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    Classroom Management/Incentives

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    The Sharpener that all the teachers are talking about. It was even made by a teacher...The blog also has a description of her pencil management in her classroom, very clever! I SERIOUSLY need this!!!!

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    Laura Candler's Classroom Management Teaching Resources

    Classroom Management Teaching Resources

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    Homework club - everyone starts off in the homework club. They can continue to stay if they turn their homework in on time. End of the month all students still remaining get lunch with teacher!

    Lessons with Laughter

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    Your Substitute Teacher Folder Checklist. Every September, I create a substitute plans folder for anyone covering my classes. It is filled with information about my students. For the most part, when I know ahead of time that I am going to be absent, I am able to produce my lesson plan for that day. In the event of an emergency however, I have a folder containing emergency plans.

    Your Substitute Teacher Folder Checklist | Scholastic.com

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    Missing Work: they take their post-it off and attach it to their late work.

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    Laura Candler's Classroom Management Teaching Resources

    Classroom Management Teaching Resources

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    Corkboard Connections: Discover the Magic of Fun Friday!

    Corkboard Connections: Discover the Magic of Fun Friday!

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    No more classroom jobs.. just have 1 handy helper who does everything. Rotate the hand every day… white label the names on and use year after year!

    Simply Kinder: Quick Management Tips & a Freebie!

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    Top 10 Books in My Substitute Teaching Bag by Kristen Papa - Nerdy Book Club

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    10 free Brain Gym exercises

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    They Might Be Giants - Clap Your Hands (Official video) Brain Break! :-)

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    Brain Break! Happy Feet - Boogie Wonderland 3 minutes

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    These task cards by The Teacher Next Door are great to use when your kids need a brain break. There are 100 cards with lots of easy and fun ideas to help your kids get re-focused after periods of sitting. There are lots of games, exercises and creative movements included.$

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    The Backyardigans - I Gotta Feeling brain break

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    The Sid Shuffle - Ice Age 4: Continental Drift Brain break

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    I'm a believer shriek brain break

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    Brain Breaks by The Teacher Next Door is a set of 100 task cards filled with active games, exercises, and creative movement to help your kids regain focus after periods of sitting. These activities are not only fun but beneficial for learning. Studies have shown that brain breaks activate the mind and help to relieve stress. Plus, kids think they're so much fun! $

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    Disappearing pencil problems...maybe do this with mechanical pencils which eliminate sharpening them.

    Disappearing Pencil Woes?

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    The lion sleeps tonight brain break...great for showing kids some dance moves...

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    5 Things You Should Say to Your Class Every Day

    5 Things You Should Say to Your Class Every Day

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    SHINE Classroom Management Poster...Free!

    SHINE Classroom Management Poster

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    everybody dance now - 1 minute dance break

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    kindergarten listening skills

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    More Fun, Mom!: How to Read to Kids Who Can't Sit Still

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    Tips to use with students who blurt.

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