Roasted Tomato Basil Soup
This Roasted Tomato Basil Soup is the ultimate in comfort. Roasting the tomatoes gives the soup a deep, rich flavor. And over-the-top good with grilled cheese sandwiches.
Free--When to Use a Comma Reference Chart
I am back with a freebie! There are so many different instances in which a comma should be used. I have just released a handy student reference chart that students can attach inside of their student notebooks or place inside of a folder.Click Here To Access It.
Teaching Resources — Innovative Teaching Ideas | Teaching Resources
Hundreds of Innovative Teaching Ideas and digital teaching resources to download instantly. English, STEM, Technologies, Reading, Writing, Critical and Creative thinking. Teaching strategies proven to improve student outcomes.
Creamy Potato & Hamburger Soup | The Kitchen Magpie
Creamy Potato and Hamburger soup! This hamburger soup is the perfect way to warm up this winter! You can make it in the crockpot or stove top!
Teaching Students to Write Narrative Hooks | Book Units Teacher
Check out these teaching materials for upper elementary students including task and reference cards on writing narrative hooks.
Adding & Subtracting Fractions - Teaching with a Mountain View
Now that we are done with geometry, we have moved on to Fractions. Oh, Fractions! Kids come in with the preconceived notion that fractions are Big and Bad and Scary and Hard and Mean. I feel like it's my job to prove them wrong. I am posting a little bit out of order, but I ... Read more
Spelling Rules | English writing skills, Teaching spelling, Spelling rules
In this six part series on How to Teach Spelling, this third post discusses and provides teaching resources for teaching the eight conventional spelling rules.
Mnemonics Every Parent Should Know | Alpha Mom
I like to work smart and sometimes we need some techniques to help us learn, or just remember things so we can look smarter than our fifth grader. Here's a list of the mnemonics that I think every parent should know.
Multiplying Fractions - Teaching with a Mountain View
We finished up adding and subtracting fractions right before the break, and now we are hitting multiplying and dividing fractions. We began with multiplying fractions, and we did a mega-anchor chart. I teach 4th grade TAG students, so I am technically teaching them 5th grade standards, but they often need a review of 4th grade ... Read more
Fraction Anchor Charts/ Student Handouts
Fraction Anchor Charts/ Student Handouts/notebook pages. This file includes 8 separate pages (size 8.5" x 11") covering basic fractions, mixed numbers, improper fractions, adding and subtracting fractions with unlike denominators (standard and butterfly method), and multiplying and dividing fraction...