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My hallway display. I HATE di-cutting letters for hallway displays, so I got a frame and painted a piece of wood with chalkboard paint to make a hallway chalkboard. So now I can update the title of my hallway display on the chalkboard! NO MORE DI-CUTTING LETTERS! Whoohooo!! I also used ribbon to cover up the not so pretty cork strip in the middle of my display.


Inspiration in a box class project. A person commenting on the blog suggested putting "plastic sleeves on the box faces then put the pages inside them so that the items being displayed could be changed..." Great idea!

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Math Stations : Middle School Mini-Bundle

{Best Seller} Stations are not just for Elementary School! Middle school students thrive when given the chance to work together and move about the classroom! Each station includes question sheets, student answer pages and Hint Cards. The 7 stations in this packet are: Middle School Math Review Stations Probability Stations Lesson Plan Data Displays Stations Writing Linear Equations Stations Graphing Linear Equations Stations Inequalities Stations Percents Stations #math

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Text Connections Craftivity

This engaging activity puts a fun spin on making text connections! It also makes a creative bulletin board or school hallway display! It can even be used as a valuable addition to your students' interactive notebooks! Four short stories are included!


Great hallway display to encourage positive behaviors. Perfect for bulletin…


The Grinch Classroom Door - Do this on my Principal's Office door this December!!

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Division Craftivity

Division Craftivity (Dividing bubble gum equally between friends!!) A concrete experience for introducing division! $


Teachery Tidbits: Take a Peek at My Open House {freebies!} I like this.

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Point of View Craftivity: 1st Person & 3rd Person POV

Have your students to practice identifying FIRST PERSON and THIRD PERSON point of view in a memorable way! Students begin by reading six short passages and identifying which point of view the author used in each story. The finished products make a unique bulletin board or fun school hallway display! It can also be used as a novel entry in an interactive notebook!