# Category Archives : CLIP ART

## December Teacher Talk

Posted by Deann Marin of Socrates Lantern

It’s December and time for our holiday version of Teacher Talk. Getting ready for Christmas, Chanukah, Kwanza and New Years, we have some great ideas for you. So hurry on over to see what these creative educators are doing this month.

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A Celebration of Values

By Retta London of Rainbow City Learning

Reasons and ways to incorporate values into your lessons this holiday season.

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Election Musings in December

By Deann Marin of Socrates Lantern

I came across this letter, written by a father to his children after the election. He said what is probably on many of our minds.

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Make Math FUN this Christmas!

Engage your students with these Christmas Math riddles worksheets! I began creating math riddles to make math more fun in my own classroom. I love hearing my students giggle as they solve the riddle at the end of the worksheet. Students solve problems, each problem has a letter assigned to it and the letters help to solve the riddle. It is a great way to combine fun and learning! Make math FUN!

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AAC From A to Z: A is for Aided Language Input

By Susan Berkowitz of Susan Berkowitz

If you are supporting an AAC user, you’ll want to watch this short video about using Aided Language Stimulation. This is the first step in implementing augmentative communication.

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Keeping Your Students Engaged After a Vacation Break

By Marcy Howe of It’s a Teacher Thing

Learn tips for re-engaging students after a vacation break.

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MAKING SENSE OF NUMBERS – BEYOND COUNTING

By Thia Triggs of Print Path

Many children enter kindergarten being able to rote count. What comes next? There are 5 key elements of number sense within a kindergarten age group.

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Forging Connections By Studying Family

By Michelle Webb of Teaching Ideas for Those Who Love Teaching

Why Studying Family with young children is so important.

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My Top Five Christmas Read Alouds

By Lisa Robles of LisaTeachR’s Classroom

Here are my top five Christmas read alouds with some ideas fro activities.

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Four Quick Strategies to Check for Understanding

By Shametria Routt of the Routty Math Teacher

As teachers, we are constantly assessing our students and gathering formative assessment data to drive our instructional decisions. When we use student feedback and data to make decisions, we cut-down on the time spent teaching concepts and skills our students already know or aren’t quite ready for yet. Check out four quick strategies you can use today to check for your students’ understanding.

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3 Sure-Fire Ways to Keep Kids Moving for Math

By Kathie Yonemura of Tried and True Teaching Tools

Keep students on task and engaged! 3 math resources that get students up & moving, while practicing math skills.

An Existential Tug-of-War: Making Thinking Visible with Tuck Everlasting

By Tracy Willis of Wild Child Designs

This post explores critical thinking routines using Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt. It shows the diversity of thinking that can occur in one novel study with upper elementary students.

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## Free: The Juice Metaphor – helping students write better essays

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/The-Juice-Metaphor-helping-students-write-better-essays-1884959

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The Juice Metaphor is a little visual that I use in my class to help students understand the parts of the essay. They often think that writing more will get them a better grade. Of course, this is not necessarily true.

This is a great visual in the classroom.

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## Free Visual – Developing Theme in Literature

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This is a nice visual to help students remember the process of developing themes.

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## Clip Art Giveaway

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Until Next Time…..

## 32 END OF THE YEAR FREE LESSONS!!!

Download 32 free lessons to use in your classroom at the end of the year or have your students do during their summer vacation!

End of the Year Free Lessons By The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs Marketing Cooperative – 2015

18 FREE LESSONS

End-of-the-Year Games and Reflection Activities

End of the Year Bulletin Board FREEBIE!

End of the Year Mystery Person (Freebie)

Popcorn and Movie Day!  Theme Days for End of School!

Printables: A Summer Bucket List

Summer Homework

Summer Time Math Centers: 10 More 10 Less

You’re O-Fish-Ally a _____!  Student Gift Tags

End of the Year Baggie Toppers {Freebie!}

End of Year Reflections

End of School Memory Book

Free Graduation Clip Art from Charlotte’s Clips

My Year In…An End of Year Memory Book

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## Language Arts- Les sons “cartes éclaire” – apprendre à lire

Les sons « Cartes éclaire » – Apprendre à lire

Voici une série de 96 cartes «éclaire» pour faciliter l’apprentissage des sons communs en français.
Le visuel facilite la reconnaissance des mots et des sons.

Les sons suivants sont inclus avec achat :
– ch – ou – ui – en, em – an – au
– eau – in – om – ein – oi – on
– eu – gu – gn – ai – ei – er
– qu – ille – ail – eille – euille –
– ien – illon
Les cartes incluent aussi plusieurs mots communs et phrases simples pour faciliter la lecture.Les sons – apprendre à lire

## Earth Day Clipart

Earth Day Clipart contains 34 high quality 300dpi png files. This set contains both color and black & white images, and you can also find all images in the thumbnail image.

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Thank you,

Nastaran.

## Easter Clipart

Easter Clipart contains 34 high quality 300dpi png files. This set contains both color and black & white images, and you can also find all images in the thumbnail image.Grab this product from:

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## The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs Marketing Cooperative – Categories

Hi everyone,

Thanks for stopping by our Word Press blog, The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs Marketing Cooperative.  Click on the categories posted on the right hand column to find particular lessons. Below is a list of the categories.

Have fun exploring TBOTEMC,

Vicky

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