# 《Education Degree》

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Possibly Math?
Online Teaching
Fall Festival Ideas
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Bell Ringers
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Grouping Strategies
Teaching Life Skills
Teaching Poetry
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Classroom Organization
Writing
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## Possibly Math?

One fun math idea to incorporate as a weekly routine is a Challenge of the Week problem. It is optional for students to give it a try, but I've found that just by adding the word challenge and hyping it up a little bit...kids love to give it a shot! The problem is always an extension of what we are studying that week in class. I put each new challenge up on Monday morning and students have until the end of the day on Thursday to turn in their solutions to the turn in basket pictured. We go…

These Fraction, Decimal, and Percent conversions posters are a must have for any 6th, 7th, or 8th Grade Math Classroom! Help your class learn converting decimals, converting percents, and convertin…

These Fraction, Decimal, and Percent conversions posters are a must have for any 6th, 7th, or 8th Grade Math Classroom! Help your class learn converting decimals, converting percents, and convertin…

This PEMDAS Order of Operations Bulletin Board Poster is the perfect classroom decor for any 5th, 6th, 7th, or 8th Grade Math Class!

*Includes printable color, printable black & white and interactive digital.With references for scatter plots, correlation, function vs not a function, combining like terms, one/zero/infinite solutions when solving equations, exponent rules, transformations, triangle sums, Pythagorean Theorem, sy...

There are many ways to engage your students using websites and technology. Discover multiple websites for middle school math. | maneuveringthemiddle.com

With the beginning of our geometry units in 6th grade math, it has been all about angles and triangles this past week! Thanks to some creative (and cheap!) angle ideas I found on social media, I was able to incorporate some new things in my classroom this year as we start geometry! First off, this fun idea to reinforce a basic understanding of angles! With some leftover fun tape from Office Depot, a little card stock to write the angles, and about ten minutes, I made this fun entryway into…

From Perimeter People to Cheez-It squares ... we've got you covered!

Hi, check out our grocery corner! We have very limited classroom space so it had to be mounted on the back wall. I used my daughter...

Are you frustrated with the sloppiness or disorganization of math homework? Here are some tips to help your students.

The 4th grade teacher's cheat sheet! This master list of tips and lessons for teaching 4th grade will help veterans and newbies alike sail through the year.

Something new we've learned this year is that TED has some really interesting math videos. Here are a few TED Talks for middle school kids who hate math, for those days when you really need to do something different, or need a bit of a break from the norm.

Show the fun side of math! One poster for each week of school to rotate through. 36 unique posters total. Answer key included! Students love seeing the new joke each week! This product is perfect to use as a bulletin board, as a poster to hang, on your door, and so much more!Also includes directions...

Eighteen fun creative ideas that will actually make it a pleasure to keep your eye on the classroom clock so that you can keep your class on track!

Farmhouse Classroom Decor

I use formal math vocabulary as much as possible during everyday lessons and conversation with my students. Here is how you can do the same!

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## Grouping Strategies

A perfect activity for literature circles and shared reading during your literacy block! Students work independently and in groups to analyze, respond to, and discuss fictional texts. Each student receives an 8.5" x 11" page, and contributes a different piece of information to the group's overall di...

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## Classroom Organization

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## Writing

Use this poster in your common core based classroom to help students use a variety of transitions in their writing. You can also print as a handout for students to keep in their binders as an additional writing resource. Improve essay writing and test scores!

## Teaching Literature

A persuasive writing and speaking activity for kids focused on identifying propaganda while watching TV.

Home Sweet Home, Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore, For the Birds, Forever Mime, One Man Band

Are you tired of the same extension projects for independent novel studies or literature circles? Then look no further! This 3D Pop-Up Picture Book Report comes with everything your students will need to create this foldable project. Even the not-so crafty teacher will love making this project! You ...

Literature Circle Guidelines: You will have completed all assigned weekly reading. You will have completed a weekly role sheet. You will have completed one item from the Novel Study Choice...

Includes rubric with 15 check points. Rubric guides students to a high quality product. Includes character head template. Includes pictures of 10+ student examples. Great for summer reading projects.

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## Rules

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One fun math idea to incorporate as a weekly routine is a Challenge of the Week problem. It is optional for students to give it a try, but I've found that just by adding the word challenge and hyping it up a little bit...kids love to give it a shot! The problem is always an extension of what we are studying that week in class. I put each new challenge up on Monday morning and students have until the end of the day on Thursday to turn in their solutions to the turn in basket pictured. We go…

These Fraction, Decimal, and Percent conversions posters are a must have for any 6th, 7th, or 8th Grade Math Classroom! Help your class learn converting decimals, converting percents, and convertin…

These Fraction, Decimal, and Percent conversions posters are a must have for any 6th, 7th, or 8th Grade Math Classroom! Help your class learn converting decimals, converting percents, and convertin…

This PEMDAS Order of Operations Bulletin Board Poster is the perfect classroom decor for any 5th, 6th, 7th, or 8th Grade Math Class!

*Includes printable color, printable black & white and interactive digital.With references for scatter plots, correlation, function vs not a function, combining like terms, one/zero/infinite solutions when solving equations, exponent rules, transformations, triangle sums, Pythagorean Theorem, sy...

There are many ways to engage your students using websites and technology. Discover multiple websites for middle school math. | maneuveringthemiddle.com

With the beginning of our geometry units in 6th grade math, it has been all about angles and triangles this past week! Thanks to some creative (and cheap!) angle ideas I found on social media, I was able to incorporate some new things in my classroom this year as we start geometry! First off, this fun idea to reinforce a basic understanding of angles! With some leftover fun tape from Office Depot, a little card stock to write the angles, and about ten minutes, I made this fun entryway into…

From Perimeter People to Cheez-It squares ... we've got you covered!

Hi, check out our grocery corner! We have very limited classroom space so it had to be mounted on the back wall. I used my daughter...

Are you frustrated with the sloppiness or disorganization of math homework? Here are some tips to help your students.

The 4th grade teacher's cheat sheet! This master list of tips and lessons for teaching 4th grade will help veterans and newbies alike sail through the year.

Something new we've learned this year is that TED has some really interesting math videos. Here are a few TED Talks for middle school kids who hate math, for those days when you really need to do something different, or need a bit of a break from the norm.

Show the fun side of math! One poster for each week of school to rotate through. 36 unique posters total. Answer key included! Students love seeing the new joke each week! This product is perfect to use as a bulletin board, as a poster to hang, on your door, and so much more!Also includes directions...

Eighteen fun creative ideas that will actually make it a pleasure to keep your eye on the classroom clock so that you can keep your class on track!

Farmhouse Classroom Decor