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neutrals range on trend classroom decor with text overlay that reads neutrals range on trend classroom decor
Stylish Classroom Decor in a neutral colour palette
a bulletin board with writing on it that says, central idea the lesson the author is trying to teach you
Central Idea Pizza Anchor Chart
Central Idea/Supporting Details anchor chart
a sign with words written on it in front of a wooden table that says, realistic fiction what is it?
Realistic Fiction Anchor Chart
Realistic Fiction Anchor Chart K, 1st, 2nd grade
8 - recipes for blends Phonics Activities, Phonics, Blends And Digraphs, Blends Anchor Chart, Teaching Phonics
20 Perfect Anchor Charts To Teach Phonics and Blends
8 - recipes for blends
leaf people craft for kids to make
Fun and easy leaf people craft
This leaf art project can be used along with a lesson about leaves. This craft great for kids in preschool, kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade.
a bulletin board with words on it in the middle of an office cubicle that reads, play work stay nice and kind
Finally got my quote wall finished! this is our class mantra this year-stick to these 3 things and you'll be good to go
the holiday writing activity is shown in this black and white photo, which includes an image of
Holidays Around the World (freebie) - The Teacher Bag
My holiday traditions freebie
a sign that is on the side of a wall next to a toilet in a bathroom
My Week in Review
B & D chart- I think I like this better than 'making the bed'....hmmm
a child's door decorated with words and an image of a person wearing a mask
Snowflakes Falling & Contraction Surgery
Contraction surgery ..this is such fun, oh and the kids love it too!
a white board with writing on it that says ae tou and the words above it
Here are some of the top tips, tricks, ideas, strategies, for teaching first grade and the first grade classroom.
a sign that is on top of a wooden easer with words written in different languages
Favorite Pins Friday!
First Grade Friendly Froggies: Favorite Pins Friday! Wow...from 1st grade my 8th graders don't remember to do this