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Starting in kindergarten, students need to learn the critical vocabulary that is found in high-stakes tests.
These interactive printables intro these words and students love creating their own "pop-up" notebooks!
Pair them with emergent reader printables and paper bracelets students wear home, to share their learning for a home-to-school connection.
I’m so excited to share these cards with you (video originally shared on Facebook)! Many teachers at my school already use these and we have loved using them for at least 5 years. These schedule cards works best with primary grades and special education students. Students can use the picture clue to figure out >>>
5 things teachers love to hear from Melissa Williams There are so many things we teachers hear that make us jump for joy! From the sound of children gasping at a new wonder they just learned, to the announcement that the last bus is being loaded at the end of the day. Here are just a >>>
How does ASL (American Sign Language) help me teach math in a fun and engaging way? Oh, if you have difficulty teaching place value with tens and ones then keep reading. This is Pin-worthy! There are so many more WBT games to learn! Freebies too! Chapter 7–Math Games (all free on Whole Brain >>>
Did you know there are 20+ critical vocabulary words that primary students should know before moving on to 3rd grade? There was a time that I didn’t. If you teach primary students, teaching critical vocabulary is important for us to teach starting now. If you teach upper elementary, you’ll know why it’s important to grow vocabulary >>>
Coach B (a.k.a Chris Biffle) wrote, “Every Whole Brain classroom is a writing lab.” This is the first sentence that starts Chapter 5 and I couldn’t wait to share it! “Every Whole Brain classroom is a writing lab.”–Coach B./Chris Biffle If there is talking, there can be a writing game, no matter the subject: >>>