Bri Davenport

Bri Davenport

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Icebreakers That Rock: 3 No-Cheese Activities That Won't Embarass Students -  Too many icebreakers require students to take massive social risks with people they barely know. Or they don’t really help students get to know each other. Or they are just plain cheesy. Here are three that are actually good.

Icebreakers That Rock: 3 No-Cheese Activities That Won't Embarass Students - Too many icebreakers require students to take massive social risks with people they barely know. Or they don’t really help students get to know each other. Or they are just plain cheesy. Here are three that are actually good.

Pixel People Math Art - creating people out of squares then find area, perimeter and write fractions for the colors used. Also have students explain how their design shows symmetry. Freebie of the math page included.

Pixel People Math Art - creating people out of squares then find area, perimeter and write fractions for the colors used. Also have students explain how their design shows symmetry. Freebie of the math page included.

Language Arts Center: Quotation Marks Punctuating With Pasta Grades: 2-4

Language Arts Center: Quotation Marks Punctuating With Pasta Grades: 2-4

Do you have students in your class who are doing okay with their reading, but they have so much trouble with spelling? And you’re not really sure what else you can do to help them improve their spelling? Don’t worry you’re not alone. If you’re not specifically teaching children the skill of segmenting, then your students will find accurate spelling difficult. Here I share 5 practical ways to help your students improve their spelling.

Do you have students in your class who are doing okay with their reading, but they have so much trouble with spelling? And you’re not really sure what else you can do to help them improve their spelling? Don’t worry you’re not alone. If you’re not specifically teaching children the skill of segmenting, then your students will find accurate spelling difficult. Here I share 5 practical ways to help your students improve their spelling.

Do you have students in your class who are doing okay with their reading, but they have so much trouble with spelling? And you’re not really sure what else you can do to help them improve their spelling? Don’t worry you’re not alone. If you’re not specifically teaching children the skill of segmenting, then your students will find accurate spelling difficult. Here I share 5 practical ways to help your students improve their spelling.

Do you have students in your class who are doing okay with their reading, but they have so much trouble with spelling? And you’re not really sure what else you can do to help them improve their spelling? Don’t worry you’re not alone. If you’re not specifically teaching children the skill of segmenting, then your students will find accurate spelling difficult. Here I share 5 practical ways to help your students improve their spelling.