Pick 3 Pinterest Party {March}

I'm addicted to Pinterest because, let's face it, who isn't?  It is an amazing tool for educators to find inspirational ideas for the classroom.  I find engaging lesson ideas, eye-catching anchor charts and fun activities constantly.  I thought I would link up my top Pinterest finds for March with Pawsitively Teaching and Inspired Owl's Corner.




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I love this March Madness idea from The Brown Bag Teacher!  Although my students aren't huge basketball fans, they are into sports in general this year.  We have a list of books that all the students have been working on reading this year, so I will use those for our tournament.  I can't wait to share our version with you! 



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Our school is moving towards Chromebooks for every student.  Once we get there, they will be using Google Drive and Google Classroom exclusively.  I have a few laptops and desktops in my room this year, so I have started experimenting with it.  Teaching Trio has shared some tips and tricks for getting started with it.  The students really enjoy using the computers and it's proving to be a great way to connect with them in the classroom.




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Testing season is almost upon us.  There are so many fun food incentives for testing, but I'm not allowed to use those in my classroom.  I thought this was a fun alternative from Fourth and Ten.

If you are searching for more great ideas, check out my Pinterest feed.

7 comments

  1. I love the march book madness and pencil sayings. Thanks for sharing :)

    Mrs. Wiley
    @ Wiley Teaching

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  2. Love the March Madness for books! Thanks for sharing and linking up!

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  3. I have a class set of Chrome books and they come in very handy. Off to check out that pin right now! I'm always looking for new ideas. Thanks for sharing! :-)

    Undercover Classroom

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  4. I have a chrome book at school for me to use. I'm not a huge fan of it but then I haven't really done a lot with it either. Love the book tournament!

    The Busy Busy Hive

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  5. Love the pins that you shared; thanks!

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  6. Our planner had done an event at our venue last year, and we knew that their experience would be nearly invaluable to our event. We worked with their party planner, who totally delivered on what we had hoped for!

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