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5 End Of Year Student Gift Ideas: small pack of bubbles with a cute tag. Have a bubble blowing contest on the last day of school too :)

Your Teacher's Aide: 5 End Of Year Student Gift Ideas

first day of school chalk photo - cute to do with your class and give as Christmas gifts or end of the year

Blue Cricket Design | DIY inspiration for your home and family!

Great idea for end of school treats for students. Copy, cut, and fill.

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This clever little open-faced bookshelf is made from a wooden pallet. It would be a nice, rustic addition to a child's reading nook or classroom library.

A palet book shelf Door ETB

Punch holes in the papers of students who are off-task during group work. Gives you a reminder when assigning participation grades later without having to stop and make a note of the issue.

Hole Punch | The Comprehensible Classroom

"Home is Where Mom Is" Popsicle Stick Mother's Day Kid's Craft #Mothers day Card idea |

"Thanks for Raisin' Me" Mother's Day Card for kids to make! #Cheesy gift idea |

"Thanks for Raisin' Me" Mother's Day Card - Sassy Dealz

Tutorial for making your own stretchy resistance bands for proprioceptive sensory input for fidgety kids and for kids with sensory processing disorder and/or autism. Includes suggestions on how to use them from And Next Comes L

Homemade Stretchy Resistance Bands

TONS OF GREAT VIDEOS FOR SCHOOL: Vowels have two sounds each, but they don't sound the same! One is short and the other is long and says its name! www.scratchgarden... Our first albu...

This is awesome. I'd get the kids to help decorate it too!

Leuk speelgoed hoeft niet duur te zijn. Door DeKnip

Ready, Aim, FIRE! Sight Word Game...can use paper plates too :)

The First Grade Parade: Ready, Aim, FIRE!

First, collect data!! My kids had 39 blurt outs in one hour! Wow! Then, come up with a reasonable goal and reward. Let the students give ideas for rewards. It will also help if you have a behavior replacement. I used Velcro on the back on the numbers. Whenever a student blurts, I will take the number off starting at 8. If they stay within the 1-8 number range, then they will receive a link on a paper chain. Once the chain touches the floor we're going to have a big shindig! Depending on your ...

10 Ways to Support Students with Hyperactivity and Attention Needs in the Classroom! ,,,using most of these

22 different posters and a tracking sheet to help students reach personal goals. Students will choose a weekly goal and track their progress throughout the week. $2.00

Weekly Student Goal Setting

Great Valentine's Day idea! Put hearts on wall outside class and take photo of each kiddo. Use photo on card for parent/guardian. I will write on card... Sending lots of love your way on Valentines Day.

honey and fizz: What I'm loving today.....

Have kids write the reason on a white board and take a picture with them holding it, frame it for Mother's Day gift. So cute!

colouring rubric

First Grade Timeline - neat visual reminder of the year

Mrs. T's First Grade Class: First Grade Timeline

FREE Scrappy Christmas Tree coloring page.

The Teaching Tribune: A Crooked Little Christmas Tree

Read and relax day- incentive at end of semester and on dr Seuss day. Bring pillow, blanket and all the books you can!! Wear pjs too:) here are writing ideas to do as well....Make it a fun language arts activity day. Kids love it!

Teacher Mama: Writing Activities for Pajama Day at School

Pajama Day: Take pictures of students pretending to sleep. Make a class book.

Dr Seuss Mini Unit

Cubby Makeover by Simply Kinder! Love all the extra tips on this post.

Simply Kinder: Cubby Makeover by Simply Kinder!

Timer Trick! Put your timers on stretchy bracelets to keep your students from wandering on washroom trips (maybe), extra-long library visits or manage computer sharing time! Kiddos love it!!

Tina's Teaching Tip- Timer Time - Tina's Teaching Treasures

Goal Setting in the Classroom- love this. Students set smart goals, ones the can measure. I even set a goal and reflect on it too. Kids can check in on me and see how I'm achieving my goals as well.

Fourth Grade Literacy Lovers: Goal Setting in the Classroom

Lots of great ideas for games, chants, songs...

OKEEDOOKEE OKLAHOMA - Dr. Jean & Friends Blog