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50 Post It Lessons

This pin board was inspired by a Studio DIY blogger who printed a Happy Anniversary message with Post Its to surprise her husband on their fifth year anniversary. This collection shows 50 creative classroom uses for Post Its along with a my one-minute video, giving step-by-step directions on how to print with Post Its.
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Classroom Snapshot: Reading Edition

Classroom Snapshot: Reading Edition

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LEVELS OF THINKING BOARD: Require students to respond to text using this " Three Levels of Thinking" board. Post It embellishments decorate each level. Perfect for Readers' Notebooks, too! ( Level 1 - a seed just planted, Level 2 - starting to sprout, Level 3 - rooted and blooming)

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Information on Using Sticky Notes In the Classroom! (In-service materials are available for free in this blog post.)

HoJos Teaching Adventures: Using Sticky Notes In the Classroom

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Have students add original examples to this is a figurative language printable. (Post Its, Sticky Notes, English Language Arts, Reading,Compositional Risk, Writing, Asessment)

Panicked Teacher: Writing Tools: Lower Grades

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MEMOIR: Take 6 multi-colored Post Its and stick them on a piece of colored construction paper. Students draw pictures on top of each square and underneath they write a little bit about the special memory! (Great interactive bulletin board that visitors will want to read)

Teaching Fashionista: Special Memories

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Teaching in the Fast Lanefrom Teaching in the Fast Lane

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Teaching In The Fast Lane: Making Test Prep Fun 5-Stinky Feet

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Teaching Today: This is such a simple idea I found online, but it is helping me keep my paperwork organized! I’m constantly making lists of what to do, and this helps me collect my thoughts in one place. I may create another one for things to do at home because it is SO HELPFUL.

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DIY Post-It Messages and Love Notes

DIY Post-It Messages and Love Notes | Studio DIY®

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QUOTE OR LIFTED TEXT BOARD: Create book-related quote board - This could be a great culminating activity for a unit of study or novel. Have students take a pic of their board of stickies and/or put their stickies on a poster board, then present why they chose each quote.

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LEVELS OF THINKING BOARD: Require students to respond to text using this " Three Levels of Thinking" board. Post It embellishments decorate each level. Perfect for Readers' Notebooks, too! ( Level 1 - a seed just planted, Level 2 - starting to sprout, Level 3 - rooted and blooming)

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