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Teach-A-Roo: Dino-Mite Classroom Reveal!

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Tuesday Teacher Tips: Incentives at Fern Smith's Classroom Ideas #FREE Parent Request Letter

Fern Smith's Classroom Ideas!: Tuesday Teacher Tips: Incentives

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Classroom wall decal - made with a projector, contact paper, and acrylic paint. SO EASY!!!

Wear these on field trips and special events. Fun!

Lessons with Laughter: 2013 Class T-Shirts

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Secondgradealicious: How About a Tug of War? Making Thinking Visible - an excellent resource for promoting engagement and higher order thinking skills!

We May All Be Different… | Teaching Photos

No more, "I don't know" responses. (I need to switch the last one to "hear the directions again.")

6 Learning Methods Every 21st Century Teacher should know

Here's a really cute idea. Frame quote bubbles, use a dry erase marker to write funny things your kids say. When you are ready to switch the quotes, have the child take a picture with their quote and make a photo book of quotes.

Games that require nothing more than people and your brains! Perfect for any time you are stuck waiting with kids!

A nice looking website that offers varied ideas and links. I haven't explored it thoroughly, but it looks worthwhile! Good resource for technology integration and just good teaching.

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25 Things Successful Teachers Do Differently - good reminder

BOOM! A Free Game to Use with Task Cards!

Use for exit slips??? ZAP! a new team game to try that can be used for any subject matter

Permanent Marker Magic-I wish I would've known about this 20 years ago!

Corkboard Connections: Fantastic Foldable Freebies Link Up! Dozens of blog posts with great examples of foldables!

Learn how to effectively use "Turn and Talk," sometimes called "Think, Pair, Share," with your students. www.minds-in-bloo...

Choice Board for enrichment and early finishers...color coded by subject or skill...change choices often (In this example, lime green choices are MATH activities, dark green choices are WRITING activities, blue choices are READING activities, violet choices are SPELLING activities, and pink are CHALLENGE activities. )

Quick Brain Breaks to use throughout the day. www.minds-in-bloo...

For those of you wondering how to use task cards...here is your answer! Lots of great ideas!

I read somewhere about a teacher who used a cheap camera in her room so the kids could take pics of their tasks during stations. I looked all around for a 'cheap' digital camera. I finally found one! It was fifteen bucks at Meijer. It's a very simple camera, but that's just what I needed for my munchkins to use. I just hang it at the station and they have someone take a pic of them when they finish a task. I told them that I wanted them to 'prove it' so that I know how hard they are working.

Cereal box bookmarks...What a great project! Kids bring in their favorite cereal box and make a bookmark out of it. Makes reading more fun too! Easy and cheap (free actually)!