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I love having students think differently for “All About Me” activities, especially the older kids. This is perfect for middle school. Find a song, embed it on their website, find the lyrics, make a wordcloud, use it with an activity in Language Arts

Review game: If student gets it wrong, they need to choose an item from the bag to wear, if they get it correct: teacher wears the item!

The Ordinary Adventures of a Primary Chorister: Review Games

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Success Kid

Success Kid Meme - Imgflip

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Give each student a sheet of paper with every classmate's name on it. They have to write a nice sentence about everyone in the class. Then each student will end up with 20+ nice things written about him or her. This activity is great because some students don't hear about how great they are at home. Keep them in a frame to preserve them. Image only.

a child educated BECAUSE YOU NEED TO WORK WITH THEM AT HOME TO. RESPONSIBLY IS NOT ONLY ON THE TEACHERS BUT ALSO ON PARENTS TO REINFORCE

Children must be taught how to think ~ early childhood education quotes - Inspirational Quotes about Life, Love, happiness, Kindness, positive attitude, positive thoughts, inspirational pictures quotes about life, happiness Very Best Quotes . com

Root Words

Robert Marzano, an educational leader, conducted a meta-analysis of instructional strategies to determine which were the most effective.

Unleashing the Internal Editor: A Self-Editing Checklist | Author, Jody Hedlund | #writing

Winter bulletin board

10 Ways to Motivate Your Students to Learn | Teach 4 the Heart

10 Ways to Motivate Your Students to Learn | Teach 4 the Heart

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8 ways teachers can talk less and get kids talking more | The Cornerstone

Outstanding tips on classroom management for middle and high school students!!!

Special education accommodations for math, reading, writing, organization, homework, and tests.

Special Education Accommodations

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IEP at a Glance - Do We Get a Grade for This?

IEP at a Glance - Do We Get a Grade for This?

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Biography Bottles. Use a water bottle or a two liter soda bottle. Great idea for historical figures or book characters.

Pink Slip - For students who don't have homework.- I love the options for why homework was not done, this would be good to combine with the no homework binder. Have a list of options and kids write a number for the reason they don't have their homework.

Whether you're a new teacher, new to middle school, or just pressing the reset button for the year, I hope you find some new and different things to think about because, well, I'm somewhat opinionated! :) By: Erin Cobb

Tree of Life writing project. Have students draw a ring for each year of their life and then write and illustrate events from that year inside each ring.

E is for Explore!: Tree of Life Timeline

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TRANSITIONS: Students use Transition Tickets to: 1) summarize chapters, 2) preview units, 3) review lectures, 4) evaluate information, & 5) assess comprehension. 30 tickets (containing four stems and directions for using them) are included in this product. (priced item) VIEW VIDEO DEMO: www.youtube.com/...

Transition Tickets

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Middle School Common Core resources-Reading passages are Common Core questions are included with each document. Daily Common Literature practice that can be completed in just five minutes a day, Common Core exit slips, close reading literature and informational text passages, and more.$

Fair isn't always equal- great visual for kids!

The BEST PENCIL SHARPENER EVER!?! - could this really solve my pencil sharpening woes?

Firehouse Red | Classroom Friendly Supplies

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Great site!

20 Three-Minute Brain Breaks | Minds in Bloom

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Inexpensive, colorful duct tape to flag pencils and help prevent them from disappearing!

The Disappearing Pencil Trick | Kristen Dembroski, Ph.D.

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