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Erin McAloon
Erin McAloon
Erin McAloon

Erin McAloon

Great Idea for monitoring students without all of the noise and confusion. Students can let the teacher know how they are doing, if they are finished, and how well they think they mastered the task.

"We’re both education majors, so the happiest moment of our lives was surviving internship and knowing we would be prepared for our careers as teachers." - Erin McAloon, C’15 #humansofthemount

I could use this as an incentive for students to read 1 book!

Love this idea of using Vista Print business cards as classroom rewards/punch cards!!...omg I am so doing this!!

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Fun DIY Kool-Aid Play Dough

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Come Together Kids: BANG! ( A fun flashcard game ) Really great to learn sight words, numbers, letters, vocabulary words, math problems. Can use this in various amounts and ages :)

Acceptance. The key to happiness is letting each situation be what it is instead of what you think it should be.

Great for breaking in Tory Burch flats. It also works on any shoe that may be a little too tight.

Great to hang and remember!

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Why did i JUST find this?!? Hundreds of Smartboard Lessons and lesson plans organized by grade and subject. FREE!

Students don't ask me for pencils anymore. No one leaves the room until all pencils are back on the board. (Photo only, but would be easy to make!)

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Homemade Gak - the cheapest, quickest and easiest project for the kiddos, which has provided HOURS of entertainment!! Sweet!! #gak

Good idea: Front folders for unfinished work instead of inside desks where sometimes the work disappears into black holes. It also eliminates taping name plates!

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First day of school love this. We spend a lot of time telling our kids what we expect. I think that its a great idea to let them have a turn :)#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

This is a great way to share with your students what is expected from them on the first day of school. This will be nice to have in your door where students can see it and remember what is expected from them.6321

I remember doing this when I was a kid! First hang up a white sheet of paper on the wall. put a flashlight on a shelf, table or another kind of stand. then trace your child's profile onto the white sheet of paper. cute it put carefully and glue it to a piece of construction paper. Collect old magazines and newspapers and have your child cut out and glue things they love!