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  1. Festive Farewell Feast
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    Activity 
    Grade:
    PK-K
    Subjects:
    Early Learning
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    Summary:
    Children wrap up the year - and the leftovers!
    Created by:
    S.Birnbaum
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    793
  2. End of the School Year: It's Been a Great Year
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    Lesson Plan 
    Grade:
    PK-2
    Subjects:
    Professional Development, Reading and Language Arts
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    Summary:
    As the school year winds down, students reflect on what they've learned, the goals they've accomplished, and the positive experiences they've shared.
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    S.Birnbaum
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  3. Reading: Interactive Whiteboard Activities
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    Link/URL 
    Grade:
    4
    Subjects:
    Reading and Language Arts
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    Summary:
    Links to a few sites that have interactive activities meant for use on a 4th grade, interactive whiteboard class.
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  1. Graphic Organizers
    Brainstorming_with_graphic_organizers_08
    Let's make a compilation of graphic organizers that have to do with books.
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    12/07/2010
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    12/15/2013
  2. Martin Luther King Jr.
    Martin_luther_king_jr_2
    Explore Martin Luther King Jr and his life and his dreams as well as the Civil Rights movement.
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    12/06/2010
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  3. Winter Holidays
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    December is full of winter fun and holidays. It's a great way to teach about different cultures and read great books. This group is to talk about different ways to keep students interested in their work through the holiday season.
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    10/18/2010
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    12/16/2013
  1. Mondrian Math
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    4-5
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    Math
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    Summary:
    incorporates art of Piet Mondrian to introduce parallel & perpendicular lines and right angles
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    dkh3
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  2. First Day Bingo
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    Activity 
    Grade:
    9-12
    Subjects:
    Math, Science, Social Studies, Hobbies and Recreation, English
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    Summary:
    You can use this Bingo form for a quick ice-breaker activity. Does not necessarily have to be on the first day.
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  3. Pre-write: Creating a Life Map
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    8-11
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    Arts, Math, Character and Values, Parenting and Child Development, Reading and Language Arts
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    Summary:
    This activity serves as both an ice-breaker for the beginning of school and a good pre-writing tool that gives students confidence when approaching small writing tasks.
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    Scholastic
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Date Resource Title # members who found this helpful
02.02.10 What is your dream?

Love this as well. Mrs. Salya, how did it go when you taught it? I thought I would add two possible assets of interest. YouTube has the complete speech http://www.youtube.com/watch?v... (over 17 minutes) and an edited version http://www.youtube.com/watch?v... (almost 3 minutes.) I know YouTube is usually blocked on school servers but there is a way to download them. Stav

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02.09.10 Love the Heart

This is a great lesson but can you fix the links to the PDFs? They are both broken. Thanks! Stav

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02.09.10 Add. & Sub. Mend My Broken Heart

This is really cute, and the PowerPoint is great. I thought that you could also extend the lesson and have students write their own math problem on a heart, have them cut them, and mix it up to play the game all over again. Stav

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