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    Sundae Style Effort Rubric ~ Great visual for students to self evaluate $

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    Hippo Hooray for Second Grade!: Pandora in the Classroom

    Pandora in the Classroom

    So very true--maybe, because we accepted them, taught them and showed we cared, they will become the students we would like to have for someone else. I know that is MY experience.

    Upcycled Education: Love. This. Quote.

    this is the coolest bulletin board!

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    3rd Grade's A Charm: Building Our Community and Our Stamina: Freebies for Your Class

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    Each student had a sheet of paper with everyone's name on it. They had to write a nice sentence about everyone in the class. Then each student had 20 nice things written about him or her. We put those in a frame. This activity was great because some of the students in my class don't hear about how great they are everyday at home. Now they have a frame that will stay together rather than just some paper stapled. :) (photo only)

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    * I think it is great to have a set of daily rules for your students to follow when you are there but establishing a set of rules, behavior expectations, and consequences for when you are NOT there is an amazing idea! Anchor Charts - Sub Rules

    Mrs. Terhune's First Grade Site!: Anchor Charts

    Cute form for note to the teacher;

    The 2 Teaching Divas: May 2013

    Love this one!!! Free web-based program to send updates to parents and students via text message. They subscribe online and you don't ever have to know their phone numbers and they never have to know yours. Great way to keep kids updated.

    5th Grade Rocks, 5th Grade Rules: Text Parents With No Trace of Your Number

    Have student wrinkle up the paper heart (not tearing it) and then try to flatten it out. Discuss how words or actions can harm a heart and take time to heal.... Good first week of school activity!

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    Exit Ticket - great idea! Use a dry erase board with the question. Have students line up and whisper answer to teacher on the way to lunch! No paper! I like it better as the students enter the room from after lunch - it would help to calm them down quickly and help avoid all the talking before getting to their chair.

    Fresh & Fun First Grade: Exit Ticket

    Love that quote! I WILL have this up in my room next year!

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    Slap! Call out a word and first person to slap it, adds it to their pile..... Vocabulary, countries, continents, cities/ states. I could see adapting this for definitions and they slap the word

    Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog: My Favorite Pins for the Weekend

    Easy and adorable No Name board. Clip papers that don't have names on them to the board and have students go check there instead of spending your time trying to figure out who they belong to!

    Mrs. Brown's Blog

    Random Acts of Kindness Week: Students try to complete EVERY activity on their board. Kids do love a challenge :)

    The Inspired Counselor: Random Acts of Kindness Week

    QR codes glued into student notes that link to video examples..awesome idea!

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    Friday dance?? This is hysterical. I'm totally doing this with my kiddies.

    Growing Kinders: Music Monday–Brain Breaks!

    7 Classroom Review Games that Won't Waste Time | Teach 4 the Heart

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    Brain Break...This is SO fun!!!!

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    67 Kid-Friendly Brain Break Songs and Musicians for the Classroom | Teacher Ideas | The Teacher's Lounge Blog

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    Group Evaluation Chart and Poster Set. Six adorable posters teach collaboration (team work) skills. #TpT #TeacherGems #Assessments

    Group Evaluation Chart & Poster Set

    Student Goal Setting in Elementary School - nice tips and a freebie from Jessica of What I Have Learned

    Student Goal Setting in Elementary School | What I Have Learned

    Anchor Chart Intervention! Secrets to Making Effective AND Well-Designed Anchor Charts (Guest Post on Minds-In-Bloom)

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    How to be a Good Friend - Freebie

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