Top Creative Teaching Ideas – What’s Yours? {7-9}

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

Teach Junkie: Teaching Idea Tuesday

Creative Teaching Ideas

In order to play with us, you’ll need to add this button to your post. Edit and then simply copy and paste the html code into the top or bottom of your post. If you’re wondering how to link up to Teaching Idea Tuesday, I created a tutorial with pictures for you. {You know I’ve got your back!}

No blog required {wink}… I can feature EVERY creative teacher. Just add your teaching idea to your to the Teach Junkie Community, to be featured on the main site and keep a gorgeous running log of your incredibly creative ideas.

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If you’re reading this in an e-mail or reader, click HERE to see all of the creative teaching ideas by fellow dangerously-awesome teachers.

Last Week’s Favorite

I know you’ll like this creative idea! I’ve also selected some to be featured on the main site. Thanks for playing along! This is just the top idea that I had time to highlight from last week’s teaching ideas, you’ll see many more on Teach Junkie and featured on our facebook page. So a huge thank you for those who took the time to link up their fabulous teaching ideas!

Creative Teaching Ideas - American Hero Project and Wax Museum

1. American Hero Project and Wax Museum – Talk about making social studies and famous people in history come alive. This activity that has multiple parts will help your students research and compile information about famous people in history – but you could apply it to any specific area your teach! You’ll love seeing the steps along the way as this teacher lays out her step by step process of making history come alive!

Thanks everyone for playing! Feel free to grab the “I’m a Featured Teach Junkie” blog button as your ideas are definitely worth the shout out. {woot}

Teach Junkie

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.

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