Samantha Cawthon

Samantha Cawthon

Samantha Cawthon
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Teaching place value using saltines (hundreds), pretzel sticks (tens), and marshmallows (ones). Kiddos are sure to remember this lesson!

Teaching place value using saltines (hundreds), pretzel sticks (tens), and marshmallows (ones). Kiddos are sure to remember this lesson! Could use graham crackers instead of saltines.

8: Rationale: Ideas for creating a more engaged environment. Criteria 8: Uses strategies designed to personalize info ration and engage students. Reference: Frondeville, T. D. (2009, March 11). Ten Steps to Better Student Engagement. Retrieved March 16, 2017, from https://www.edutopia.org/project-learning-teaching-strategies

Rationale: Ideas for creating a more engaged environment. Criteria Uses strategies designed to personalize info ration and engage students. Reference: Frondeville, T. March Ten Steps to Better Student Engagement.

17 Apps for Teachers in 2017 | aprillesher.com

17 Apps for Teachers in Tech tools can help teachers reach kids in a variety of different ways, and can prepare kids for the kinds of tools they'll use when they are out of school and become working members of their communities.

Brain Breaks for Squirrelly Students! 60 brain break cards to keep your kids happy and focused (and to save teacher sanity). $

Brain Breaks for Squirrelly Students! 60 brain break cards to keep your elementary and middle school students happy and focused (and to save teacher sanity). Quick, easy, and super fun!

Clever idea! Use wall pop vinyl stickers on a table as a personal dry erase board.

Try Wall Pop dry erase stickers on a table in your classroom! I use it for spelling work, small group instruction, and math time. They add a pop of color, too! I love this idea for my kiddie table for small groups!

Math about me...  Students fold paper into 8 equal parts, write their name decoratively on the center line, an outline the folds. Then they write in numbers that relate to their lives and decorate! So cute :)

Math about me. Students fold paper into 8 equal parts, write their name decoratively on the center line, an outline the folds. Then they write in numbers that relate to their lives and decorate! day of school idea?