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Into the Driver's Seat
Be a "four star participant" - excellent tool to use during small group instruction! Lots of freebies and great ideas in this post!
Team Formation Tips for Smooth Sailing into the New School Year!
Minds in Bloom: Smooth Sailing: Back to School Giveaway and Classr...
Put a positive spin on traditional class rules with these neon "We Believe" statements!
Assigning students table numbers, as well as, a partner letter (A or B) is an easy management tool for cooperative learning.
Make grading On-Demand Writing painless with these Common-Core aligned writing rubrics!
More authentic than traditional book reports, Reading Response Letters are the perfect way to build a relationship with the readers in your class. This resource includes everything you need to get started with response letters - templates, grading rubrics, and students examples!
Tired of your old Jeopardy game? Check out this bright, fun PowerPoint template! bestteacherblog.c...
Jeopardy PowerPoint Template - Classroom Game
Bloom's Taxonomy: key words; actions; outcomes; questions. ("Landscape" print option for larger font size.)
Classroom desk arrangement ideas. A few different ideas presented that may help you set up your classroom. Found at: http://dandelionsdragonflies.blogspot.com.au/2011_08_01_archive.html - scroll down to see images. Pinterest link for all of you crazy pinners: http://pinterest.com/cleverclassroom/educational-blogs-and-blog-posts/
Classroom desk arrangement ideas.
Parents - Please don't do your kids' projects!
Website with 900 different kinds of printable papers - stuff for penmanship, graph, class lists etc.
Have You Filled a Bucket Today? ~ Carol Mcloud ~ Through simple prose and vivid illustrations, this heartwarming book encourages positive behavior as children see how rewarding it is to express daily kindness, appreciation, and love. Bucket filling and dipping are effective metaphors for understanding the effects of our actions and words on the well being of others and ourselves.
Great way to teach community in the classroom!
Duct tape flags on pencils so you know where your pencils are!
Use dollar store soap boxes to organize card games...genius!