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DIY Folding White Board - Kids Activities Blog

Fourth grade homework routine. Lots of pictures and a freebie are included in this post!

Fourth and Ten: My Fourth Grade Homework Routine

Daily Five/Workstations for bigger kids! Lots of ideas from a fourth grade classroom! :)

Various Ways to Use Task Cards

Mrs. Crofts' Classroom: Math Centers and Task Binders

Task Binders, Not Task Cards (Mrs. Crofts' Classroom)

5 Tips for Managing IEPs #weareteachers.... Not my favorite part about being a school SLP...maybe this will help

We Are Teachers

This would be good for a classroom door!

tales from the crib: 365 - 4/15/11

Free printable math talk poster... great for students (and teachers!) to look at for help with speaking math!

Math Talk 101 |

Students were placed into four mixed-ability groups and each group was given the same colour marker. Each group was given a poster with a fraction on it. They then had three minutes to write everything they knew about that fraction on the poster. This activity is also sometimes called a GRAFFITI ACTIVITY (or CHALK TALK). When the 3 minutes finished, the postersmoved to the next group, until each group had a chance to write on each poster. We then shared our posters at the end of the lesson.

Miss A's Class Ideas: Progressive Brainstorm - Fractions

My Back to School Classroom door! Has welcome in different languages. the-teacher-next-...

Cut a file folder into strips. The shorter the attention span, the smaller you will cut the strips. Students open 1 flap at a time and always begin at the top and work their way down. Students complete the work that they can see when a flap is open.

27 ways to greet your students: They might pretend not to like being greeted when they walk into your room (and not all of these will work for high school), but it's important to individually acknowledge your students each day.

Free ideas ~ Teaching students to check their work.

7-Ways-to-Increase-Student-Engagement-Infographic. I really like most of these, except that students need more than 7 seconds of "wait time", and teachers need to vary the exit activity and not just use 3-2-1- every day.

Wow! notebook -- a morale booster! When a staff member receives the notebook, they read the wonderful message that someone wrote for them. They, in turn, write a note to another staff member to encourage, give a boost, or to just say how much they are appreciated. At the bottom of the page they write, "Don't forget to pass it on....." Could do this with sturents too!

Hanselor the Counselor: WOW!

Providing students with silent signals helps them assess their own thinking and understanding and it helps you assess several students at once so you have a better understanding of when to keep going and when to stop and provide your students with help and support!

Literary Sherri: Silent Signals: Cups

Need to check this out...

Wish I knew about this before…

"Punch cards are great ways to motivate students to reach goals. Students will most likely engage in a little friendly competition, comparing their progress with friends and classmates to see who can rack up the most punches in the least amount of time.” - Amy, Education Product Development Specialist for Oriental Trading Company

Good Behavior Punch Cards

15 Things Every Teacher should Be Able to Do with Their iPad ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Ideas for the one iPad classroom.

Awesome Poster Featuring 11 Ways to Use Technology in Classroom ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Interactive Student Projects-This teacher had students incorporate interactive elements and create their own QR codes for their research projects!

Great idea for small device storage - drill a hole in the back of each drawer to run the cord for charging. Would also be good storage for laptops and other electronics at home!

Cafe 1123: great writing notebook ideas for kids/reluctant readers

Beginning of the year- COOPERATION!