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    How to get your students to stop talking with "Beat the Teacher!" - simple but motivating :-)

    Mrs. Laffin's Laughings: Stop Talking with Beat the Teacher

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    Creating class books...We make 1 per week and the kids LOVE reading them all year long, then we raffle them off on the last day of school. So fun!

    Fluttering Through First Grade: 5 for Fraturday

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    "Anchors Away Monday Linky: A Bucket Filling Classroom Anchor Chart"

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    have you filled a bucket today activities | ... help remind us what it means to be a bucket filler and a bucket dipper

    Blog Hoppin': August 2011

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    Behavior board. When students do something good, pull out a stick with a number on it (1-100). When 10 numbers in a row are colored in, students get a party!

    Stories from Room 114: Good times

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    I LOVE how she used her board so that each subject can stay up throughout the day. A genius professor of mine once said that elementary school should not feel like a segmented day, "Ok we're done with that now next is this.." It should flow from one to another. This board organization would really help the flow of the day...

    Clutter-Free Classroom: Designated Chart Spaces {INSPIRED}

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    Blurt chart. Students take down one smiley face anytime they blurt out. Students can either get 3 blurts per day or week depending on your class

    Terhune, Amanda - 1st / Classroom Management

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    I made a Box Tops container (using an empty Clorox Wipes tub) for my classroom...100% Pinterest inspired!

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    Teachers—Love this one: Have parents write their address on an envelope at Open House. Then, send a positive note home for each student

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    Show Us How You Use It: Student Logins Made Easy With Popsicle Sticks!

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    Funny Family Ecard: I'm considering today a major accomplishment since I didn't duct tape any kids to the wall.

    Break It, Make It, or Bake It

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    Hide 100 kisses in the classroom for the kids to find. On the bottom of each kiss, I write a number from 1 - 100. After the assigned number of kisses have been found by each kid, I'll call them up one at a time and let them add their numbered kisses to the hundred's chart.

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    Great motivational idea.

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    Tattling vs. Reporting Cut and Paste (with bonus!)

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    FUN Hallway Behavior Management Idea. Before you leave the classroom pick a chip with a students name but don't tell who it is. They are the mystery walker and you are watching that student the entire time. If they do a good job in the hall, they get a ticket or prize.

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    Friday Journals—kids write a note on Friday to their parents telling what they learned that week. The parents write a short response back to their child, and the child brings the notebook back Monday. Each parent response earns a sticker for the cover. Love it—a great way to practice letter writing, and to get parents involved. Helps the children ingrain what has been taught into their memory too.

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    Papers Galore? No problem! Organize it!

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    work boxes, have one for each student, when they finish their work they can go to their work box and pull out things to work on that the teacher has placed in there. (lets the teacher assign different things for the student/if they need extra practice in an area) - DIFFERENTIATION!

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    Every child

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    100th day

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    Nesting cans to teach your city is in state is in U.S. is in North America is in World, clever

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    Fall Circle map

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    Print your standards on mailing labels to peel and stick into your lesson planner. Good way to make sure you teach all standards!

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    behavior reflection

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