Partners

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i'm a peanut butter partner game with four different words on each one side
Peanut Butter and Jelly Partners
Peanut Butter and Jelly Partners
the ultimate baby shower font guide
Babbling Abby
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the ultimate baby shower font guide
Babbling Abby
Do you love to create printable resources? Then, you MUST check out these fonts! There are over 100 to choose from, along with several FREE fonts, too! Babbling Abby fonts are a must for any teacher or teacher-author who creates to sell on Teachers Pay Teachers!
an outdoor kitchen and dining area is lit up at night with candles on the table
Outdoor Kitchen w/dining, fireplace nook - http://www.paradiserestored.com/portfolio/seiple-prop/
a row of matches with the words great way to assist partners on twitter or facebook
A New Way to Introduce the Color Wheel
great way of assigning partners
the wheel of fortune is displayed in this screenshot from an iphone screen capturer
Decide Now App~a Bright Ideas for your classroom
Tonya's Treats for Teachers: Decide Now App~a Bright Ideas for your classroom personal spinner for the classroom.
candy themed place cards with words and pictures
Ramona Recommends Courtney Hinshaw
SWEET STUDENT PARTNERING CARDS. Each student gets a card and has to match it with their counterpart to figure out who their partner is. Such a "sweet" freebie.
a row of matches with the words great way to assist partners on twitter or facebook
A New Way to Introduce the Color Wheel
great way of assigning partners
a group of people holding hands with the words form groups above them on a black and white background
Instructional Strategies
Strategies for Forming Small Groups of Students for various activities and purposes
the four types of speech bubbles that are used to help students understand what they're talking
Having students put this in their reading journals for when they meet with their groups to give them ways to encourage their discussion.
wooden spoons with names on them sitting on a table
Partner sticks... Each has the name of a famous character... Eg Aladdin and Jasmine or Sully and Mike Wazowsku. Kids pull a stick and when all sticks are out, kids find matching character. Love this way to randomize pairs. http://the-teacher-next-door.blogspot.com/
the four types of speech bubbles that are used to help students understand what they're talking
Partner Talk Anchor Chart