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A different take on the diorama: draw three isosceles triangles together to create one equilateral triangle. Fold along the lines. Draw a square with sides the same length as the equilateral triangles, and glue the folded triangles to this base. It's an interesting way to understand how shapes relate to each other, as well as how to present facts, story development, the seasons, and more!

Each kid has their OWN speech bubble - laminate and use dry erase for a quick exit slip or have the kids write their slip/response on a sticky note and put it on their speech bubble...

Creative Ways to Line Up Your Class - Freebie includes quick reference cards for the teacher

Free Student Report Card Writing Tips and Sample Guides

Have you played ZAP yet? It’s an incredibly easy game that can earn you one, two or three points for correctly answering questions. That is, of course, unless you get ZAPPED! Zapped contestants lose all of their points and must return point cards to the game card holder. Great review activity for any subject. (2.00)

Assessment Bulletin Board. This bulletin board would be a great tool to use as an exit ticket out the door. Asking students what stuck with them makes their learning generative each day. This idea could be altered to suit many classroom needs.

Must make these bean bag balls... Give these to the "fiddlers" in your classroom.

Best Teaching Resources 2012. Has ALL grades! pin now, read later!

Student Partners (instead of Clock Partners-boring!)

I had some of my rockin' friends link up their Freebie pages in this linky from Rockin' Teacher Materials

Slap! Call out a word and first person to slap it, adds it to their pile..... vocabulary, sight words, math facts... so many possibilities!

*Teaching Maddeness*: Turn the Music Up Linky Party