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They have been posted though, and are available in my TpT.

Whether you are using my Engaged Spelling or not, these Spelling and Vocabulary Board Games will be a fun and valuable asset to your spelling progr...

Vocabulary and Spelling Board Games for Engaged Spelling Centers

Another pinner says: Whether you are using my Engaged Spelling or not, these Spelling and Vocabulary Board Games will be a fun and valuable asset to your spelling program

Parents who want to stimulate their children’s brain development focus on things like early reading, flashcards and language tapes. But a growing body of research suggests that playing certain childhood games may be the best way to increase a child’s ability to do well in school. Variations on games like Freeze Tag and Simon Says require high levels of executive function, test a child’s ability to pay attention, remember rules and exhibit self-control — qualities that predict academic…

Simon Says Don't Use Flashcards

executive function skills Simon Says Don't Use Flashcards NYTimes By Tara Parker-Pope. Great activities for kids to develop executive-function skills. Can use some during class, IM, on the swing, therapy etc. Can adapt for adults as well

Universal Homework Model- interesting video from Whole Brain Teaching-research shows that homework has little to no value in elementary school, but we shouldn%u2019t totally give it up since it does prove beneficial in middle and high school.

Universal Homework Model--going to figure out a way to make this work for what I already have in place for my homework routine.

FREE Historical Movies List with Reviews for Teaching History                                                                                                                                                                                 More

FREE Historical Movies List with Reviews for Teaching History

I hope to teach elementary music someday and history definitely ties into music appreciation.

Enjoy this FREE back to school "I have...who has?" game that focuses on the dolch primer sight word list.

Enjoy this FREE back to school I have. game that focuses on the dolch primer sight word list. Great high frequency word practice for y.

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Free Speech and Language Worksheets

Free articulation, language, and speech room freebies! Boardmaker cards for lots of sounds and some grammar/vocab cards.

Pretend elevator -- we just did this (made our elevator with the shower curtain being the elevator door) -- major hit! Now there are elevators going up all over our house!

Pretend Elevator Play

Pretend Elevator ~ simple pretend play that is great for working on number recognition. **I was JUST looking for some great number recognition exercises!

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