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10 Classroom Procedures that Will Save Your Sanity

10 Classroom Procedures that Will Save Your Sanity - Teach 4 the Heart

Teach 4 the Heart

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35 Cheap And Ingenious Ways To Have The Best Classroom Ever

Use carabiners to hang up backpacks because they always slip off hooks. Handy classroom hack!

35 Cheap And Ingenious Ways To Have The Best Classroom Ever

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Great vocabulary activity!

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Freebie!

Parent Reminders Updated {Making Your Life Easy}

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How to motivate your students to perform better and believe in themselves!

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What a good idea!

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The Cornerstonefrom The Cornerstone

8 ways teachers can talk less and get kids talking more

the person doing the talking is the person doing the learning

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Substitute Plans

Finally I can take a day off without stress! Emergency Substitute Sub plans

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Sensory Hacks to Focus a Fidgety Child

Sensory Hacks for Fidgety Child

Sensory Hacks to Focus a Fidgety Child - Lemon Lime Adventures

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The Inspired Counselor: Tattle Tongue Mask Lesson

The Inspired Counselor: Tattle Tongue Mask Lesson

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10 easy and fun dismissal tips and trick to help any classroom get out the door with ease!

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Bravo Board- week winner is the "Bravo Table" that gets a reward. maybe use the week before christmas, spring break,/ weeks coming back after.

Totally Terrific in Texas

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27 Ways to Greet Students

Student Success Infographics | An Ethical Island

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Information, Advice, and Resources To Help Left-Handed Children

Left Handed Children - help for children, parents and teachers

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See you later, Alligator!

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Glue bottle Poem

Mrs. Samuelson's Swamp Frogs

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Inexpensive, colorful duct tape to flag pencils and help prevent them from disappearing!

The Disappearing Pencil Trick | Kristen Dembroski, Ph.D.

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Exit ticket board, kids just use sticky notes...sample questions...one thing that stuck with you...retell a portion of our story...what would still like to know about....endless opportunities!

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Before students go home students can have an opportunity to draw a stick and share their answer with the class. This will give them an idea of what to tell their parents when they ask, "What did you learn at school today." Includes black and white and color.

FREE End of the Day Topic Sticks!

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My Life as a Wifefrom My Life as a Wife

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Marzano: "This is probably one of my favorite things for my classroom so far. It’s a little self-assessment flip chart. I have made one for each student and it will sit on the corner of their desk. It is small enough that it won’t be embarrassing for the student but it’s big enough that I can see at a glance who is having trouble with the topic and who is doing fine. I might not use it for every lesson, but I do think that if I get the kids into the habit of using the flip chart..."

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Must read. Seriously. Classroom management ideas galore.

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One of the teachers I work with suggested this idea at our first faculty meeting this year and I thought it was so smart! When kids are pulled for speech, OT, reading groups, etc., they put the cup on their desk to say they are out of the room. It makes it easy to glance around the room and see who has been pulled.

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How do you get your kiddos to remember to write their name? Well, I just recently saw this amazing little trick while blog hopping. I really wish I could remember who posted it. Are you ready for the trick? Get about 4 different colored highlighters and place them near your turn in tray. Before they turn their work in they have to highlight their name. If there is no name to highlight then they remember to write their name. This works guys!

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how to make classroom flashcards more effective

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FREE monster behavior coupons for our precious little monsters!

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