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Neat Idea! One student is selected to be the "Ask Me" person (to help students who need assistance) while the teacher works with small groups-no disruptions for the teacher!!! Kids would love to take turns doing this!!!

Tales of Frogs and Cupcakes: My Math Block Mini-Series {Part 6}

Fidget Rings help to increase focus in children who can’t sit still or are diagnosed with ADHD.

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Handprint Butterfly Craft for Kids - make wings out of white paper and add painted designs to add bright colours to this craft

Handprint Butterfly Craft for Kids

Printable Monarch Butterfly Craft: perfect for when our butterflies emerge from the chrysalis

{ Printable Monarch Butterfly Craft }

Caterpillar Changing to a Butterfly Craft Kids Can Make from www.daniellesplac...

Butterfly, caterpillar, and inchworm crafts

Classroom organization!!

Good idea to label files with binder clips so the labels face up

Bright Ideas: Managing Headphone Cords

3rd Grade Thoughts: Bright Ideas: Managing Headphone Cords

When students participate when no one else is or answer a challenging question they can get 'smart beads' to wear. they trade in smart beads at the end of the day for a little note that goes home to their parents! AWESOME :) .....I like this uses parent praise as the rewards, and recognized academic achievements.

dandelions and dragonflies: Smart Beads!

During activities, punch holes in the papers of students that are off task. Easy to keep track of participation when you collect the papers!

Hole Punch | The Comprehensible Classroom

Does My Child Have Behavior Problems? or Sensory Processing Issues? A 5 Week Series

Make Dandelions Using a Fork (Kids Craft) |

Make Dandelions Using a Fork (Kids Craft) - Sassy Dealz

Word work that combines math and spelling! Can be done with Scrabble tiles too! Thinking of middle school science vocabulary work for early finishers.

Tired of hearing, "That isn't fair!" This activity is a great way to help children understand that fair isn't when everyone gets the same's when everyone gets just what they need. All you'll need for this lesson is a big box of Band-Aids and some time for class discussion. Love the simplicity and impact of this lesson!

Draw a picture with glue, sprinkle salt, dip a paintbrush in water and food coloring and touch it to the will be mesmerized.

Tips for teaching executive function skills in the classroom: Managing Student Work - Therapy and Learning Services, Incorporated

FUN Hallway Behavior Management Idea. Before you leave the classroom pick a chip with a students name but don't tell who it is. They are the mystery walker and you are watching that student the entire time. If they do a good job in the hall, they get a ticket or prize.

STAAR WARS - May the scores be with you! Need to get this to wear on testing days!!

Sub Tub... great to have in your classroom to be prepared for when you need a sub. Contains a Welcome Binder explaining the daily schedule, where things are in the room and anything the sub might need like computer log-in codes. Tub also has hanging folders for each day of the week with emergency lesson ideas, great books, games and other activities to do!

Have some sort of "blurt alert" sign to point to when someone is blurting. Does not stop the lesson!