I am back to share a few pins that I loved this week!

I have no idea WHY so much math stuff grabbed my attention this week! LOL!  I guess I was just in a math-tastic mood?!?!?


And remember…

***Please do NOT pin these pins directly from my blog (since they aren’t mine!).  Please click on the the picture and pin from there or the direct link.  Let’s give credit where credit is due please :)!***

This pin only goes to a picture :(.  However, I thought the picture was so fabulous, that it NEEDED to be shared.  I used to make a similar anchor chart.  It helped SO MUCH when we transitioned from fractions to measurement.
LOVE real world graphing!  The shoe graph would be such a great intro to graphing, right?
This post had SEVERAL great ideas.  The picture on the pin caught my eye and when I clicked on the link, I was in teacher eye-candy heaven! You could even make a glyph out of this name activity!
In second grade, matter was one of our first units.  This blog post had a few great ideas for experiments.  I can’t believe I never thought of Alka Seltzer!!!
And last, but not least….
Teaching kids to write about math can be SO HARD.  This post had lost of great ideas and pictures!!
That about rounds it up!  Did you find any great pins this week?

Mandy Gregory is a 2007 and 2012 Teacher of the Year. She has taught 4th, 3rd, and 2nd grade in both the general education and inclusion setting. She is the owner and creator of the Teaching Tips website (www.mandygregory.com) and has over 10 years of experience. She is married with two beautiful children.

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I love browsing through Pinterest.  I wish a had a few more hours in the day to browse AND actually MAKE the stuff I pin! LOL!  I am beginning tot think that Pinterest is my “someday” board!

These pins really jumped out at me this week.

***Please do NOT pin these pins directly from my blog (since they aren’t mine!).  Please click on the the picture and pin from there or the direct link.  Let’s give credit where credit is due please :)!***

Whenever Miss DeCarbo speaks, I listen!  Her ideas are always so pretty AND practical!  Love her binder set up!  It is similar to my own, but I LOVE the groups page pictured above. So smart for flexible grouping!
This desk planner is brilliant!  However, I don’t think I would laminate it.  I know I would smear it and cry!  Or even worse drag my hand over it and erase all my important meetings! LOL!  But it is all on one page, so printing one hard copy page a month wouldn’t break the bank!
I love the book Ish.  I actually used it as a mentor text when we began writing workshop.  This post has some great ideas for all three of the books- and I didn’t even know about the last book!  Love!
Isn’t this hall display adorable?!?!? Love the quote!  AND it would be super easy to change out!
Love this word family map.  This would be really great when teaching kids to spell by generalizing at the beginning of the year!
This is a high school teacher, BUT any teacher could use items from this list.  A great basic, stock up list.  It would be perfect for a new teacher!
Last, but not least, this is actually a pin from MY blog!
This is actually one of my most popular posts ever!  It is all about cheap and easy bulletin boards!
Find anything good on Pinterest lately? Happy pinning!

Mandy Gregory is a 2007 and 2012 Teacher of the Year. She has taught 4th, 3rd, and 2nd grade in both the general education and inclusion setting. She is the owner and creator of the Teaching Tips website (www.mandygregory.com) and has over 10 years of experience. She is married with two beautiful children.

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3 Comments

  1. Stephanie Bradshaw June 22, 2015 at 9:27 pm

    That is a very pretty hall display…has my creative juices thinking a little bit, too!
    Stephanie
    Applelight Moments By Stephanie

  2. goobers51 June 23, 2015 at 12:52 am

    Thanks for the great ideas!

  3. Mary W June 24, 2015 at 3:44 am

    Thank you for sharing all the great pins! I also love the book ish and use it at the beginning of the year. My students always enjoy it.

    Mary
    Fit to be Fourth

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