Weis Elementary Resources

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The purpose of this is to narrow down your inbox without losing valuable resources sent by coaches, administrators, and your fellow amazing teachers! If there is a resource you would like to share, simply email to Ms. Baker and she will gladly add it!

Good For ALL Content/Subjects

ELA

http://mhschool.com/lead_21/lead_21.html
Literacy Handbook used during mini lessons (from Emily)

LAFS Task Cards (from Emily)

http://languageartsreading.dadeschools.net/pdf/ElementaryDocuments/Primary/CCSS_TaskCards_KG_Revised.pdf
Kindergarten

http://languageartsreading.dadeschools.net/pdf/ElementaryDocuments/Primary/CCSS_TaskCards_Grade1_Revised.pdf
1st Grade

http://languageartsreading.dadeschools.net/pdf/ElementaryDocuments/Primary/LAFSQuestionTaskCardsGrade2.pdf
2nd grade

http://ebt.dadeschools.net/user/image/task-cards-language-arts-lafs-question-task-cards-grade-3-copy.pdf
3rd grade

http://languageartsreading.dadeschools.net/pdf/LAFS/Task%20Cards/LAFS%20Question%20Task%20Cards%20Grade%204.pdf
4th grade

http://languageartsreading.dadeschools.net/pdf/LAFS/Task%20Cards/LAFS%20Question%20Task%20Cards%20Grade%205.pdf
5th grade

https://www.thedailycafe.com/articles/daily-5-anchor-charts

The link explains them AND provides examples of anchor charts for each of the 5 tasks.



http://3rdgradesahoot.blogspot.co.uk/2012/01/daily-5-work-on-words-and-freebies.html

Ideas for Work on Words component of Daily 5.



http://www.frugalteacher.com/2014/01/ipad-integration-that-works.html?m=1

iPad apps for Daily 5


http://yung.wikispaces.com/The+Daily+Five

Daily 5 Tips and Tricks



http://tunstalltimes.blogspot.com/2013/11/guided-reading-goods.html?m=1

Daily 5 AND Guided Reading Ideas


http://www.readinga-z.com/

Username:emcmillanf
Password: kexun425

We have access to Reading A to Z, Vocabulary A to Z, and Raz-Kids


http://learningtasks.weebly.com/vocabulary-strategies.html

Vocabulary strategies


http://www.gigglepoetry.com/newffibansw.aspx

Giggle Poetry-Poetry Fun Website



http://ckisloski.blogspot.com/2013/09/favorite-writers-workshop-mentor-texts.html

Interesting blog about Kindergarten and mentor texts.


http://www.learningunlimitedllc.com/2013/05/tiered-vocabulary/

Great article about what words are instruction worthy in regards to vocabulary instruction. Breaks words into 3 tiers.


http://www.readwritethink.org/

Amazing interactive games and lesson plans. Appropriate for Pre-K through 5th Grade!


http://www.readworks.org/

Passages with questions aligned to specific standards. Also lesson plans aligned to standards

Math

http://www.cpalms.org/Public/
CPALMS-wealth of information, lesson plans, activities, and games

www.matific.com
Register for free at this website and there's an iPad app too. It's for Grades K-6.

http://www.dreambox.com/teachertools
Lots of different levels

K-1 Math Links
Great for independent practice/focus lessons

2-3 Math Links

Great for independent practice/focus lessons

4-5 Math Links

Great for independent practice/focus lessons

Math Strategies Poster
Great to use as an anchor chart or to make mini ones for desk reminders.

Subtract Like a Pirate

Harry Kindergarten video

Sentence Starters
Great for math journals or to guide student talking during math wrap ups.

Math Game Ideas

The "True/False" game would make a great independent activity. Especially in upper grades when brackets and parenthesis!

Behavior

http://www.newmanagement.com/ebooks/pdf/clip-chart.pdf
Clip chart ideas

http://www.miss-kindergarten.com/2012/01/my-new-clip-chart.html

I love how she has her students color the square to represent where they were for the day! She also has a great letter that she sends home explaining it!

http://www.heidisongs.com/blog/2008/09/getting-control-of-very-difficult-class.html

Ideas for working with a difficult class.

http://www.middleweb.com/19037/10-ways-sabotage-classroom-management/
10 things to NOT do in your classroom!

Science


http://www.wunderground.com/weather-forecast/US/FL/Pensacola.html
This website has graphs of the temperature, pressure, and precipitation changes that would provide excellent opportunities for questioning students on the causes and effects of the data in the graphs.

Brain Breaks