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Middle School Students will LOVE this! People are so quick to "like" what other people say and do on facebook - why not bring that same positive energy to the classroom. Print these on sticker paper and attach to assignments, quizzes, tests!

Middle School Students will LOVE this! People are so quick to "like" what other people say and do on facebook - why not bring that same positive energy to the classroom. Print these on sticker paper and attach to assignments, quizzes, tests!

Rebuses are optical illusions that use pictures to represent words or parts of words. Can your child solve these rebuses?

Guess What It Says

Rebuses are optical illusions that use pictures to represent words or parts of words. Can your child solve these rebuses?

Middle school - Would you rather...have kids justify their thinking. Facilitating discussion before writing...give supportive details to opinions

Halloween Would You Rather Questions

Middle school - Would you rather...have kids justify their thinking. Facilitating discussion before writing...give supportive details to opinions

Using Music in the Elementary Classroom (Warning: It May Get Loud) | Edutopia

Using Music in the Elementary Classroom (Warning: It May Get Loud)

1. Attach an image (photo, magazine, etc.) to a notebook page and write about it.   2. What things will people in the future say abou...

1. Attach an image (photo, magazine, etc.) to a notebook page and write about it. 2. What things will people in the future say abou...

This is a free collection of wall art you might consider printing, laminating, and hanging on the walls of your classroom. You might even open them on a SmartBoard screen and ask students in your Life Skills/Social Development class to write what they think these proverbs mean to them.

Number the Stars

This is a free collection of wall art you might consider printing, laminating, and hanging on the walls of your classroom. You might even open them on a SmartBoard screen and ask students in your Life Skills/Social Development class to write what they think these proverbs mean to them.

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