Claire Edmonds

Claire Edmonds

Claire Edmonds
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This freebie contains six practice pages that you can use with any spelling list. These sheets can be sent home as homework, placed at a word work center or used as a morning work assignment.

Spelling Practice: This freebie contains six practice pages that you can use with any spelling list. These sheets can be sent home as homework, placed at a word work center or used as a morning work assignment.

Easy Origami Corner Bookmarks - turn them into Monsters, Owls and wherever your imagination takes you. A great little gift for book lovers on Father's Day or Teacher Appreciation or for Back to School

Easy Origami Corner Bookmarks - turn them into Monsters, Owls and wherever your imagination takes you. A great little gift for book lovers on Father's Day or Teacher Appreciation or for Back to School. Prize box for school

GOT IT? JOT IT!: A "Not So Boring" Note Taking and Research Organizer

Add enjoyment to the note taking, research, and studying process by using this form with your students! This eye catching and student-centered form can be used over and over with a wide variety of topics. This free sample comes from the GOT IT? JOT IT!

Back to School:  Getting to Know You Activities Pack

To help students figure out the layout and expectations of the classroom at the beginning of the year. This will help them become more comfortable with the classroom environment- to help them feel safe.

So many possibilities...can be adapted in so many ways...LOVE IT! The kids do an exit ticket on a sticky note and stick it on the door in the way out for a quick assessment of understanding.

exit ticket on a sticky note and stick it on the door on the way out for a quick assessment of understanding. Make this like a laminated poster I can put out when I do sticky note exit passes.

Our poem of the week was “Everybody Has a Name”. Each of my little friends took a turn repeating the last part of the poem using their own name and they thought that was pretty cool.

First few weeks of school! Our poem of the week was “Everybody Has a Name”. Each of my little friends took a turn repeating the last part of the poem using their own name and they thought that was pretty cool.