The Sweetest Melody - another music educator blog to check out. This blog article is about Anchor Charts and Posters.

The Sweetest Melody - another music educator blog to check out. This blog article is about Anchor Charts and Posters.

ひらがな知育プリント 【かくれた ことばを みつけよう】---took me a minute to figure out these were Japanese word finds. >.<

ひらがな知育プリント 【かくれた ことばを みつけよう】---took me a minute to figure out these were Japanese word finds. >.<

Daily 5 word work station. Repinned by Autism Classroom. http://www.pinterest.com/autismclassroom/

Daily 5 word work station. Repinned by Autism Classroom. http://www.pinterest.com/autismclassroom/

I wonder if I could use both side of an open binder to show a larger number to have students review place value....hmmm. Perhaps draw a card with a written number in which the student must then show it in multiple ways using the pockets, numerical cards, unit block cards, and so forth....just a thought.

I wonder if I could use both side of an open binder to show a larger number to have students review place value....hmmm. Perhaps draw a card with a written number in which the student must then show it in multiple ways using the pockets, numerical cards, unit block cards, and so forth....just a thought.


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I love these kinds of comparisons. They are good for catching the student's attention sometimes too.

I love these kinds of comparisons. They are good for catching the student's attention sometimes too.

The 10 Worst College Majors

The 10 Worst College Majors

Educational infographic & Data The Top 10 Worst College Majors, Definitively Ranked Image Description Best and Worst Majors. This is a nice infographic, bu

The Sweetest Melody - another music educator blog to check out.  This blog article is about Anchor Charts and Posters.

The Sweetest Melody - another music educator blog to check out. This blog article is about Anchor Charts and Posters.

kirakiradoodles:      There are two different types of japanese adjectives. “i-adjectives” and “na-adjectives”. Some examples ^-^     (via holycrapjapanese)

kirakiradoodles: There are two different types of japanese adjectives. “i-adjectives” and “na-adjectives”. Some examples ^-^ (via holycrapjapanese)

Learning Japanese through cartoons.  Looks like you might need to know kanji, though

Learning Japanese through cartoons. Looks like you might need to know kanji, though

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