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What NOT to Do the First Day of School | Teach 4 the Heart

Come read about ten reasons to avoid motivating learners with sweets as well as recommendations on how to entice and engage learners.

The Tiny Mistake that Could Ruin Your Year | Teach 4 the Heart

2nd Grade Snickerdoodles: Tips for a Successful School Year Power Point Presentation FREEBIE

6 Ways to Create a Strong Partnership Between Parents and Teachers - Teacher Approved #newteachers #backtoschool

Audiobooks or books on tape can improve word recognition, the proper pronunciation of words and also develop visualization abilities. In addition, it can improve tracking, attention, and spelling too. Come learn how.

Use a page protector to place over a textbook page for students to use during close reading.

Outsource it! 50 Ways to Utilize Classroom Volunteers - This post is part of the Bright Ideas Blog Hop. Use the Link-Up at the bottom of the post to find more awesome ideas for the classroom!

5 things I wish I knew as a beginning teacher about working with adults

A hair tie wrapped around the stem of a hand sanitizer pump will allow just enough sanitizer for little hands! A pin round up for teachers #newteachers #backtoschool

Setting Up Your Classroom: 9 Practical Things You May Not Have Thought Of | Teach 4 the Heart

Partner wheel: Put the kids you don't want together in the smaller circle and match them up to the kids in the larger circle! // Love this!

Back-to-School: 20 Articles to Help Teachers Prepare | Teach 4 the Heart

Back to School: Classroom Management Tips for Teachers | Teach 4 the Heart

Good Classroom Management Advice: “The Person Who Asks The Questions Controls The Conversation"