Wordless Wednesday - April 30


What are you doing to keep things new and interesting for your students?



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  1. This looks like fun! What is this?

    Katie
    Mind Sparks

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    1. It's my Revolutionary War search and sort that I'm testing out with my students. They use hand lenses to find teeny tiny names, then they have to sort into their contribution in the Rev War - military, politician, etc. Should be ready in a week or so!

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  2. That looks fun! :) My kiddos would LOVE that!
    I rearrange my room all the time to keep students from feeling bored. I probably change it around once every 2 months. I also rotate student desks in each group clockwise so that they can get different views of the room. I read about it in one of my grad school books and gave it a try. It works well and the kids get a kick out of getting new spots!

    Meredith

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    1. I think that new seating charts are one of the things that I hate the most - LOL! Can you do mine? ;)

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  3. Teaching NEW standards. with our standards changing, we are pre teaching some skills for next year!

    Elizabeth
    Hodges Herald

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  5. That looks like a fun activity! I am sure the kids enjoy it. I just started two major projects in language arts. The students are excited about them, and that really helps keep them busy.

    Mary
    Fit to be Fourth

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  6. Sorry about the delete... TYPO!

    I love this activity and I have a feeling that my kiddos would love it to. Pretending to be a "detective" would be such a fun activity for them. I don't even think they would realize they are learning! When you post this as a product, please let us know! :)

    Cassie
    Funky in Fourth

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  7. Hey Diane! I love the use of hand lenses- my daughter uses these with her Word Work tasks. What am I doing to keep things new and interesting? How about I ceated a STEM lab at my school this year! That's pretty exciting!
    Carol
    Teachers Are Terrific!

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