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pretty cool!  they record directions for students to listen to as a reminder at stations!

Talk Point- Simple buttons record and replay up to 10 seconds of clear sound. Use for activity instructions, reminder messages, word or sound practice, math fact exercises, speech therapy and more.

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"Great for student desk clusters. {image only} Storage bins for student supplies in each area instead of locating them in one congested area. great for classroom flow during activities!" -- If only I had the room for this!

Parent Reminder Notes FREEBIE!

60 Parent Reminder Notes to send home with students about important upcoming events / dates. Perfect for back to school.

Principal requiring you and your students to TRACK DATA??!! See how this teacher created and implemented data binders for her students to track their OWN learning!!

teacher created and implemented her own data tracking binders! Students track their OWN learning of the new Common Core with graphs, Common Core standards broken down into kid language "I can statements", Marzano type rubrics and posters, and more!

Tips to help students follow directions so you don't have to repeat yourself a million times!

How to get students to follow directions the first time

Fantastic tips to help students g directions so you don't have to repeat yourself a million times. The magic word idea is a great technique to try.

Divide the inside of a file folder into boxes that are slightly larger than small sticky notes. Write students' names in the boxes in alphabetical order, one name per box. Whenever you want to make a note about a student's progress, jot the information on a sticky note and then place it in the appropriate box. Periodically move the sticky notes to students' assessment folders. You'll have valuable information at your fingertips when it's time to prepare report cards.

Divide the inside of a file folder into boxes that are slightly larger than small sticky notes. Write students' names in the boxes in alphabetical order, one name per box, jot the information on a sticky note and then place it in the appropriate box.

Do your students' parents need a reminder before an IEP meeting? This is a fully editable document (created in Powerpoint, prints two to a page) you can use to increase parent attendance at IEP meetings.

Do your students' parents or classroom teachers need a reminder before an IEP meeting? This is a fully editable document (created in Powerpoint, prints two to a page) you can use to increase parent attendance at IEP meetings.

cell phone partners-each child gets10 names to put on a speed dial number. When you need a partner, teacher calls out a number and they check the speed dial to see who their partner is this time.

cell phone partners-each child selects 10 names to put on a speed dial number. When you need a partner, teacher calls out a number and they check the speed dial to see who their partner is this time. cute idea--cute way to pick partners

A social story for students who require a little extra reminder that they need to try and have safe hands and safe feet all of the time to make sure they and their friends are happy.

Safe hands and safe feet Social Story

A social story for students who require a little extra reminder that they need to try and have safe hands and safe feet all of the time to make sure they and their friends are happy.

What do you do when real-life gets in the way of teaching your classes?  Easy...you just send this file of emergency sub plans off to your school and your sub will have everything he or she needs for the day!  The best part?  There's no copies needed.  Students complete a listening comprehension activity and writing task on 3 sheets of notebook paper.  Pretty awesome!

Emergency Sub Plan - No Copies Needed! Listening Comprehension & Writing Lesson

What do you do when real-life gets in the way of teaching your classes?you just send this file of emergency sub plans off to your school and your sub will have everything he or she needs for the day! There's no copies needed.

Three Tiny Tips - Owl-ways Be Inspired

Three Tiny Tips (Owl-ways Be Inspired)

Three Tiny Tips: use colored dots on desks to call to the carpet, line up. green dots, come collect the paper, etc. Ooh - use dots on the desk to split students into group.