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Pick 3 Pinterest Party {April}

I'm joining Pawsitively Teaching and Inspired Owl's Corner to share my Top 3 Pinterest picks for my classroom for the month of April.  Each one comes from my upper-grade blogging idols.  These ladies have some awesome ideas to share!

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For the first time, I've started using task cards in my classroom.  I have no idea why I didn't start sooner!!  I hang them around the room and the students work quietly at each station.  It's great chance for them to move around and they stay super focused.  Now, I just need a way to store all those task cards!  Teaching with a Mountain View shared this simple, but effective way to store them.  I especially love how they are all labeled!

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My students will be on Spring Break at the end of April, so I thought a version of The Brown Bag Teacher's Winter Break Challenge would be perfect for my reading groups!

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This trimester, my students are really going to start diving into Non-Fiction reading.  As we reach the end of the year, it's also time when students start to lose focus.  I think Ms. Leslie Ann's Close Reading Tool Kits will really do the trick!

Stop by my Pinterest page to check out more of my favorite tips and tricks!

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  1. I found a great pin about task cards too. I get those little envelopes at the Target Dollar Spot! Perfect for multiple sets.

  2. Awesome! I love all three of your picks! So, I followed the link to find out that the task card storage drawers are actually a "double decker bath storage organizer" from my favorite store. . .Target! Yay!


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