“Please do a good deed, whatever it may be. Then pass this card to that person and tell them to do the same thing ... pay it forward.” Potential community service idea - each girl does a good deed and passes the card along so the project keeps going beyond GOTR!
Mom and Son Pay It Forward With Daily Good Deeds
14 Mac Hacks That Will Change The Way You Use Your Computer
Each time a student BLURTS out loud without raising hand they have to take one down. Last person to have all 3 gets rewarded!
DIY Classroom Library Sticks - The Organized Classroom Blog
Owl Classroom Rules with Polka Dots
Use bull clips to hold up signs at centers or to display finish art work.
Sub Binder I HATE trying to write down where everything is.... THIS is MUCH easier! (THIS. IS. SO. SMART!)
teaching students to take responsibility for actions. LOVE this!!
Original Pinner said: "This morning I walked into a fifth grade classroom and they were singing the song "What I Am" by Will.i.Am. And Yes, it's a song he sang on Sesame Street. But these fifth graders were LOVING it. Their teacher told me this was their new theme song. Let me tell you....all the kids were standing up and singing this song LOUD and with hand movements. It was so awesome because I could see how much they BELIEVED the words to this song."
AWESOME! This website provides information about specific disabilities. They provide information on ADHD, Aspergers, Autism, Developmental Delay, Emotional Disability, and Learning Disability. This website also provides information on creating behavior plans and intervention plans. It also provides information on special education laws eligibility and more.
idea for students who struggle to remember classroom routines
Go to this website and you can set an alarm(s) to come on and play a song of your choosing on your computer. I set mine for Monday - Friday at the times we get ready for special areas, for lunch, and to go home. This could also be used for subject transitions.
No more kids standing at the crayon box digging for 20 minutes to find a color they need!