50 Post It Lessons

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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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DIY Tumblr Inspired School Supplies for Teens | Handmade Terri

Pimp out your stationery tumblr style with these awesome DIY ideas. From hairband water bottles to Starbucks USB sticks – you will probably want to make all of these projects for the next school year! We’ve also added in loads of inexpensive schools supplies you can buy online, such as: school backpacks, makeup bags, pencil …

Alyssa Newman creates charts that encourages students to make their thinking visible during Reader's Workshop. Reading Resources, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Reading Logs, Close Reading, Learning, Readers Workshop, Writer Workshop, Visible Thinking

Classroom Snapshot: Reading Edition

This week we have a treat here at Chart Chums: our very own guest blogger! This week we will hear from Alyssa Newman, a remarkable second grade teacher at PS 277 in the South Bronx. Alyssa is a ch…

Cooperative Learning Choice Board love this! for students always finish activities quickly, to the choice board you go! Classroom Organisation, School Organization, School Classroom, Classroom Activities, Classroom Management, Classroom Ideas, Anchor Activities, Behavior Management, Pe Activities

Choice Board - Teaching With Simplicity

We all have those students that raise their hand and say, “I’m done, now what do I do?” We also have those who finish with their work and decide its time to play and distract others. Does this sound familiar? I want my students to be engaged with something meaningful at all times. I believe […]

Workshop Wednesday: Response to Literature {FREEBIES!} Teaching students to record their thinking as they read on post it notes. Three levels of notes, and learning to "write long" in their journals from the post it notes. Reading Resources, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Comprehension, Guided Reading, Teaching Ideas, Thinking Strategies, Reading Logs

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)

Flagging strategies for reading comprehension. They put the flags directly into … Flagging strategies for reading comprehension. They put the flags directly into the book while reading. Related posts:Modern Farmhouse Sign Ideas with Sweet. High School Hacks, Life Hacks For School, School Study Tips, Middle School Hacks, Middle School Ela, Middle School English, School Ideas, Back To School, Reading Skills

Flagging strategies for reading comprehension. They put the flags directly into the book while reading.

I love this idea! Having the answer on the board and having student come up with a question forces them to think backwards and uses higher level thinking skills. Type of formative assessment! Learning Tips, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Ideas, Learning Techniques, Student Teaching, Teaching Art, Teacher Tools, Teacher Resources, Classroom Organization

Relief Teaching Ideas

This is an activity that is usually used in maths but I think it also works really well as a revision tool! Simply write an answer on the board, students then write questions to match the answer on…

Information on Using Sticky Notes In the Classroom! I am obsessed with sticky notes in the classroom. Future Classroom, School Classroom, Classroom Activities, Writing Activities, Classroom Ideas, Teacher Tools, Teacher Resources, Classroom Organization, Classroom Management

Creating a Graffiti Wall in the Classroom - HoJo's Teaching

Create a graffiti wall in the classroom to get students engaged. Learn more:

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 wi Memoir Writing, Narrative Writing, Writing Lessons, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Classroom Activities, Teaching Tools, Teaching Ideas, Writing Ideas

Special Memories

I found a fantastic idea for The Keeping Quilt, that tied perfectly into our memoir writing unit. After reading this touching story, we t...

Teaching In The Fast Lane: Making Test Prep Fun Feet Game.each sticky note has a point value. The stinky part is some are positive and some are negative. Ask teams questions, if they answer correctly, they can pick a sticky note. Too Cool For School, School Fun, School Ideas, Fun School Games, School Stuff, School Tips, Middle School, School Classroom, Classroom Activities

Stinky Feet - The BEST Review Game You've Never Heard Of!

Stinky Feet is a test prep game with a funny name, but it provides a serious review that will leave your students begging for more. Check out this game's simple set up that can be used with any content for any subject area over and over again.

Grammar activity after reading "How The Grinch Stole Christmas".--**read a book together and together discuss which words are nouns/pronouns/verbs/action verbs/adjectives. Grammar Activities, Teaching Grammar, Teaching Language Arts, Classroom Language, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Classroom Activities, Christmas Activities, Classroom Ideas

Grammar activity after reading "How The Grinch Stole Christmas". No link , but I think this would be a great activity for any book.