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Great Classroom Ideas

Great ideas for the classroom.

curtain rod and command hook for hanging anchor charts…LOVE!

Fun With Firsties: Snow Day Activities & Holiday Hoopla

Hang poems, charts, station work, mini pocket charts. So much less expensive!

First Grade and Fabulous: PVC Pipe

Nonfiction Pack: over 65 pages of nonfiction materials!

Nonfiction Pack: over 65 pages of nonfiction materials!

Magnetic Towel Bar used on whiteboard for displaying anchor LOVE!

Learning is Something to Treasure

Display anchor charts on dry erase board using magnetic rod

Mrs. Wills Kindergarten. Check out her great anchor charts to set her students up for success with basic routines!

Mrs. Wills Kindergarten

This poster is a visual aid to teach children how to be good listeners. This is an important skill for students to have in order to have an effective learning environment. If students do not know how to listen then the classroom can become chaotic quickly. 0642

First Grade Garden: Some Randomness!

Anchor Charts - Tattling versus Reporting - this first grade teacher's blog has LOTS of excellent anchor charts

Mrs. Terhune's First Grade Site!: Anchor Charts

Classroom Library Idea....... 5 Finger Check for Just Right Books Poster- Black & Bright/ Learning in the LImelight

5 Finger Check for Just Right Books Poster- Black & Bright

Class roster on a lanyard; easy attendance in case of emergencies. Nice! {image only}

Research shows that when students track their own learning/understanding and data, they perform better. See how this teacher puts her students in charge of rating their OWN learning and tracking their OWN data using Marzano's levels of understanding! Tons of blog posts!! $

for kids who need tactile stimulation--stick the scratchy velcro under their desks so that they can rub their finger over it and stay in their seats with minimal distraction... Excellent idea!

Are you tired of sending home overdue notices? Mix up the notices going home by using bracelets and stickers instead! Catchy rhymes are written to ...

Pick six students every Friday and write them a special note on their desks for them to find Monday morning. Keep a list and start again when everyone in the class has been done.

Tuesday's Tip for Teachers: Need a creative class management tool that's a bit different? When the class works well together, they get a piece to a puzzle. When the puzzle is complete, they earn a reward! This not only promotes teamwork and togetherness but you can also use the puzzle as an example of many pieces coming together to create a whole, just like a class full of students.

LOVE! I need to remind myself of this! Back to school prayer

Teaching Blog Addict: Prayer for the First Day of School