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Reading Bulletin Board: Take photos of your kids reading, have them create a cover for their favorite book and voilà an amazing classroom display! From Tupelo Honey: A Fun Bookworm Wall Display

Create a silhouette using Paint.

No more using the overhead! Silhouette making in 4 steps from a FREE website! Maybe for a "guess who" for open house? Or a parent gift? I like the "guess who" for open house

I use this for summarizing with my 3rd graders, as well as "CWBME, that's what summary means to me" (Characters, When/Where, Beginning, Middle, End).  This website seems to have a lot of neat teaching ideas.

One of my favorite ways to teach summary. Summarization anchor chart- did this in summer school and it really helped!

This is a GREAT example of what Guided Reading looks like! ...also a link to several other great videos including Daily 5

This is a GREAT example of what Guided Reading looks like! Grade Guided Reading Day a link to several other great videos including Daily 5

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Make these for the library :) Happy books above the entrance door announce the Emerson (New Jersey) Library children's room


Free Scroll Saw Patterns by Arpop: Jigsaw Puzzle Templates - would be fun to do to kids' artwork or family pictures

Activity sticks

One minute activities to get the kids' blood pumping and to break up seatwork time. Say "activity time" choose a stick and set the timer.

Starting out

"Check Out the Lineup in." Using a T-shirt theme and hanging student shirts along a clothing line is a colorful idea for a Back To School bulletin board display. You can also have the children decorate their t-shirt

Introducing Bulletin Board - great ide for beginning year. Awesome for making the children feel more welcomed to the classroom

Classroom Snapshots

Coloured paper laminated and a clothes peg. So easy but so effective. Display great work in the classroom!

Displaying student's work - laminated pieces of construction paper and hot glue clothes pins to display student work. This would be nice with scrapbook paper.

Lost-Students describe their snowman so that it can be uniquely identified

Create a snowman, and describe the snowman so that others can find the one that is yours. Very cute for a Winter Writing board! (Use as introductory descriptive writing activity with dogs.