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I have had a Hollywood themed classroom for the past three years. I wanted to share with you some of the decorations I had in my room. The schedule that I used in my room were Hollywood signs with the subjects written on them. I bought these at Teacher’s Clubhouse.
I have linked up with Reading Toward the Stars for a weekly book talk. I am going to review a great teacher resource book called Math Work Stations by Debbie Diller. This book is essential if you are wanting to begin math work stations in your classroom. The setup of the
Math word problems and a scavenger hunt! A fun way to get kids doing math word problems. Let’s look at how this math word problems scavenger hunt works. Word Problems Whenever we look at the data from our testing, word problems are still the area our 2nd graders have difficulties
Earth Day is April 22nd! I love teaching Earth Day with some of my favorite children’s books. My favorite book to use for Earth Day is The Lorax by Dr. Seuss. This iconic book teaches students the importance of taking care of our earth. Dr. Seuss wrote this book long before
It’s time for our research project! I teach second grade and we spend six weeks on research. This year our second graders are researching people. I let the kids pick the person they wanted. Our school has a subscription to PebbleGo. It is perfect for this age group. The kids
Math word problems are always so difficult for 2nd graders. My kids do not like working on them and I am always looking for something to keep them interested. We did an Easter egg word problem scavenger hunt last week. I made 12 colorful eggs with all different types of