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This is so much better than a concern/problem box.

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classroom expectations | method to organize classroom expectations...this is interesting.

Hmmm... Don't waste time sifting through piles of worksheets - save yourself the headache and create a “master book,” a tool that organizes all your papers and keeps them all in one place. Tackle your mound of papers by sorting through each one, tossing what you don't need and keeping one copy of every important worksheet. Place them in a 3-ring binder with dividers for each month.

AWESOME!!!! Use green, yellow, and red colored cups for group work. When a table gets too loud, change the cup to yellow. If the table continues to be too loud, the cup gets changed to red; this means a loss of group time. Students now have to do their work independently and silently.

These are great questions to ask on the first day of school! Students record answers on sticky notes. Great blog post about it as well!

Giant ipad-Word wall "Word Pad"

Fabulous 5th Grade Fun: Building Relationships with Parents

Consensograms - combining a gallery walk with data collection. What a great activity for the first days of school! From Ginger Snaps Treats for Teachers.

Extra papers from the day go in the folders... perfect for make-ups!!

Reminders because I ALWAYS forget to remind at the end of class! So smart!

Graffiti Wall Review Activity-Useful to have students 'graffiti' what they know before a test. Teacher can read and fill in whatever seems to be misunderstood or needs to be emphasized.

Laminate, have students write the answer to an exit slip with dry erase marker. Color code by class. Good way to quickly assess. Kids grab ticket on way in the room, drop in basket on way out.

Tips to help students who have trouble finishing their work. Needed this last 2 years for one of my angels!