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Your students will love interacting with Shadow. They will learn editing skills from this classroom visitor, who is writing challenged. Children love trying to find where Shadow is sleeping as they enter your room each morning. Make learning and morning work fun with this classroom character!

GORGEOUS labels for organizing classroom supplies

Great post about getting organized for Meet the Teacher night! There are links to several free printables, too!

One Extra Degree: Catching Up With FREEBIES!

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$Objectives and standards can be challenging for students to understand. “I Can” statements are a student friendly alternative. This pack contains “I Can” statements for each of the 6th - 8th grade Reading & Writing History/Social Studies Common Core Standards. Each statement is approximately 4 1/4 X 11” and will fit nicely into a small pocket chart. Print this set on 8.5 X11” letter size paper and cut into strips.

Reading and Writing History/SS 6-8 Common CoreI Can Statements

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Free Poster/Handout {Are You a Text Talker?} Using the text-based language of close reading sentence starters

Instagram Bulletin Board. From Marci Coombs Blog. I will use this to display classroom pictures from the school year.

Marci Coombs: Instagram Bulletin Board.

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Hide questions under their seat and announce 'hot seat' sometime during the day. Whoever has a question under their seat has to answer it. Perfect way to review/have fun! This is an idea from kindergarten that could be used in ANY grade!!

Kindergarten Smiles: Common Core

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A cute and easy way to do brain breaks. Anytime I think one is necessary in my classroom I would have a student come up and draw from the cup blindly and whichever activity they draw the whole class will do. All these ideas are real simple and provide as a quick break to help refocus my future students.