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Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits

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Nouns and Mudge :) It's almost the weekend, y'all! I am going to make this short and sweet... just want to give you a peek at some noun activities I'll be doing over the next few weeks! This next one is the only one without directions- I was thinking that I may have my kiddos cut out pictures from magazines for the Common/Proper Sort, or just have them generate a list of those type of nouns. Home Page August 7, 2012 To all my educator colleagues: As you all know, I retired in June of 2011 from my school district job as Director of Technology. I retired to spend more time learning new things to support you as you embed technology into teaching and learning in a meaningful way.

Small Steps for Differentiation: Tier It! I’m still searching for ways to differentiate in small ways that take just a second or two. An activity that is tiered is something that is leveled differently. A true tiered activity means that there are two (or sometimes more) options that account for a different level of thinking. Not everything can be tiered, but some basic math skills can be tiered quite easily. Here is an example. I saw this post on Pinterest the other day for a primary classroom. Telling Time We just finished place value {I looove Cara's Packet of Place Value Fun} and I feel like my kiddos are getting it! Even though we are finished with this topic, I still like to stick a few of those games in my math tubs. My kiddos love memory/matching games and this one is from my

Education Place® Washington Reading/Language Arts We're sorry, the page you requested requires you to select your state. Choose your state. Classroom Resources for Teachers Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved. The Elementary Math Maniac: Common Core Standards for Telling Time: Grade 1 Have your first graders started working on time? I just introduced time to my first graders a week ago and they are already doing a great job! The Common Core standard for telling time can be found in the Measurement & Data section.

Math Magic Update! Man oh man, making these has been quite the undertaking! I seriously underestimated how long it was going to take. I'm really trying to be sure that they spiral up and the difficulty level increases with each set. I'm also trying to find multiple ways for the kids to practice each skill so they're used to it being asked in different ways. I am working my not-so-tiny hiney off, but it will still be a little while before I have them posted. Displays - www.rainbowresources.co.uk Insert body text here ... The resources on this site are hosted by a third party server (MediaFire). You may find that the resources are filtered when accessing from school - this is not a content issue This website uses cookies to allow us to see how the site is used. The cookies cannot identify you. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with this.

winter Would you like to make sure your students know how to mix a color, in this case green? Then give them one of Crayola’s Watercolor Mixing Sets (which only has shades of primary colors) and tell them their job is to figure out how. I asked my students to not only make green, but at least three different shades of green for a simple but colorful abstract landscape. 1. I set up a lot of limitations to keep students from getting distracted with drawing flowers or animals or even a sun.

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