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Once a Teacher Always a Teacher

Even though I'm staying home with the baby, my ❤ is still in teaching.


Once a Teacher Always a Teacher

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awesome idea - a class list with each students picture. Perfect for a sub binder. I wish every class did this. Perfect for volunteer also!!! Hint, hint all you teachers out there :)

Keepin' It Kool In KinderLand: sub binder

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An awesome and simple little teaching tool over at Teacher Tipster’s Facebook page!

Classroom Freebies: Gearin Up with Number Grids

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Concealing the Clutter - The Organized Classroom Blog

Concealing the Clutter

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... - a grouped images picture

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Oral, Visual, and Auditory calming and alerting ideas.

Cool Down Cubes - great for students who have difficulty with anger. Using a permanent marker, write a safe "cool down" strategy on each ice cube. For example: count to ten, walk away, talk to a friend, take three deep breaths, etc. I also left a few of the cubes blank so that the students could come up with their own strategies.

Crafty Counselor Chick: Cool Down Cubes

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37 Insanely Smart School Teacher Hacks

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NonFiction Book Club Jobs- Booklet folds hamburger-style and includes a cover page, rubric, and four non-fiction comprehension tasks to be shared in a book club setting!

Teachers Notebook

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These FREE jungle-themed daily organization drawer labels will be a great addition to your jungle classroom!

Kelly and Kim's Kindergarten Kreations: Summer Stock Up!

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How to make an experience book to build language and literacy skills

Make an Experience Book to Build Language

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Free download to make Spaceman sticks to remind students to use spaces between words!

Hopes and dreams writing display after reading "Oh the Places You Will Go"

Tactile spelling. Great for word work center and would be easy to change out with weekly spelling words.

The Complete Guide to Imperfect Homemaking: Clothes Pin Words

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This book really starts to venture into discussing the topic of differences between students. I think that a book is a very good idea to introduce the idea that everyone is different to children. I think it is important to teach this topic because children can pick at the differences between themselves and other children. Mandy Baxter

Juice Boxes and Crayolas: Picture Book Review & Giveaway!

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Teach From The Heart: What Stuck With You Today? - Exit Tickets. Use sticky notes to keep exit tickets organized

Teach From The Heart: What Stuck With You Today? - Exit Tickets

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PBIS- I need to do these posters for whole group, seat time, small group, and line.

Kinderpond: PBIS

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Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Ready or Not...Meet the Teacher!

Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Ready or Not...Meet the Teacher!

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Poster display for classroom expectations/community building $

Add 1 clear sleeve for each month to teacher binder & insert birthday certificates & such...a great & simple idea!

I just died a little and went to teacher heaven. The website it links to is AH-MAH-ZING!

Beyond the grades...: Teacher Binder

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Back to school bulletin board that would be great near a school entrance.

SUCH an amazing resource - over 90 pages of printables including routine charts, 1st day of school picture printables, school info., menu planning, toy organization labels and tons more!

use a tension rod, command hooks, and binder rings to hang your anchor charts

Life in First Grade: New Series: Favorite Pins

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"Readbox" (Free Book Rental) :)

Mystery Walker. This one has saved me so many headaches! Once we are all lined up and ready to leave the classroom, I choose a name from the bucket and put it in my pocket. This is our "mystery walker'. I keep my eyes on this child while we are walking in the hall. If this child has been on his/her best behavior, he/she gets to pick a prize from my treasure box when we get back to class.