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domino number cards for a classroom reference. Love the bright colors!

Close Reading...a fun little post and a close reading freebie!

Story Stones. You can have the kids help you decorate the stones and then use them for story prompts later on.

Poppit's Cupboard: Story Stones Bag

Stinky Feet! Review Game! Get the question right, pick a sticky note. Some notes have positive points on the back, some notes have negative points. That's stinky!

Teaching In The Fast Lane: Making Test Prep Fun 5-Stinky Feet

Everyone wears "multiplication name tags" throughout the day. You always call each other by their "name". This is Mr. 32.---Could do this with addition/subtraction facts or even sight words! I LOVE THIS IDEA!

I {Heart} Teaching

Science for Kids: Teach balance with a hanger!

Science for Kids: Make a Balance - Kids Activities Blog

Team Building Game with Balloons - 10 Team Building Activities for Adults and Kids

10+ Team Building Activities for Adults and Kids - Hative

Positive rewards that don't involve buying anything!

Positive Behavior Mini Reward Cards

Math Journals Sale-Throwback Thursdays!

Mrs. Wills Kindergarten: Math Journals Sale-Throwback Thursdays!

Keys to Math signs ....I need this to put in their math journals!!

skylerschapp - Math

Task Card Corner: Task Card Storage Organization

Task Card Corner: Task Card Storage & Organization

Popsicle stick alphabetizing!

Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Five for Friday! Holla!!!

This is exactly what I have been looking for!!!

educationjourney: Early Finisher Task Cards

Middle school Bulletin board Cool first day idea Have students think of the adjectives!

Sight word crayon rubbings make practicing sight words very fun. {Sugar Aunts}

Sugar Aunts: Sight Word Crayon Rubbing Activity

Candy Medals - so fun for a special kids game night to award the winners

Family Game Night {and some free printables}

Mystery Walker. This one has saved me so many headaches! Once we are all lined up and ready to leave the classroom, I choose a name from the bucket and put it in my pocket. This is our "mystery walker'. I keep my eyes on this child while we are walking in the hall. If this child has been on his/her best behavior, he/she gets to pick a prize from my treasure box when we get back to class.

All Students Can Shine: Monday Made It - Classroom Management