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"Sense"ible Heart Art
You will "heart" Ms. Postman's creative way to introduce even the youngest learners to the five senses, while they create a sweet piece of art for Valentine's Day.
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A Cheer for Spelling
Give me an S-P-E-Double-L, and what have you got? A really fun game that challenges your students to get their spelling words right. Ms. Carlos’ teaching activity is simple and easy to implement, and great for all learning styles.
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Active Student Learning Games
Ms. Bezet has discovered that her young students learn best when they’re active. Learn about the half dozen different kinesthetic learning games she uses to teach vocabulary, parts of speech and other language arts skills.
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Adding Machine Scrolls
Ms. Keohane’s students compete to see who can identify the most instances of words from a weekly list: nouns, adjectives, multi-syllabic words -- the list varies. Most interesting is the adding machine tape.
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Amazing Adjectives
Ms. Hudnall has a great tip for teaching adjectives while giving students a chance to dance and sing! See how this top might be music to your ears!
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Backwards Spelling
Ms. Sennett plays a fun spelling game with her students. There’s backwardness, and there’s spelling, but students learn to spell the right way!
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Best of Works 4 Me: Spelling & Vocabulary
Here are some tried and true tips that will help you teach two essential cornerstones of language arts: spelling and vocabulary.
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Building Vocabulary by Acting Out History
A two-for-one tip for your English Language Learners! See how this educator teaches powerful history lessons while her students "act out" vocabulary for better understanding.
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Computerized Flashcards
Here's a great tip for making custom flash cards in a pinch! See how Mr. Brenner does it and if his tip can work for you!
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Crossword Puzzle Software
Working the crossword puzzle can build vocabulary and problem-solving skills. Ms. Jones offers a great tip for educators who use crosswords as teaching tools.
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