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published by Tattoo3658we on May 12, 2010 Delicious Mushrooms rolled in a cheesy breadcrumb mixture and then baked to a golden brown makes a great appetizer to start that tasty meal. This is a really easy breaded mushroom recipe to make in only 20 minutes. Breaded mushrooms have a delicious taste and they are really simple to make.
Christmas writing activity…with a compassionate twist December 4th, 2012 — Holiday & Seasonal Ideas , Writing Games & Activities AT THIS time of year, my husband and I always look forward to poring through the gift catalogs that come in the mail. Not the “gimmee” catalogs from Macy’s or Target or Pottery Barn, but the catalogs that come from such worthy organizations as World Vision , Compassion , and Samaritan’s Purse , offering us a chance to buy a really special, greatly appreciated gift for a child or family in need.
My teaching partner Racquel came up with the idea of giving the kids pictures from the Chris Van Allsburg's book, "The Mysteries of Harris Burdick" and having them write their own mysteries. I did some research and came across a great unit on Teachers Pay T eachers from Rundees Room . (only $3.00, I have purchased many items from her shop) I followed her lessons to get the children motivated to write their own mysteries. I used " The Portfolio Edition of The Mysteries of Harris Burdick " which are large prints from the book.
Whooo Hooo! Got all my pretty duct tape and made my first "quilt" today! I started with a small one that I plan to use for my BOGGLE Board. I used sandwich bags with four rows of four bags. I used just a tad more than one 10 foot roll for this one to give you an idea of how much duct tape you will need. I am also thinking of doing my bigger one with clear packing tape first and then covering with duct tape.
I have been working on some new ideas for my students to do during their Daily Five "Word Work" rotation. A couple days ago I posted about my Word of the Week Graphic Organizer . Another idea I had was inspired by a couple different sources. I first saw the idea for a Boggle bulletin board on Pinterest.
Thanks to all of our reader suggestions, we are now able to make the Homeworkopoly game board available. Measuring 35 inches square, it’s large enough to use on a bulletin board. If you have suggestions for improving the design or adding to our stack of Chance cards, please email us . Thanks to Teachnet contributors Karen Hull and Ketrina Jordan for their suggestions. More bulletin board art is located at the Teachnet Classroom Decor page Download Game Board with street names.
Some things that have worked well: I found these really great business card holders on Amazon this summer. I hot glued them to the bulletin and board to hold the game cards.
So the blue baskets I got for my students' desks have been really useful in other parts of the room as well. I used them to make a sort of homework station by our Homeworkopoly gameboard. I have a basket for Reading Logs (I check them off each morning), Spelling Homework, and Math Homework. Initially, I wasn't sure how to label these baskets. I had tried a sign on the front of each basket, but it was too hard to see. I ended up making full-page signs that I laminated, then hot glued to each basket (as shown to the right).
You probably know the scratch off lottery tickets? Ever wondered how to make them? Well, they are very fun & easy to make. I used to make greeting cards from them but now I'm going to use this technique as a promotional tool. I made 25 scratch off tickets and will include 1 ticket with every order I ship. On one of those tickets, there is a coupon code and a value of 25 dollars to spend in my shop on Etsy .