Dismissal routine anchor chart
Around the Kampfire: Student Spaces The Desk Fairy Will Love!
For small pieces they are working on but not ready to glue in journals
Science Notebooking: Notebook "Extras"
Does it drive you crazy to see your students shuffling through the notebooks trying to find their next empty page? Do they constantly leave empty pages between entries? Do YOU hate having to spend time finding the page you are looking to assess? Then, the cutting corners method is for you! When you assess notebooks, cut the upper right corner. Just place your thumb on the upper right hand corner and flip…you're on a fresh page! Ta-da!
"Show what you know" post-it responses on top of each students name... When teaching conventions of writing, have each student write a sentence on their post-it to assess one area you've been working on. Can also use across subject areas for formative assessment
Students write a letter to a parent about what they did during the week. The parent writes back a short note in response. "If the students bring their Friday Journal back on Monday with a parent response, they receive a sticker on the cover of their journal. By the end of the year, the cover looks really cool and the parents have a special keepsake."
phonics flags-- beautiful classroom decorations with phonics skills
This is awesome. I made sheets to practice writing our address.
Go Noodle is one of the BEST things to ever enter our classroom management bag of tricks! Perfect way to get them excited or calmed down and FOCUSED for learning. Brain Breaks are a must in today's classroom. Go Noodle is exactly what we need all in one place...AND it's FREE!!! :)
For all my teacher friends PIN THIS NOW!! Incredible reading management binder to track student progress. Every form you will need for assessing students and developing instruction. A great addition to your reading workshop management.
Reading Management Binder
My Teacher To Do Frame. It's simply a document a made, cut to fit and put in an 8 x 10 picture frame. You simply use a dry erase marker to write down your To Dos. Check them off and erase when you need write new ones. Sit it on your desk or guided reading table and you won't forget those copies, plans, etc. any more!