Student self-assessment..this or or just one paint strip w/four colors w/assessment words written on each color. students can use clothespin to clip to their reflection Painting Chips, Paint Chips, Classroom Desk, Flip Charts, Classroom Organizations, Classroom Management, Classroom Ideas, Teachers, Student Self Assessment
Student self-assessment.. Use paint chip cards to create individual signal cards for students to display on corner of desk.
Story Stones Ideas for Kids - 5 ways to make and use story stones to develop kids' storytelling... So creative! Creative Art Ideas For Kids, Stones Ideas, Kids Art Projects For School, Creative Art Projects For Kids, Stories Stones, Creative Learning For Kids, Creative Learning Activities, Story Stones, Crafts
Story Stones Ideas for Kids - 5 ways to make and use story stones to develop kids' storytelling... So creative!
5 Story Stones Ideas - Storytelling with Rocks - Artful Parent
All for the Boys - (WATER FUN) CUP RACES! Outdoor game with water guns
Learning goal in picture frame-- use dry erase on the glass. Have spots to hang scale underneath when needed? Hmm, I like. Put the frames on bulletin board, in a line down whiteboard, hmm Future Classroom, Learning Goals, Classroom Decor, Object Dry, Learning Target, Objective Board, Classroom Organizations, Daily Object, Classroom Ideas
daily objective dry erase boards made with scrapbook paper and inexpensive frames!
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.
Great board set up....I may be making a change in the near future!
START A NEW CLASSROOM TRADITION~ Cute mice play Happy Birthday in this animated video!
Reading Fair Projects-M.F. in 6th grade did this and then others from the community were invited to "judge" them. (Criteria: display, ivideo which was a trailer made by the kid for the book, knowledge of the book, and appearance of the child (business casual dress)) Fair Projects, Reading Fair, Education, Schools Projects, Ela Reading, Classroom Literacy Displays, Schools Reading, Literacy Fair, Book Fair
Reading Fair Projects-M.F. in 6th grade did this and then others from the community were invited to "judge" them. (Criteria: display, ivideo which was a trailer made by the kid for the book, knowledge of the book, and appearance of the child (business casual dress))
way to teach double digit subtraction...gives borrowing from your neighbor a whole new meaning- good visual
Love this for the schedule..love the pictures next to the activities. Easily changeable for my schools ever changing schedule too.
What a great way to display a variety of students work that is an interactive display .. by Squarehead Teachers: "inspiration in a box" class project display Interactive Display, School Display, Class Projects, Classroom Art Display Ideas, Squarehead Teachers, Boxes, Student Work Display, Classroom Ideas, Projects Display
What a great way to display a variety of students work that is an interactive display .. by Squarehead Teachers: "inspiration in a box" class project display
Inspiration in A Box (Creative Project Display)
Love this free printable of blank faces for the kids
Fun Community Helpers Activities with a full lesson plan. Also can download a fun song on community helpers.
Back to School ideas - How to use the iPad in the first few weeks of school.
First week of school ideas (for older grades) -- great teaching blog to follow as well
These are great ideas for rewards for good student behavior, especially since, at my school, you cannot give out food/candy as rewards.
15 Apps for the One iPad Classroom
Birthday pencils for each student. Get it done at the beginning of the year and then no forgetting
Reward system- they get a piece to a puzzle. When the puzzle is complete, they earn a reward prize.
Not sure if it would matter to some students, but being this up front with students may help and definitely puts the ball in their court. Send these rules home to parents also. You know, the ones that think their child can do no wrong.