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Candy Cane Experiment

These are the original 12 Days of Christmas Countdown resources for the classroom! These activities will save your sanity during the weeks leading up to Winter Break. Our TPT best-seller is packed full of winter-themed craftivities, reading, writing, and math. Impress your principal, parents, and ev...

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Hot Chocolate Science Experiment

This hot chocolate science experiment is a fun way to learn about how temperature affects the rate at which hot chocolate dissolves.

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Classroom Pinspirations (@classroompinspirations) • Instagram photos and videos

140.5k Followers, 773 Following, 1,267 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Classroom Pinspirations (@classroompinspirations)

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Earth's Atmosphere - Interactive Science Notebook

Layers of the Earth's Atmosphere - Interactive Science Notebook Activity Page Student Learning Goal: Students will be able to identify and compare the differences between the five layers of the earth's atmosphere. In this packet, the atmosphere is divided into five layers. It is thickest near th...

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Setting up your Classroom: How to arrange desks, students and equipment

To create a positive classroom environment you are going to need to consider the following when setting up your classroom...

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Music in the Classroom

I am one of those people who cannot work in silence. I have always incorporated music into my classroom whether it be just for background noise, or to enhance our lesson plan. A few years ago I sub…

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Hey TpT, Check Out My Classroom! (#2)

On Instagram and Facebook, we called on you to share photos of your classrooms as many of you were getting ready to go back to school. We created a blog post showcasing some of our favorites — but …

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Developing Evidence-Based Arguments from Texts - ReadWriteThink | Scriveners' Trappings

Via The Scout Report "Educators in many disciplines may be interested in Developing Evidence-Based Arguments from Texts, a strategy guide from ReadWriteThink. Constructing a logical and well-supported argument is one of the fundamental skills needed to write a successful paper and it is something that many students struggle with when learning how to write. This strategy guide is intended for use with students in grades 6-12, but instructors and teaching assistants at the undergraduate level may also find helpful teaching tips here. It includes multiple suggestions for explaining the difference between argument and persuasion, as well as downloadable handouts, links to sample essays for illustration, and links to related ReadWriteThink resources. This strategy guide was published by the National Council of Teachers of English and authored by Scott Filkins, a high school English and math teacher in Champaign, Illinois."

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