Monthly Writing Activities for Kids

Daily 5 Work on Writing-Monthly Resources

Daily 5 Work on Writing- Monthly Resources. Daily 5 Work on Writing- Monthly Resources. Someone suggested to us that these would also be good ideas for handwriting practice!

Definitely want to do this to my classroom door! Maybe the back side so when it's closed during class students in the halls can see it.

Definitely want to do this to my classroom door! Students sign the classroom door! Maybe the back side so when it's closed during class students in the halls can see it.

5 Math Games Every Classroom Needs to Play

5 Math Games Every Classroom Needs to Play

5 Math Games Every Classroom Needs to Play - Awesome guest post and freebie by Leigh from the Applicious Teacher with 5 terrific (and easy) math games. Games make math more fun!

Tips to use with students who blurt.

Students Who Blurt

Getting a classroom economy started on the first day of school. What to do with your students.

Getting a classroom economy started on the first day of school. What to do with your students. Could maybe pair this with Class Dojo for PBIS?

Math Center Organization- This looks so much better than a bunch of baggies.

The Starr Spangled Planner: Math Center Organization I like the mini tubs for storage. More durable than zip locks but still individual or small group sized

I love this idea! One of my favorite tricks i've learned from a blog. Fluttering Through First Grade: Cool Blue Capitals

Cool Blue Capitals

Cool Blue Capital- have students use a blue pen for all capital letters. DAP creative way for students to remember what needs a capital letter.

Disappearing Pencil Woes?

Disappearing Pencil Woes

write student name on pencils. turn in pencil at end of day to be sharpened. if still have same pencil at end of week, get a reward.

how to make whisper phones.

I used to use a whisper phone! DIY Whisper Phones~ Children use these to hear themselves as they quietly read aloud. This post has great directions and with pictures that explain how to make them with inexpensive materials.

Spice up your assessments by using Plickers! It is a free website that uses “paper clickers” for student to submit their answers to you. This blog post gives you all the details on how to use Plickers in your classroom!

Cassie Dahl: Teaching and Technology

Spice up your assessments by using Plickers! It is a free website that uses “paper clickers” for student to submit their answers to you.

Pinterest
Search