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Snowman made with Styrofoam cups...cute

classroom doors during the holidays :) my-future-classroom

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LOVE THIS!!! Try to remember to make this for Christmas decoration.

Christmas classroom door | Smart-Fab Holiday Door Decorations

FREE 12 pages of Fall-related b/w “finish the picture” pages – draw extra interesting items and color the picture. Have a discussion about it. Write or dictate a sentence about it. Draw your favorite part about Fall on the last page. 15 pgs.

Perfect for those days when you have 7 minutes left at the end of the period - quick, easy, fun, can be used for all levels, and easy to do in the target language. Would be great with a Smart Board, but will work without one too.

Noodle Horse!! Because my kid rides these things around pretending they're horses anyway. What a great favor for a pony party, or a Cowboy party - or turn into sea horse for an ocean/pool party

jungle theme classroom | Safari themed Job Board ---- could do this and have a pocket for every teacher and have them submit a name for certain characteristic (spotted...a very responsible student) maybe instead of pocket have a paper up there to put a picture of student.

Your students will love practicing their multiplication and division facts while playing Tic Tac Toe. This pack includes 16 pages with 6 game boards each. Each page revolves around 1 or 2 skills, and the boards become more challenging as the students progress.

WELCOME DOOR DISPLAY | learningenglish-esl

Sample icebreaker activity from my Back-to-School pack. LINK to item: www.teacherspayte... (127 pages, $)

Dr.Seuss Bulletin Board! Thinking outside the norm for bulletin it!

Free Writing Printables in Laura Candler's online file cabinet

"The game is simple. You take turns drawing cards out of a container. If you can read the sight word you keep the card. If not, the card goes back in. Whoever collects the most cards wins the game. Beware of the BANG cards though. If you draw one, you have to put back all of the cards you have collected."

Use paint sticks and velcro to make an activity of putting things in order; could also use for an individual schedule for kids with autism-- very portable!

flip charts that say: I need help, I'm working hard, and I'm finished This could be part of a great classroom management strategy!