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Animals at the Zoo product from LMN-Tree on TeachersNotebook.com

Animals at the Zoo product from LMN-Tree on TeachersNotebook.com

Create an original poem using a page from a book.  This is such a creative idea... and I love how blocking out the rest of the text makes it look as unique as a fingerprint... like it belongs only to that child.  #poetry

Create an original poem using a page from a book. This is such a creative idea... and I love how blocking out the rest of the text makes it look as unique as a fingerprint... like it belongs only to that child. #poetry

Immerse your class in a the vocabulary and images for teaching a unit on the history and events of westward expansion in the United States. This word wall includes 24 westward expansion vocabulary words, each illustrated with a colorful picture.This westward expansion word wall includes the following words included are: Boomtown, Bronco, Cattle Drive, Cowboy, Daniel Boone, Frontier, Ghost Town, Gold Rush, Gunslinger, Homestead, Land rush, Lewis and Clark, Log Cabin, Louisiana Purchase…

Westward Expansion Word Wall

Immerse your class in a the vocabulary and images for teaching a unit on the history and events of westward expansion in the United States. This word wall includes 24 westward expansion vocabulary words, each illustrated with a colorful picture.This westward expansion word wall includes the following words included are: Boomtown, Bronco, Cattle Drive, Cowboy, Daniel Boone, Frontier, Ghost Town, Gold Rush, Gunslinger, Homestead, Land rush, Lewis and Clark, Log Cabin, Louisiana Purchase…

Why do honeybees die after they sting you? by earthskyorg: A honeybee’s stinger is made of two barbed lancets. When the bee stings, it can’t pull the stinger back out. It leaves behind not only the stinger but also part of its digestive tract, plus muscles and nerves. This massive abdominal rupture is what kills the bee. Image via UCRiverside. #Honey_Bee_Sting

Why do honeybees die after they sting you? by earthskyorg: A honeybee’s stinger is made of two barbed lancets. When the bee stings, it can’t pull the stinger back out. It leaves behind not only the stinger but also part of its digestive tract, plus muscles and nerves. This massive abdominal rupture is what kills the bee. Image via UCRiverside. #Honey_Bee_Sting

Core Content Standard Lesson Plans  with Drop Down Menus for Grade 2      This document was created using word 2010. There is a drop down menu for ...

Lesson Plans Core Content Standards with Drop Down Menu for Grade 2

Core Content Standard Lesson Plans with Drop Down Menus for Grade 2 This document was created using word 2010. There is a drop down menu for ...

Zoo Animals - Unit Cover product from Pink-at-heart on TeachersNotebook.com

Zoo Animals - Unit Cover product from Pink-at-heart on TeachersNotebook.com

As many of you know already know, I <3 Pinterest. I don’t know how I ever cooked, crafted, or lesson planned for that matter before I discovered it! LOL! I mean… was there actual life BEFORE Pinterest??? This week I am teaming up with the fabulous Ashley from, Just Reed, for her Ten Pin Linky …

I Pin, You Pin, We ALL 10 Pin Linky Party

As many of you know already know, I <3 Pinterest. I don’t know how I ever cooked, crafted, or lesson planned for that matter before I discovered it! LOL! I mean… was there actual life BEFORE Pinterest??? This week I am teaming up with the fabulous Ashley from, Just Reed, for her Ten Pin Linky …

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