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Craft Fabulous: DIY Grinch Pills (aka: green tic tacs) It's that time of year again! Everyone is Christmas shopping and trying to come up with the perfect gift! These Grinch Pills make great gifts for kids, husbands, coworkers or anyone else you can think of!

Craft Fabulous: DIY Grinch Pills (aka: green tic tacs) It's that time of year again! Everyone is Christmas shopping and trying to come up with the perfect gift! These Grinch Pills make great gifts for kids, husbands, coworkers or anyone else you can thin

Tons of Daily 5 ideas and printables! (first grade)

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Writing Pin 1: Monster Writing: Each child is given a monster rock. They will then write a story about their monster rock. They describe their monster rock, and any different things that their monster rock might do. For example, one child had said if you open the monster rock's bag then it would run away. This activity is something fun for the children to do, and it will let them use their imaginations and make them laugh.

I have been all about the Monsters lately. If you aren't allowed to celebrate Halloween at your school, monsters are a great way to spread.

15 hands-on formative assessments for any novel! Engage your students while assessing their knowledge at the same time!

15 Hands-On Formative Assessments (Bundle) for Any Novel: 96 Pages This product includes 15 hands-on formative assessments that will help you assess your

A collection of 36 star guided reading question cards. 8 before reading questions, 8 during reading questions and 20 after reading questions cards. #guidedreading

A collection of 36 star guided reading question cards. 8 before reading questions, 8 during reading questions and 20 after reading questions cards.

Another pinned said: I put a box like this on my desk last year and it was ALWAYS full of notes, stories and drawings from my kids. If they began to tell a story during a lesson I'd say "oh! box!" This way I heard the story AND kept the lesson going, could respond to notes as well!

allow kids to always leave notes, questions, concerns, art pictures.this will keep their little pictures off the top of my desk! (Might need a box bigger than a shoe box)