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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

Hey! I have been using Remind to text my students and parents without sharing my personal phone number. You have to try it! It saves time, students love it and it is free! Here is the link:

Remind | Remind101 is now Remind

This Monthly Newsletter Template Set includes 2 or 3 different newsletters for each month of the year. Each newsletter comes in color and black/white. This is a packet of editable newsletters, so you can add your own title and classroom information just by adding WordArt or a text box. Thank you so much! Kyp

Monthly Newsletter Templates (color and black/white)

Keep your kids’ crayons organized with this inexpensive and pretty DIY organizer!

Rainbow Crayon Holder

Tutorial on how to make scratch-off tickets. Could possibly use these in the classroom as incentives

ArtMind: How to make a scratch off lottery ticket?

Adventures in Room 5: Monday Made it! I love the defined expectations. modification- have outlined circles on the jar where we can place the magnets. Otherwise, I can just hear the debate now of whether or not the jar is full!

Adventures in Room 5: Monday Made it!

Efficient Exit Tickets – Keep track of student progress and invest students in their learning using post-it note exit tickets. Students love to show what they know by writing their answers and posting on the door. Add some extra flair to this space with a light up question mark available at Target now.

5 Easy Organization Hacks for Back to School | Astute Hoot

"I'm Done Jar" - a list of activities that are fun meaningful for the kids to do after they have finished their assignments.

Miss Kindergarten: I'm Done Jar 2.0!

teacher binder ideas - DO THIS NEXT YEAR. awesomely organized

Kindergarten Smiles: July 2012

STOP Getting Those 'No Name' Papers: Have students highlight their names on the sheet before turning it in.

Freebielicious: STOP Getting Those 'No Name' Papers

What is rigorous instruction?

What is Rigorous Instruction? - IgnitED

Love this Classroom Rules! poster.

Twitter / dandesignthink: @ICTEvangelist @sbhsmrwilson ...

Corkboard Connections: The Secret to Lightning Fast Classroom Transitions - Entertaining guest blog post by Chris Biffle about how to teach kids to follow directions quickly.

Exit ticket poster idea. This is a great classroom procedure to implement at the end of the day to assess what the students learned that particular day.

Head Over Heels For Teaching: Monday Made It: Classroom Decor

Good graphic for coping skills...some things I can't change. This graphic created by Rebecca Waddell.

Place Value containers from Dollar Tree and free label

Tales of Frogs and Cupcakes: Sweet & Simple Saturday Post #5

FREE Printables to create your own Family Response Journals. Kids and parents write back and forth all year. GREAT end of the year gift!

The Primary Techie: Family Response Journals with a FREEBIE

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

Why are games good for learning? | Education Matters - (tech and non-tech) |

Engage the Learner: Important tips to remember when creating lessons and hooks

A great idea for silent reading time: Turn all lights on, then turn one off every five minutes to give students have a visual cue of how much time they have left to read.