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5th Grade Classroom Ideas

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10 Tips for Dressing Well on a Teacher Budget - 2 Peas and a Dog

Teacher Outfits

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Back to school time is right around the corner for elementary teachers, and now is the time to get your beautiful classroom decor and theme planned! My Groovy and Bright Classroom Decor Bulletin Board Kit comes with everything you need to get your elementary classroom decorated and beautiful before your students start the next school year! My resource will help create a warm, friendly and beautiful environment for your students to walk into that first day of school! It’s vital that your student
How do you set up your fourth or fifth grade classroom? I'm starting to think about Back to School time - take a peek into my in-progress classroom set up in upper elementary. #backtoschool #classroomsetup
A classroom tour of Lessons with Laughter's colorful, 5th grade classroom


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10 Simple Ways to Show Students You Care...read all about them.

Classroom Management

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Substitute Teacher

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Community Building

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An easy and quick way to set up a classroom store that won't be a hassle every time!

Classroom Economy

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Parent/Guardian Communication

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Dear First-Time 5th Grade Teacher: - Thrive in Grade Five

First Day of School

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Open House

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3D Shapes have never been this much fun! Tons of options for you to help your students explore and understand 3D shapes and their properties. 3D shapes activities for building shape nets. This foldable project is a ton of fun! #3Dshapes #math


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Morning Work

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Exponents anchor chart -grade 5


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Brain Break Activities

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Access Miss Jacobs Little Learners' growing library of free decor, printables and resources exclusively designed for the modern teacher, including mother's day free classroom gifts and cards.
Cause and Effect Anchor Chart | Etsy Canada


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Word chains are a simple and effective phonemic awareness activity where students sound swap their way through a series of words. Word chains offer practice with blending, segmenting, and phoneme manipulation. In this post, I am sharing a new resource: Word Chains for Reading Skills.

Teacher Directed Center

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The POWER Math Line is an assortment of math task cards, math worksheets, and math word problems that assess conceptual understanding. Perfect for 3rd grade math, 4th grade math, and 5th grade math. Use for math test prep, math review, and math practice! FREE MATH TASK CARDS FOR UPPER ELEMENTARY.
I like these questions to model and guide peer conferencing (which is another great way to cultivate student ownership of learning!).

Peer-to-Peer Center

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Learn how to integrate writing while you teach number sense and math fluency!

Writing to Content Center

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Independent Center

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Scientific Method / Gummy Bear Experiment / Science Fair : Some of the worksheets I made myself, and some are borrowed from http://livingourhomeschoollife.blogspot.com/2014/02/gummy-bear-experiment.html


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Ready to try interactive notebooks in your upper elementary classroom? This post has all the details you need to get started with interactive notebooks for social studies and writing. Once set up, you will finally have a place for your students to keep their notes, fun foldable activities and more. You'll be amazed how your upper elementary students' interactive notebooks become like living textbooks throughout the year!
New 5th grade social studies teacher? This blog post shares how I sequence, plan, and make social studies fun for my upper elementary students as a veteran social studies teacher. You’ll see links to the resources that I use in my own classroom and teaching ideas that will be helpful as you plan your year in social studies. The sequence and pacing guide tells you the order of my 5th grade social studies units and the time I spend on them.
Want to help your students feel engaged, welcome, and excited to attend social studies class from the first day of school? Check out this FREE social studies resource! For this activity, you’ll need one printable per student AND one fun size bag of chocolate candies per student. That’s it! Grab your copy of this engaging social studies activity in the blog post!

Social Studies

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Smart Goal Setting

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Educational websites for kids

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