Neil Charnaud
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pencil fidgets- wonder where I can get these?

Pencil Finger Fidgets - They allow the student to have something to chew on or move around in their hands. Students that require such fidgets have a need for sensory stimulation, and fidgets provide that within the classroom setting.

Hide questions under their seat and announce 'hot seat' sometime during the day. Whoever has a question under their seat has to answer it. Perfect way to review/have fun! This is an idea from kindergarten that could be used in ANY grade!!

Interesting idea: Hide Common Core questions under their seat and announce 'hot seat' sometime during the day. Whoever has a question under their seat has to answer it. I think this could be made a little more engaging.

Table Texting

"Table Texting" is a fun, interactive strategy you can use with any piece of text or topic.

Table Texting

"Table Texting" is a strategy to use with any piece of text or topic. Pose a higher-level question that encourages thinking among students. Students respond to the question in writing. The teacher col

Help your students understand how protons are the positively charged particles and electrons are the negativley charged particles by charging their own iPod with an onion.

Help your students understand how protons are the positively charged particles and electrons are the negativley charged particles by charging their own iPod with an onion. Um you can charge your iPod with an onion?

Combining a love of astronomy with electrical engineering, you and your kids can build the night sky out of simple circuits! Amazing, beautiful, and incredibly simple.

The Starry Night paper circuit is a beautiful introduction to DIY electronics and the night sky.

Learn how to make both a basic homopolar motor and a tiny dancing motor! Great science fair project for older kids!

Learn how to make both a basic homopolar motor and a tiny dancing motor! Great science fair project for older kids! DO NOT SWALLOW!