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Classroom Ideas

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

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

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Classroom Teacher Observations. Let's face it, we're all going to be observed. So let's make sure we know what they're looking for!!

11 Things Coaches Should Look For in Classroom Observations

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Responsive Classroom Morning Meeting Ideas! Love that the planning includes reflection! Why dont I already do that?!

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

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Light Bulbs and Laughter - Eleven Rules for Engaging Students' Brains. FREE download!

Light Bulbs and Laughter

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A simple idea for starting off your year on the right foot!

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Monitor Classroom Noise Level with Virtual Bouncy Things

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Frame a class list and use a marker to cross or check off names -- I have wasted SO many pieces of paper on class lists!

Stuff I Actually Made from Pinterest: Classroom Edition #3

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Early Finisher drawers for each student. Differentiated work to target areas needing reinforcement.

dandelions and dragonflies: Open House and QR Codes

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Strategies for calming your class after an exciting break like an assembly, lunch, or recess

10 ways to calm a class after lunch or recess

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Teach123 - tips for teaching elementary school: Behavior Management: Documenting tips

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A great way to match up partners; put them in a box and have each child randomly pull out a stick.

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Fractions Bookmarks... good idea! I'll try to get more 'bang for the buck' by including the decimal and/or money equivalent.

Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons

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Fun activity if students finish early with assignments...what a great way to foster creativity!

7 new unintentionally inappropriate test answers from young children.

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Brain Exercises~ Great description of simple movements to help students stay calm, handle rejection, boost self-esteem, read more quickly, and lots more. Scroll to bottom to see the issue and related movements. Interesting!

Brain gym - simple exercises for a better mind and body

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A formative assessment strategy 3-2-1

A Formative Assessment Option

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Keep cards, game, and puzzle pieces in baby wipe containers. | 35 Money-Saving DIYs For Teachers On A Budget

35 Money-Saving DIYs For Teachers On A Budget

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Acrostic Poems Using Students' Names: What a simple and sweet gift for them.

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Mindset and Grit= Success. This site has lots of research and practical teaching ideas for ways to help students set and obtain goals. I love this idea and must incorporate it in next year's class.

Mindset and Grit

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Growth Mindset: What Can I Say to Myself?

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Boggle. The third grade classes loved it...and so did my fifth grade small group.

Create●Teach●Share: Boggle Board w/ Printable!!!

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7 ways to increase student engagement

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Teachers : I have a treat for you today! One hot topic in the education world today is executive functioning. Anne-Marie Morey reached out to me to write a post about how to help students that are distracte...

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Simple Classroom Management System... If the students have more at the end of the day, they earn 5 free minutes--which can be used after 15 minutes have been earned or saved until Friday afternoon!

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Following Directions test hahaha I used to love/hate these!! I'd always fall for it. Another idea is to make it extra credit in the directions if a quiz or test. (Put your initials next to number 8 for 1 extra credit point) Teaches them to ALWAYS read directions

The Bubbly Blonde: Guest Blogger {FREEBIE & GIVEAWAY!!!}

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