Creative Teaching Ideas – Add Yours {2-10}

It’s that time again! Teaching Idea Tuesday where you show off your creative teaching tips, activities and lesson plans is live. Link up your blog post with a teaching idea like something you taught, a project you made, a lesson, or fun tip. {anything goes}

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Here are the featured ideas to spark creativity from the last collection. Let’s start with the most popular count and graph worksheet for Valentine’s day and other V-day printables. Paragraph writing gets easier when students practice weekly using the “paws” approach. Penguin books and art are just a few great ideas in this collection. And I love that we saw more upper el. science with this forms of energy anchor chart!

Thanks to everyone who linked up – what fantastic and creative ideas all around!

If you’re a Teach Junkie reader I know you’ll like seeing creative ideas pile up in this week’s collection. Click any link below to get started.

If you’re a blogger, you’ll like getting more readers for your creative content. From this week’s collection, some will be featured on the main site. Thanks for playing along!

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Leslie {aka the original Teach Junkie} loves learning new things to make teaching easier and more effective. She enjoys featuring creative classroom fun when she's not designing teacher shirts, making kindergarten lesson plans or planning her family's next trip to Disney World.