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I really like this image as a wide angle. It shows what is seen every time you step outside of the front door. I enjoy the vibrance of this image and the prominence of the birds. I could see this being used within my final series.

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Easiest Classroom Mailboxes Ever (The Primary Peach)

I want to put one of these in my room, but with a folder behind each title. In the folders I would put various blank outlines, special drafting paper, peer editing sheets, editing mark cards, etc.

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Missing Homework? Try this Daily Report!

This worksheet can organize a forgetful student's work habits. It can be used for any elementary grade. The website includes many "freebies" for teachers such as worksheets and other resources. Teaching Standard I.1 says that teachers should demonstrate knowledge of child and adolescent development including students' cognitive, language, social, and physical developmental levels.

but with our writing process steps... good way to keep track of where kids are at, and if a helper comes in its easy for them to see who needs help.

Missing Homework Letter - Have students complete this and get it signed when they have several missing assignments for the week

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Interactive Writing Notebook for First Grade - First Grade Centers and More. First lesson is topic sentence with two reason sentences; progresses to 3 reason sentences; then includes a closing sentence as the year progresses.