Tuesday, May 21, 2019

FREE SCIENCE LESSON - “Free Color Chameleon Clip Art”

by Charlotte's Clips
Pre-Kindergarten - 8th Grade

This 7 piece set of Chameleons includes:

Green Chameleon
Red Chameleon
Yellow Chameleon
Orange Chameleon
Purple Chameleon
White Chameleon
Blue Chameleon

Graphic are in 300 dpi transparent format. Free for commercial use if copyright credit is given to the illustrator. Complete terms of use included in download.

May be used with freebies on Smartboards, Word, PDF etc.

Great for lessons on color words, change, camouflage, animals, reptiles, emotions, moods, peer pressure (blending in the crowd) consonant blends, Eric Carle etc

For more ideas on how to use this clip art, please, visit my blog:
Charlotte's Clips and Kindergarten Kids

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Monday, May 20, 2019

May Teacher Talk

Posted by Deann Marin of Socrates Lantern

It's May and June is just around the bend. You're probably counting the days till summer vacation. Be sure to stop by and see what these teachers are doing in their classrooms and gather some great tips and ideas. This is the last link-up for this school year. We'll see you in August

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 Rejoice, The Last Day of School has Arrived
By Deann Marin of Socrates Lantern

When that last day comes around, we’re elated, and yes, a little wistful, and the kids feel the same way….buuuut they’re also quite excited and hyper, it’s the end of the year after all. We know we have to come up with some groovy ideas to give them a great send off, all while maintaining our sanity. This post has just what the doctor ordered to help make this final day memorable for everyone, including you.

Slide into Summer
By Retta London of Rainbow City Learning 

Create a Super Summer Kit to ease your students into summer and get them ready for the next school year!
 Mining for Gold Gets Even Better
 By Kathie Yonemura of Tried and True Teaching Tools

Gold fever! It's what drew thousands of men to California in 1849 and it still sparks student excitement and dreams of wealth today! Challenge your students to improve
 Wrapping Up the School Year
By Lisa Robles of LisaTeachR's Classroom

 How do you wrap up your school year? I know it's easy to coast to the end but I see it as a time to go out strong! Leave your kids with amazing memories and fun stuff. Since testing is over, it's a good time to branch out and do some really fun activities.

 America the Beautiful
By Gini Musmanno of Reading Spotlight
For your patriotic enjoyment, watch this one minute slideshow.
 Activities for the End of the Year
By Charlene Tess of Charlene Tess 
 Here are 2 HOTS Activity for the End of the Year.
  The "Lure" of Fish - The Benefits of Keeping an Aquarium in Your Classroom
By Vicky Rauch of Scipi Products 
 When I taught third grade in an inner city school, I knew the children needed something to love, but being a city girl, my love of animals was deficient. That is when my husband helped me to set up an aquarium. I purchased a water heater, a bubblier, chemicals, plants, fish food, and of course the fish! Little did I know what effect this would have on my students.
 Review Activities
By Erik Arndt of Insights to English
Here are some activities that you can use with your class to review vocabulary and grammar. There are quite a few to choose from, and each is customizable; use whatever is best for your class!
 7 Tips to Help Students Edit Their Essays
By Sally Hansen of Purposeful Plans

With technology today, it’s hard not to edit during the revision phase. But it’s important to keep the creativity flowing during the revision phase and wait to makes edits during the editing phase. Read more for some useful tips to help your students stay focused during the editing phase.
 Preparing for Book Clubs: Tips for Success
By Marcy Howe of It's a Teacher Thing
If you are considering using book clubs in your classroom, I've shared essential tips to help your book clubs be a success. You don't want to miss these pointers for engaging all students and for reducing teacher workload.
Be sure to read the rest of the posts in our link up..... 

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