Janelle L
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4 in a Row- How to Play: 1. Roll the die. 2. Read a word with the same number as the dice. 3. Place one coloured counter on the word if read correctly 4. The winner is the one to have 4 in a row either vertically, horizontally or diagonally.

4 in a Row- How to Play: 1. Roll the die. 2. Read a word with the same number as the dice. 3. Place one coloured counter on the word if read correctly 4. The winner is the one to have 4 in a row either vertically, horizontally or diagonally.

This allows students to truly understand what different fractions mean and their equivalencies. For example: 1/4 is the same thing as .25 and one section of circle divided into four sections.

This allows students to truly understand what different fractions mean and their equivalencies. For example: 1/4 is the same thing as .25 and one section of circle divided into four sections.

Behaviour management chart. The upper ladders are larger because I want to encourage more children to become "excellent workers" and "shooting stars". The "danger zone" and "amber alert" sections are smaller because I want to ensure that children stay away from those zones and stay on the upper part of the ladder. Awarded merit badges and certificates. I do it daily because every day is a fresh start and children's names go back to green "ready to learn". They also liked decorating their own…

Behaviour management chart. The upper ladders are larger because I want to encourage more children to become "excellent workers" and "shooting stars". The "danger zone" and "amber alert" sections are smaller because I want to ensure that children stay away from those zones and stay on the upper part of the ladder. Awarded merit badges and certificates. I do it daily because every day is a fresh start and children's names go back to green "ready to learn". They also liked decorating their own…