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Classroom reward system- If the class shows great behavior, they will get to color in a letter tile of their choice. When every tile is colored in, the students will win that specific award. I just googled "Scrabble Font" and downloaded it for free. :)

Great idea

I died and went to teacher heaven. I MUST do this for my supply closet. Sonique....imagine filling those wonderful cabinets like this??????

May have to try this in my room!

Mrs. Lee's Kindergarten

Yes! Yes! Yes! There is no guessing in this classroom. The teacher has clearly laid out the expectations and the "what ifs" nicely!

all things katie marie: Classroom Organization

The Fabulous First Grade: Parent Teacher Conferences Made Easy :)

The Fabulous First Grade: Parent Teacher Conferences Made Easy :)

Teacher Humor

'Oh yeah, I'll totally be able to stay awake til 10 on Friday night!' ......said no teacher ever.

Minus lunch....and minus planning any day I have a parent conference during planning.

Totally Terrific in Texas: 100th Day of School FREEBIE

Totally Terrific in Texas

In this library...

Whole Brain Teaching "Cheat Sheet" Awesome! This is the practice I use in my class, but sometimes I forget to use some of these key concepts.

Whole Brain Teaching "Cheat Sheet"

Child's Hierarchy of Needs, based on Maslow's. Only when one need is met can we move on to the next.

Child's Hierarchy of Needs - PhD in Parenting - PhD in Parenting

Nouns and Verbs: color the feathers according to the color code! TONS of fun printables!

Leader In Me: 7 Habits Posters Happy Kids from Sweet and Neat Printables on - (12 pages) - These 7 Habits posters are perfect for schools working with Stephen Covey's The Leader In Me program!

Leader In Me: 7 Habits Posters Happy Kids |

Student Where Abouts « Diary Of A Second Grade Teacher

How to Teach Your Students How to CHECK THEIR WORK

I'm Done! Now What Jar for early finishers

I'm Done (Now What?) Early Finishers Jar

ALL children need to feel valued and know they're important, loved and listened to - no matter how busy you are or how trivial it seems (they didn't ask to be born, then become your inconvenience ) If you had a bad childhood or were treated poorly, break the cycle!

....and Spiritually Speaking: Listen to the Little Stuff

Beginning of each semester I write each lesson & test on a post-it. If you need more time or are absent, just move notes around. You can even use the same post-its from year to year. After a lesson I try to jot some notes about what worked and what needs work. This helps the next yea as ot serves as an informal journal.

reading closely

What Kind of Reader Are You?

Mrs. Rios Teaches: What Kind of Reader Are You?

Random Acts of Kindness Week: Students try to complete EVERY activity on their board. Kids do love a challenge :)

The Inspired Counselor: Random Acts of Kindness Week

"Sentence Surgery"--using tongue depressors and laminated band aids for correcting capitals and punctuation. Could easily make these magnetic and use them on magnetic dry erase boards instead of sentence strips. Store in a "sentence first aid kit".

Great poster for the classroom.

#Poster>> It's cool to be kind ~ #quote #taolife