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Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: We've all Gone MAD!
An easy way to keep track of student conferences! Just tape index cards to a file folder - boys on one side, girls on the other. You can easily flip through and write anecdotal notes and the date you met with your students. It is a great reference for report cards and parent meetings.
Tons of Daily 5 word work ideas...center ideas
Seusstastic Classroom Inspirations: the daily five
Come learn how to motivate your students!
Reading Anchor Charts!
Readers Workshop / Reading Anchor Charts
reading anchor chart
Life in First Grade: Classroom Decorating: Day Ten
Anchor Charts - Reading
Use with lucky charm treats. Perfect for teachers and parents to use for St. Patrick's Day.
I love this!!! Instead of "Writing Goals", I would make this "Writing Success!" and put the child's name up when they are caught having success with that writing skill (would only do 4: Caps, Finger Space, Punctuation, and neat Handwriting)
My classroom door with CTP's Playful Patterns boarder! Cute owl themed room
Voice Level Chart with Chevron and Chalkboard Design! The Voice Level Chart is a quick and easy way to refer to the noise level in your classroom. Would add a arrow of some sort to indicate what voices they should b using!
I love anchor charts! I think they are super helpful and they make certain concepts easier for children to understand, especially if they are visual learners. It is important for students to make personal connections while they're reading. Also by making connections, writing can be tied into reading.
* I think it is great to have a set of daily rules for your students to follow when you are there but establishing a set of rules, behavior expectations, and consequences for when you are NOT there is an amazing idea! Anchor Charts - Sub Rules
Footprint art, sweet idea to keep those little kiddies busy on rainy spring days
Spring Blossom Tree Preschool Craftjust did this with my sunbeam class (all boys) to teach them about trees. i showed them a picture of a REAL apricot tree with all of the popcorn looking blossoms, we made this popcorn tree, and then we sang popcorn popping. HUGE hit. / MB: Keeping 4 pre schoolers