Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Time-Out Tuesday and Some Dancing

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18 comments:

  1. I love the movements! Movements always help things stick for my kids. Thanks for sharing!

    Jenny
    Luckeyfrog's Lilypad

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  2. Love that you got your kids up and moving. AMAZING! :)

    Lyndsey
    A Year of Many Firsts

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  3. Such a great activity-- my kiddos LOVE to get in on the movements! Oh, and your "fort" picture cracked me up (I'm sure lots of us have had student built "fort"s like this one!

    I enjoyed reading your post today. Your blog is so cute and well layed out-- so I'm giving you the One Lovely Blog Award!

    Click on over to see!

    Jillian
    Just Tinkerin Around

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  4. Love the pictures! Looks like they are learning and having fun with it!
    Lori
    Conversations in Literacy

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  5. Looks like fun!!! I love the poster too! And the colors!!! :-)

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  6. One of my boys tucked himself into our lunch basket yesterday and read. I checked a few times and he was definitely reading in there... whatever!

    And I love the motions!! We are going to learn this soon and I think I will borrow this idea. :)

    Marvelous Multiagers!

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  7. I have awarded you with the Lovely Blog Award. Hop on over to my blog to check it out!
    Becky
    Teaching, Learning, & Loving

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  8. Love the little reader!! He wasn't messing around...no distractions for him! Hee hee! And I love the subtraction, especially with the movements! Love getting my class moving! Fun!

    Stacey
    3rdgradetimesinct.blogspot.com

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  9. My kids would LOVE to make it a dance. What a great idea! Thanks for the post! I'm your newest follower. I grabbed your button too.

    Jen

    www.AdventuresinMrsMartinsRoom.blogspot.com

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  10. Thanks for sharing your movements/dance. I love your blog. I will defintiely be back to visit it.

    Janna
    Fabulous Finch Facts

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  11. I love this!!! I will definitely add the movements this spring when we teach regrouping!

    http://wishfulteaching.blogspot.com/search/label/Subtraction

    Check out my blog post and see the flip-book we make with our students. This goes home with them and becomes their teaching-tool to teach their families how to know when to regroup.

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  12. This is too cute! We are working on this skill next week, so I will definitely try this out! Thanks for sharing!

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  13. I too have a few students that just don't get the "go next door" idea. I will introduce the dance next week!! Thanks for your ideas.

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  14. Very creative to teach subtraction regrouping!

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  15. I love the poster and dancing! I'm starting double digit subtraction in a couple of weeks and would love to use this poster. Is there I way I can get it? I looked at your TPT store but I couldn't find it. Thanks so much for sharing your creativity!
    Rambling About Reading

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  16. I taught the same method for double digit subtraction, though I actually made up my own version of the subtraction poem. Regardless, I NEVER thought to incorporate dance moves! I can't wait to try this with my students. Thank you so much for sharing! You are extremely creative and talented. Your students are very lucky to have you as their teacher.

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