

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Introducing Trackcc.org

November 7, 2014

We’ve been very lucky to be a part of a project that has created the most complete Common Core app out there!  Have you explored the app yet?  It includes our “I Can” Statements for each of the CCSS.  It is more than just an app that displays the standards, it also allows parents, teachers […]

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Thanksgiving Word Wall for Writers

November 5, 2014

 This word wall was created to be a resource for your young writers.  Having common words posted in the room, can prevent constant interruptions for spelling requests.  You might enlarge on your poster maker and allow students to add their own words.  Or, add to individual writing folders. Thanksgiving Word Wall

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Thanksgiving Word Cards w/ Activities

November 3, 2014

Use these word cards and activities during the month of November.  These were created to be an easy to put together word work center.  Please review the word cards and use the ones that fit your classroom community.  We have included pilgrims and Indians as options.  (With the wording choices of Indians or Native Americans.) […]

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Matching Fall Sentences w/ Pictures

October 31, 2014

These cards are designed to be used in various ways.  You can cut these into strips, leaving the pictures attached so that students have picture clues when reading the sentences.  Or cut the strips apart and have students match the pictures with the sentences.  How else do you plan on using this resource? Fall Sentence […]

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Strategies to Help Students Master Multiplication Facts

October 29, 2014

Most teachers will agree that mastery of math facts is essential in the upper grades.  When students can’t quickly mentally add, subtract, multiply or divide two one-digit numbers it impedes their progress on more difficult math concepts.  In previous posts we gave our thoughts on incorporating timed tests effectively.  Here we reiterate those ideas, but […]

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Everything CCSS “I Can” for K – 6 Grades

October 22, 2014

From here you can access all of our Common Core resources for grades K – 6.  We have CCSS checklists currently available for grades 7 and 8 but do not yet have completed “I Can” statements.  Our hope is to have the “I Can” statements available for 7th and 8th grades by the end of […]

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Introducing the Scientific Method

October 21, 2014

As a part of our partnership with Variquest, we created a lesson and anchor chart for introducing students to the scientific method.  We are sharing this lesson along with the free printable materials below. Anchor Chart  Print on your poster maker for a great classroom decoration that is meaningful! Recording Page  This organizer is designed […]

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Frozen Inspired Fry Word Games

October 15, 2014

This collection of 10 Fry Word boards are perfect for the Frozen fans in your classroom.  Use at a center or, copy the boards best for each student and send them home to encourage at home practice.   All of the first 300 words are included.  Students need a coin and two markers to play. Words are […]

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Strategies to Help Students Master Subtraction Facts

October 13, 2014

(Scroll down to find the FREE Bump game shown above.) Recently we posted about how we incorporate timed math facts tests in our second grade classrooms.  In that post we focused on addition facts – provided a link to our addition timed tests and included a few addition math fact practice games.  You will find […]

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Author Study: Meet Gail Gibbons

October 1, 2014

A newer unit of study our district has incorporated into our writing workshop over the last couple of years is literary nonfiction.  Weaving facts with storytelling can be a difficult concept for young authors to  apply to their own writing.  We believe that the best approach is immersing children in good examples of this writing […]

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Fact or Opinion Sorting Cards

September 26, 2014

 It can be difficult for students to differentiate between facts and opinions.  We have created materials in the past to help with this skill.  (You will find those here:  Fact or Opinion.  This collections includes class games, a file folder game and more.) Fact or Opinion Sorting Cards Because it never seems like enough, we […]

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