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What a great way to have kids reflect on their learning.

Vote on and display the top 10 books in your classroom. Great way to encourage next year's group to read.

6 Surprising Bad Practices That Hurt Dyslexic Users

Collaborative posters. Each students gets one colored marker and they are not allowed to swap colors or with other students. Allows you to see at a glance who contributed what to the activity.

Links to dyslexia articles and resources for teachers and parents.

Index of 53 group games (ice breakers, team-building games, etc.) that are great for promoting unity, teamwork, camaraderie, or for teaching valuable lessons. Instructions, rules, variations, etc., are included.

How I Replaced Shakespeare - Joel Stein of Time Magazine on Common Core State Standards

Death to high school English: Why Learning to Write Matters

Great "get to know you" game. Everyone scoops a small dixie cup full of m’s. One at a time picked out a single m, and shared a thought that correlated with the color of the candy and the chart. I would change some of the tasks.

Gifted Education blog. Check it out!

Research based ideas on how to set up your room. Good to consider when prepping your room for the school year. Keep this handy for next year!!!

Student Teacher Binder: Totally wish I would have had this super cute pack for my last student teacher. :)

LOVE this idea! // Backyard Scrabble (or Bananagrams): There are 144 "tiles." Here's how many of each letter you need. 2: J, K, Q, X, Z 3: B, C, F, H, M, P, V, W, Y 4: G 5: L 6: D, S, U 8: N 9: T, R 11: O 12: I 13: A 18: E

Grade 6: Informational Reading: Sixth Grade Comprehension (Common Core Standard 6.RI.10) | Learnist