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Here's a fun and FREE polygon family tree reference chart with definition cards you can use to help students learn and sort the shapes using their attributes. There are two reference charts (one color, one B&W), and 4 pages of definition cards in PDF format.This is designed for grades 3-5 but others can use it as well.
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Marine Freibrun on Instagram: “I don’t have a lot of space around the clock in my classroom, but I wanted to use it as a focal point. 🕰 I think I made it work. 😁 I also…”
I don’t have a lot of space around the clock in my classroom, but I wanted to use it as a focal point. 🕰️️ I think I made it work. 😁 I also…
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Water Bottle Classroom Storage: I hang an over-the-door organizer to hold my first graders water bottles. I call it the Hydration Station. It keeps the water bottles accessible for students, but keeps them off their desks — where they are prone to spilling or sweating and creating wet spots.