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Cute idea- How to have a gender reveal with your students in your elementary classroom. Students will love putting their gender reveal predictions on the board with boy or girl graphing. Includes a writing activity and classroom baby shower decorations. Also makes a great classroom pregnancy announcement. Perfect for a pregnant teacher before teacher maternity leave. Gender reveal activities are for Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th grades. Free printable for maternity leave sub plans

How to Do a Gender Reveal with Your Students

Inside: Learn a fun way to host a gender reveal party with the students in your elementary classroom! First of all, congratulations! Whether this is your first baby or you are a mom to more than one child, part of balancing your role of wife, teacher, and mommy is sharing those multiple roles and facets of your life with your students. In fact, you’ve already been doing so by teaching while pregnant! You may have already announced your pregnancy to your class. Your students will be so excited to share in your joy and anticipate meeting the baby. Before that

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How to teach source credibility to elementary students. This post will give you tips and tricks to help your students find credible sources on the internet and informational text books for their research. Great for a science research project or a social studies research project. Meets common core standards as well as other research standards such as TEKS. Use for research writing. Perfect for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade teachers to use in their classroom. Great for upper elementary.

How to Teach Elementary Students Source Credibility

Inside: Tips and tricks for teaching source credibility to students in an elementary setting. Your students are ready to research. They have their devices, stacks of books, and they have the writing skills. You’re ready to get started on your research unit! Easy, right? Not so fast! Before your students get online or use their text sources, it’s time to make sure their sources are credible. This is not something that comes instinctively for new researchers, so it’s important to know how to teach elementary students source credibility. This post may contain affiliate links. See disclosure.

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