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Punch cards can be used to reward good behavior, completing homework, practicing math facts or sight words, etc...>> might work better than the sticker chart, as some kids are taking other kids' stickers!! Ugh! lol

What the Teacher Wants!: What's the bee-havior buzzzz???

Figure me out math activity! Great for getting to know/beginning of the year! (Picture only)

Use these superhero goal setting forms when you conference with your students. Let your kiddos take ownership of their learning....

Superhero Goal Setting

"Wall of champions" post its to demonstrate 80% or higher on assessments


Great idea to keep track of Missing Work. Students take their post-it off and attach it to their late work. Picture only

Fabulous Fourth Grade: Anchor Charts

Fabulous Fourth Grade: Anchor Charts

Anchor charts Capital Letters. You would think 4th graders wouldn't need this, but they do!

First Grade Friendly Froggies: Favorite Pins Friday!

Need to put this in my classroom

Tupelo Honey: My Classroom

This is a way for students to assess their social level and how they act in the classroom. This can be beneficial for when you want to point out when a student is excelling in all areas or when a student is misbehaving and you want them to realize it on their own.

Fiorini_Student Self Evaluation.pdf - Google Drive

Success Rubric for ANY Subject - Posters, Rubric & More - LOVE this idea for assessments (self, peer, and teacher) $

Self-Assessment Rubric for ANY Subject - Posters, Rubric & More

This includes a self assessment survey for students to complete and an observation form that you can fill out as you walk around and observe studen...

Self Assessment & Observation forms

A gentle report card designed for kids who need encouragement to pay attention in class, be more organized and more.


Student self-reflection. Great for conferences or report card time

student self-assessment report card

First Grade and Flip Flops: I'm Featured! With a little bit of Let's Edit and Student Self Assessment!!!

Where has this been all my life!?

Letter "A" Activity - Make an Alligator from the Letter A - Repeat "Alligator, Alligator" in front of: (turn around - touch the ground) - (chomp your jaws - show your claws) - (get down low - move real slow) - (reach up high - wave goodbye)

Preschool Alphabet: Alligator

Recently, I found a picture on Pinterest that suggested highlighting letters on paper then encouraging children to trace the highlighted letters. I love it! The dashes that are most commonly used are obtrusive and really don't encourage tracing, but highlighting works great. Use this for teaching preschoolers to draw shapes, their name, and even for cutting activities

Walking the S - Great kinesthetic activity for kids learning the alphabet. Works with any letter. Have child walk heel-toe, heel toe and maneuver the S like a balance beam. Special needs, preschool, kindergarten, homeschool, alphabet fun

Painters Tape, Pergo and a Plan

Create this on my own. Pass out M on the first day during table work time. Depending on which color they have they must answer a question. Change out M&m for skittles peanut free

Back-To-School Pack {Including Open House}

ONLINE RESOURCE SUBJECT VERB AGREEMENT~ Verb Viper is a fun educational game that encourages students to choose correct verb tenses (present, past, past participle), recognize correct verb forms (ran instead of runned), and recognize subject/verb agreement (I am, he is).

ABCya! | Subject Verb Agreement

Great way to communicate with parents about Reading conferences!