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Back to School Pencil Banner for Teacher Classroom Decor

Back to School DIY Pencil Banner Classroom Decor

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wrap with a book for a cute gift idea? or give with a reading log to students to encourage summer reading!

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Community Post: 27 Awesome Straight-Talk Quotes About Teaching

ANTHONY and JAVIER!!! On the Tough Realities: | 27 Awesome Straight-Talk Quotes About Teaching

27 Awesome Straight-Talk Quotes About Teaching

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No Way ... Here's the man in the middle of US map. This is a good tool to help students remember where these midwestern states are located.

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Love this idea - Custom stamps on Vistaprint!

2 Crazy Texas Teachers: Stamp CrAzY!

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An Ethical Islandfrom An Ethical Island

Events in Instruction- Event #3

Prior knowledge

Events in Instruction- Event #3

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FES blog - Growth Mindset anchor chart in my classroom (inspired by Developing Growth Mindsets in the Inspiring Classroom).

Fieldcrest Elementary School: Growth Mindset - Talk It

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How to tell a story

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Imagine an Education Nation: Six Leading Edges

Explore six schools that are on the leading edge of innovation. My favorite example: a teacher challenges his students by asking them, "Tell me something I can't Google."

Imagine an Education Nation: Six Leading Edges

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Teaching Maya Angelou With New York Times

Poet, educator, author, Civil Rights activist Maya Angelou "Be a rainbow in someone else's cloud." RIP. http://www.nytimes.com/2014/05/29/arts/maya-angelou-lyrical-witness-of-the-jim-crow-south-dies-at-86.html?_r=1

Teaching Maya Angelou With New York Times

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Smart Treaching: Understanding what a brain can't ignore - Sticky Teaching Infographic

Sticky Teaching | What Sticks in the Brain

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Why Tough Teachers Get Good Results

Tough teachers get results 'Strings Attached' Co-Author Offers Solutions for Education - WSJ

'Strings Attached' Co-Author Offers Solutions for Education - WSJ

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Minds in Bloom: The Creative Classroom - Desk Arrangment

Minds in Bloom: The Creative Classroom - Desk Arrangment

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Hojo's Teaching Adventuresfrom Hojo's Teaching Adventures

End of Year Turtle Compliments

End of Year Turtle Compliments - Have students each tape a "shell" on their back. Then they walk around and write down a compliment to each of their classmates. This is a silent activity because turtles don't talk. Finally, they can take them off and read them.

HoJos Teaching Adventures: End of Year Turtle Compliments

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The 101 Positive Principles of Discipline. So many good principles for both teachers and parents! Definitely printing this and keeping it close on hand!

The Heart of Positive Discipline

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My Frugal Adventuresfrom My Frugal Adventures

How to Make Homemade Bouncy Balls for Kids (That really bounce!)

How to Make Homemade Bouncy Balls- that really bounce!

How to Make Homemade Bouncy Balls for Kids (That really bounce!)

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#Library Due Date Card #Tshirt

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Tales from Outside the Classroomfrom Tales from Outside the Classroom

Testing Treats

Use a donut and a witty saying to pump kids up for state testing.

Tales from Outside the Classroom: Testing Treats

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Teaching Matter with Root Beer Floats! (Learning Lab Resources)

This is a really yummy way to teach Matter, teaching matter with root beer floats! Love it....Common Core & So Much More!

Teaching Matter with Root Beer Floats! - Bloglovin

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Frame with glass... dry erase each time you switch the student and compliment.

The Fashionista Teacher: Classroom Tour (Part 2)

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My 6th grade students are required to read 1000 pages every quarter. At the end of the year, I take a picture of them with their total pages read for the whole year and then give them each a copy on the last day.

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Bad Writing Examples Means Good Writing Rules - My 6th Grade World

My 8th Grade World

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Minds in Bloomfrom Minds in Bloom

8 Reasons to Use Partners in Your Class Today

8 Reasons to Use Partners in Your Class Today! Tons of ideas for getting the most out of partner work and a freebie too. I LOVE this post!

8 Reasons to Use Partners in Your Class Today! | Minds in Bloom

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Great organizer when you want students to come up with questions or ponderings about a story or particular subject--could use for group discussion too!

Pixar Week: La Luna

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25 DIY Educational Activities for Kids

Sigh Word Hopscotch + 25 DIY Educational Activities for Kids

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