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Make this a fun time with your kids as you help them develop their fine motor skills, hand-eye co-ordination, and lots more. Follow us for more such interesting posts! Feel free to comment and add thoughts or suggestions!

Pasta threading activity for toddlers

Make this a fun time with your kids as you help them develop their fine motor skills, hand-eye co-ordination, and lots more. Follow us for more such interesting posts! Feel free to comment and add thoughts or suggestions!

Students analyze the mistakes they make in math... Great thinking! from Math is Elementary (blog)

Students analyze the mistakes they make in math... Great thinking! from Math is Elementary (blog)

Improve reading comprehension skills - Making this a routine to ask students "What are you thinking?" and, in the beginning, they must respond with one of these prompts

Improve reading comprehension skills - Making this a routine to ask students "What are you thinking?" and, in the beginning, they must respond with one of these prompts

"The best way to learn is to teach." How cooperative learning is an effective form of group work in the classroom. Free poster template included!

"The best way to learn is to teach." How cooperative learning is an effective form of group work in the classroom. Free poster template included!

homework incentive - Each night 100% of the class does their homework, put up a letter in the homework banner. If the class gets every letter in the banner, the whole class wins a no-homework pass!! But if one person doesn't do their HW? The WHOLE banner comes down!

homework incentive - Each night 100% of the class does their homework, put up a letter in the homework banner. If the class gets every letter in the banner, the whole class wins a no-homework pass!! But if one person doesn't do their HW? The WHOLE banner comes down!

Possibly make my own conversation bubble prompts and add them throughout the year.

Accountable Talk Bubbles for Literacy & Problem Solving

Possibly make my own conversation bubble prompts and add them throughout the year.

"What Did I Learn Today?" We want our students to make a habit of asking themselves this question. It seems obvious, but sometimes we need to remind them that, yes, we do expect them to learn something new each and every day! This learning log will help students keep that goal in mind, while they build the important habit of daily reflection. $

Daily Learning Reflections

"What Did I Learn Today?" We want our students to make a habit of asking themselves this question. It seems obvious, but sometimes we need to remind them that, yes, we do expect them to learn something new each and every day! This learning log will help students keep that goal in mind, while they build the important habit of daily reflection. $

Exit tickets are fantastic at getting your students to reflect on their learning in your lessons. Students love these social media exit tickets as it allows them to reflect by using a medium they are very familiar with!   There are 3 different types of tickets included: Twitter, Facebook and texting with sparkly goodness!

Social Media EDITABLE Exit Tickets

Exit tickets are fantastic at getting your students to reflect on their learning in your lessons. Students love these social media exit tickets as it allows them to reflect by using a medium they are very familiar with! There are 3 different types of tickets included: Twitter, Facebook and texting with sparkly goodness!