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This book is an imaginative joyride about hopes and dreams, and a reminder of all the possibilities life has to offer.

I Can Be Anything!

Genius Hour Assessment

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Google made this famous -- learn how you can use it in your classroom.

6 Tips for Getting Started with Genius Hour

Genius Hour -- 2nd video explains what it is

Genius Hour | Smore

Genius Hour, Check it out for more resources and how to from a teacher just setting it up!

Sparkles, Smiles, and Successful Students: What's New with You?!

Autobiography Island - Shake up how you get to know your students. could be a good way to introduce a mini lesson/assesment on map skills

3-2-1 ELA English Language Arts Reading Closure Activity - could be used for any 2nd language learning (translate and use for Spanish language building)

3-2-1 Closure Activity - Printable Worksheet | Student Handouts

RainbowsWithinReach: 200+ Back to School Bulletin Boards and Decorated Classroom Doors!

Here's a set of exit slips with several different prompts to get students thinking about what they've learned.

Classroom Freebies: Exit Slip

ticket out the door--- i like how they could insert an index card or stick a sticky note on it

Miss R's Room: Classroom Tour {Video}

Exit Slips- What did you learn today?

Discipline strategies for ADHD kids (Search the Additude website - many helpful articles)

Great for teaching Characterization in reading unit. Have students create words about themselves with silhouettes or portraits!

Teaching Character Traits in Reader's Workshop |

These are great ideas for rewards for good student behavior, especially since, at my school, you cannot give out food/candy as rewards.

Create. Cook. Teach.: Free Rewards & PBIS

Make your own magnetic bookmarks. Great project for kids!

Simple & Sincere

Goal Setting in the Classroom- love this. Students set smart goals, ones the can measure. I even set a goal and reflect on it too. Kids can check in on me and see how I'm achieving my goals as well.

Fourth Grade Literacy Lovers: Goal Setting in the Classroom

Use an old CD binder to store die-cut letters. | 29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School

Dollar Store facial cleansers for individual dry erase marker board erasers

Collaboration Cuties: Favorite Pins Friday!

The Four Part Apology; how to help your students learn to apologize.

Emmy Mom--One Day at a Time: The Four Part Apology

Early Finisher Task Cards Holder: I am so doing this over Christmas!!!!!! I am sick of my boxes.

educationjourney: Early Finisher Task Cards

Koonce's Korner: Kagan Cooperative Learning Structures- My Top Five!

Kagan Structure materials {freebies} Kagan is awesome! Literally just went to the training, highly recommend to other teachers!

Engagement Resources

Spray paint baskets to match classroom theme. Valspar paint for plastic works great!!!!

I thought that this was a unique way to organize assignments that are turned in along with what needs to be copied and filed. Not only is it super creative but it also keeps your desk from becoming a black hole of papers that I have seen while volunteering in an elementary school classroom. ~Laura Wilson

Adventures of 5th Grade: Monday Made It #4

Classroom Organizing Tips- keep teacher binder like the students so you can replicate it when new students arrive. New student packet

Classroom Organizing Tips - Paperblog