Pinterest • The world’s catalog of ideas

The students read the passage independently then travel around the classroom answering the questions on butcher paper (everyone has a square). In their box they write the answer and the evidence that helped them KNOW the right answer not just THINK the right answer. - Mrs. Holmes Eclectically Educating

The Common Core Standards posters contain all ELA standards you need to work on throughout the year. The adorable, colorful and visually appealing posters are available in your choice of “I Can” or “We Can” wordings. Save time and effectively use Common Core Standards in your classroom.

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Classroom Expectations and Belief Subway Art: We Believe

Rather than introducing or creating ‘class rules’, these basic tenants are ideals our class holds about our classroom, our work together, and the world. Short, sweet, & easy to remember, these phrases have tremendous power and help build classroom community. Within the first few weeks of school, we discuss (as a class) the implications of these statements asking “How will my actions reflect these beliefs?”

banner with h.o.m.e.w.o.r.k. written on it, each time the entire class completes hw assignment, class gets on letter. incentive is to get all letters of 'homework' and earn class treat....extra recess, etc.

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Warning Cards (A Classroom Management Tool!)

This is a link to print out warning Cards. This gives students time to reflect on their behavior and cool down before discussing it with the teacher. @Emmeretta Russey