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Classroom Timesavers book

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Written by Hunter   
Monday, 18 January 2010 00:00

timesavers for teachers

Hi teachers and students, today I got a e-mail from Stevan at timesaversforteachers.com. He sent me a 30 page pdf that he wants me to share with you for FREE, and we allways like when we get free materials to share :).

So here is a quick sum of what is in the pdf: homework completion, substitute teacher instruction, single lesson plan, weekly lesson plans, I.E.P. Questionnaire, classroom incident report, class list, homework record, student/teacher contract, free computer time pass, tracking sheet, parent contract, incident report, 100 ideas for writing, homework not done, prefixes, class participation award, multiplication table, fraction and many more.

If you like what you find in this pdf, you can allways go to timesaversforteachers.com and find more excting materials for just a few bucks.

You can download the pdf here.


Last Updated on Monday, 18 January 2010 13:08

Dreambox Learning Teachers Tools

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Sunday, 15 November 2009 17:10


Hi teachers, a few days ago I received a e-mail from Tracy at dreambox.com about teachers tools.

"Hello my name is Tracy Beach and I represent Dreambox Learning (http://www.dreambox.com).
DreamBox offers engaging kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade math games that provide an in-depth math curriculum and completely individualized learning. Our online math games are full of math adventures — DreamBox is serious learning that’s seriously fun!
Not only does Dreambox Learning care about kids education we also care about those who educate them. Dreambox developed many great Teachers Tools (http://www.dreambox.com/teachertools) so teachers and educators a like can use free of charge."


Educational Resources and Grant Application Info. from Midwest Dairy Council

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Sunday, 08 November 2009 14:39


I wanted to share a new educational resource from the Midwest Dairy Council – it is a curriculum of educational tools designed to help students better understand the importance of healthy snacking from both a health and economic perspective.

This curriculum includes downloadable “Make Change” lesson plans, appropriate for any lessons focusing on health, family and consumer science (FACS), or general classroom discussion. The lesson plans and accompanying tools are located inside the “Educator’s Resource Center” at http://dairymakessense.com/educator/.

Here, you’ll find posters, a PowerPoint presentation, lesson plans and interactive “cow-culator” activity, hand-outs, charts, recipes, and nutrition guides, all available free of charge (and all of these resources have been teacher-reviewed.)

Educators can also apply for a $500 school grant from Midwest Dairy Council to help empower students to take action for their health and improve their school environment. Fifteen $500 grants will be distributed. The grants are only available to schools in the Midwest Dairy region, which includes IA, ND, SD, MN, IL, MO, AR, KS, and eastern OK.


“You’ve Been Boo’d” – Free, Printable Halloween Fun from Carson-Dellosa

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Written by Hunter   
Monday, 26 October 2009 19:43


You can get in on all the Halloween fun and continue the fast-growing tradition of Boo-ing with Carson-Dellosa’s printer friendly “You’ve Been Boo’d” Ghost PDF to send to teachers at your school. It’s totally fun and best of all, it’s free! Just log on to www.carsondellosa.com/boo or Log Into to your Facebook Home Page and follow this link to Carson-Dellosa at http://tinyurl.com/ykmft9o to send the “You’ve Been Boo’d” app.

Boo-ing is a fun way to spread the Halloween spirit. Carson-Dellosa has created a special “You’ve Been Boo’d!” Ghost for teachers so they can have their own secret Halloween fun!

It’s a fun little game that’s easy to do. You could make someone’s day and share a treat, too!

1. Log on to www.carsondellosa.com/boo and print out two copies of the “You’ve Been Boo’d!” Ghost PDF or Log Into your Facebook Home Page and follow this link to Carson-Dellosa at http://tinyurl.com/ykmft9o to send Carson-Dellosa’s “You’ve Been Boo’d” app.
2. Prepare two Halloween goodie bags filled with treats.
3. Secretly leave the “You’ve Been Boo’d” Ghost and a bag of treats for two teachers in your school.
4. Pass this posting on to your teacher friends at other schools.
The “You’ve Been Boo’d Ghost” PDF and Facebook app will be available through October 31st.


Pilot Reading Program from LeapFrog

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Wednesday, 21 October 2009 22:21


Attention Kindergarten Teachers: Pilot Reading Program from LeapFrog!

LeapFrog is
excited to introduce the Tag Kindergarten Program, in which we partner with teachers to help them inspire kids' love of reading. In this pilot program, LeapFrog provides teachers the Tag School Reading System, which features a pen-like tool that interacts with real books to give students a fun, multisensory and increasingly independent reading experience. Participating teachers receive Tag School Readers and a library of books to supplement their classroom instruction, plus program and technical support--the retail value of which would amount to at least $3,200. In return, we ask that teachers integrate Tag and Tag content into their classroom curriculum and provide feedback on children's use of Tag and their progress. LeapFrog tools have been in hundreds of thousands of classrooms, and we are always searching for better ways to meet the needs of students and teachers. At LeapFrog, we believe that a child who loves to learn ... will learn. And learning to read is where that love begins.

Teachers interested in participating should fill out the short application form at http://www.formspring.com/forms/LeapFrog-TagKProgram by November 11. LeapFrog will notify teachers beginning in mid-November if they are chosen to participate. Space in the pilot program is limited, and LeapFrog is seeking kindergarten teachers who are motivated to use new tools to improve the reading skills of their students.

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