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Use colored Sharpie markers to make colorful, decorative staples.

This is a "Shout Out Wall" where students can shout out their success in school, home, work or activities

Plickers! Do you think student response systems sound cool...but just don't have the funds for them?? Well say hello to PLICKERS! Plickers are paper clickers and they're free, easy to use, and kids love them!

MULTI-USE Paint Sample Cards Put the large paper clip on True or False. OR A, B, C or D to answer a problem. OR when introduced to a concept, "It's crystal clear." "It's a bit hazy." "It's cloudy." or "I'm in a fog." #teachersfollowteachers

Give a Book! Take a Book! Let's Swap! - Nice description of how to handle a book swap at school.

Cheap whiteboards using laminated card stock and duct tape for edges! Too cute and really lightweight.

Why not have a ribbon chandelier in your reading area? Ribbons and hoola hoops.

Dr. Jean & Friends Blog: TABLES WEARING SHOES??? Students can practice tying their shoes when finished with an activity

Virtual field trips provide students with opportunities they may not get to experience otherwise. Where else can you "take a trip" to see Sistine...

What a great idea for conferences~! This teacher makes a board of some handouts perfect for practicing at home, because so many times the parents want to help but aren't sure how (or don't have the materials). Brilliant!

You put an item in the mystery bag and then have the kids take turns asking questions to try to narrow down the possibilities. It is great to develop deductive reasoning skills. (mystery item was mini marshmallows)

Here's a really cute idea. Frame quote bubbles, use a dry erase marker to write funny things your kids say. When you are ready to switch the quotes, have the child take a picture with their quote and make a photo book of quotes. My mom says you think you'll remember all the funny stuff they say, but you don't.

Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Halloween costume for a teacher! :)

This is a super cool idea! Put some objects in the bag, and let kids pull one out to tell the next part of the story! Some kids would REALLY look forward to this!

Such a sweet idea for teachers to do in their class! Classroom B-day idea... or just a great community builder mid-year. This is seriously one of the sweetest ideas I have ever seen. If there is no smartboard in your room maybe you could do it with large bulletin board paper. Then they could keep the kind words.

Mrs. Robbins' 2nd Grade: Daily 5 Graphs