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One Pinner said: this resource is going to take me FOREVER to explore! TOO MUCH GOOD STUFF!! :) OMG this is like a new teachers bible--I can't wait to dive in!!

Ms. Lulu's Communiqué: 6 Questions to Ask Your Students at the Beginning

30 Beginning of the Year Activities, Team Building, Ice Breakers, Get to Know you- including art, vocab, writing, and more!

Give kids a "Secret Service" mission. Tell them for 1 week, they have to do something for someone else without "blowing their cover." A fun, interactive way to get kids serving others.

#Motivation Giving students the language for participation is so important. Providing an anchor chart with alternatives to "I don't know!" gives them an opportunity for success, rather than to feel like they have failed. For students that need a more consistent reminder, making these on a bookmark is an excellent way to keep it in student's hands and the forefront of their minds.

Back to school night.... this whole blog is ridiculously awesome.

Take pictures so students know how to put supplies away.

25 fun fonts for font snobs (all are free!)

printable information sheets for teachers: classroom accommodations and modifications for ADHD, Autism, Bullying, depression and more!

{Praise Junkies Beware} Great article. What do you think? How do you focus on encouragement rather than judgment or praise with the children you love and teach? How do you encourage them to do their best, yet reinforce that your love is not a performance-based reward?