Jumpstart January Blog Hop and $50 Target Gift Card Giveaway!

Wednesday, December 31, 2014


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Happy January!  From us gals at Lesson Deli!

18 comments:

  1. I am jumpstarting January with a Nonfiction Unit based upon a Scholastic Book called Courageous Canines.

    Diane

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  2. I'm jumpstarting January by setting up our 2nd semester interactive notebooks and setting goals using commitment cards like the ones in “When the Game Stands Tall”
    More about them here: De La Salle Spartans Commitment Cards

    ~Michele
    Jackson In The Middle

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  3. I plan to start a "good things that have happened" jar for the whole class to post. We will start with a short recount of the Xmas hols.

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  4. I plan to review expectations to help jumpstart the new year.

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  5. I plan to review expectations and remind students they have two weeks until the end of the semester to improve grades and turn in homework and assignments.

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  6. have gotten some great new year resources to implement for morning work involving math and reading!

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  7. I'm jumpstarting January with a penguins unit and then our dads/kids event at the end of the unit! So fun!

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  8. I going to jump start the year by reviewing class rules and routines!

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  9. Id jump start it by telling my boy ill give him a special gift if he gets 10 gold stars

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  10. More reading for brag tags to meet their goals

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  11. We change seats and start a new fun unit - this year it is Biztown!

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  12. We are starting edible cell models.

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  13. We are working on research reports for ancient civilizations. Thank you. :)

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  14. My students will be starting our non fiction unit. They love non fiction books and our library is awesome!

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  15. Thanks for a great blog hop!! My reading classes will be working with The One and Only Ivan and citing text evidence.

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  16. I am your newest follower! I am so excited to have found your blog! I will be teaching Nonfiction Text Structures during the month of January. This is one of my favorite topics to teach. If you are excited about it, the kids will be too! Thanks for the giveaway :)

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