Helpful little sayings for writing and remembering which is which....b or d.
How do the old dots and squares games support learning for students? There's a multitude of ways! Find tips on how to make these and 3 completed sample games here!
Need some quick and easy flashcards that won't get lost? Glue these down in those interactive notebooks. Free for you.
Looking for a spring themed language arts vocabulary builder and bulletin board? Look here...sticky notes to the rescue!
Showing someone how much you're a fan of theirs is easy with these Valentine fans. If you can fold paper "accordion style", you can make these! Minimum
Do it yourself lacing cards that will last!!!!
Have you noticed the unbelievable number of free tutorials on the internet? These could be used to help kids write better expository "works". Read about this idea here!
Check this out! What do gallon plastic milk bottles have to do with elementary school gym classes?
FREE video/tutorials that explicitly show how to use Microsoft PowerPoint to make backgrounds, borders, frames, and wallpapers for product covers and blog walls.
Hello parents and teachers! Are you falling for fall yet? Here's something to get your "autumn on". Easy fall leaf art that looks beautiful in the home or classroom. Can be done by kids and adultds. Great bulletin board. See sample and website address. FREE
Five welcoming bulletin boards for back to school! Complete instructions, images, templates. Some free, some low cost. All original and eye catching. Very creative!
I found this on twitter. Great way to get student responses.
Smart boards have more or less replaced overhead projectors. If your school used these projectors in the past, do they still have the unused clear sheets in storage? One way to put them to good use would be to make them into see-through overlays. I made comparison pie fractions by drawing the fractional pies with different colored permanent markers on the clear sheets.
Too hot in the summer sun? Do your summer reading inside this "cool" reading nook igloo made of plastic milk cartons!
Too cold outside to play in the snow and build an "igloo"? Bring the outdoors in! Build a life-size igloo out of plastic gallon milk cartons. Great for a reading nook or "hide-out" for the classroom or home!