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FREE LESSON - “Back to School Ice Breaker” -  Go to The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs for this and hundreds of free lessons.  3rd - 5th Grade  #FreeLesson   #TeachersPayTeachers  #BacktoSchool  http://www.thebestofteacherentrepreneurs.net/2014/07/free-misc-lesson-back-to-school-ice.html

FREE LESSON - “Back to School Ice Breaker” - Go to The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs for this and hundreds of free lessons. 3rd - 5th Grade #FreeLesson #TeachersPayTeachers #BacktoSchool http://www.thebestofteacherentrepreneurs.net/2014/07/free-misc-lesson-back-to-school-ice.html

Star Wars inspired Peanut Allergy Tee shirt tshirt for toddlers "Please Keep All PEANUTS in a Galaxy Far Far Away" black sizes 2T - 5T boys

Star Wars inspired Peanut Allergy Tee shirt tshirt for toddlers "Please Keep All PEANUTS in a Galaxy Far Far Away" black sizes 2T - 5T boys

Summary & Retelling graphic organizer: students write details on the lines as they read and then write one sentence inside the diamond after they read.

Summary & Retelling graphic organizer: students write details on the lines as they read and then write one sentence inside the diamond after they read.

Put hand sanitizer on each table. Put different colored tape on each bottle so you can tell which team the bottle belongs to. This post has FREE boy-girl and team printables. #PURELL30

Put hand sanitizer on each table. Put different colored tape on each bottle so you can tell which team the bottle belongs to. This post has FREE boy-girl and team printables. #PURELL30

Everyone gets a square with a quarter circle, this is the end result- could be a good ice breaker beginning of year activity by shannon

Everyone gets a square with a quarter circle, this is the end result- could be a good ice breaker beginning of year activity by shannon

Area math game: Roll the dice and draw the area array. (Also a good way to build conceptual understanding of area being deconstructed into smaller rectangles - emphasized in common core standards)

Area math game: Roll the dice and draw the area array. (Also a good way to build conceptual understanding of area being deconstructed into smaller rectangles - emphasized in common core standards)