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  • Samantha Chatman

    Wonderful Classroom Ideas

  • Nixon Monroe

    Thank you @dandelions and dragonflies for the great idea of spray painting pizza pans and then make magnetized name tags and use them for groups.

  • Wanda Rhoden

    Painted pizza pans for groups - magnetic so can change groups as often as needed- Love her website for classroom organization with ladybugs!!!

  • Jiecelle Flores

    spray paint metal pizza pans, use them for reading groups, math groups. Students names are on magnetic strips so you can move students around in groups easily.

  • Christina Dennis

    Paint pizza pans and use to place magnetized name tags into small groups. Cute!

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Love this!!! what an easy way for center organization.....use pizza pans and magents with each students names

My writing process wall. Dollar Tree pulled through for me again! I glued flat thumbtacks (5-6 on each) on dollar pizza pans and stuck them right onto the bulletin board. Also got these little banana papers from the Dollar Tree to write my kids names on them and stuck magnets on the back. I want the kids to be able to move themselves through the steps. From: the creative chalkboard.com

Maybe make an anchor chart for numbers 1-20 to keep up in the wall for a while?

Workstation--using toothpicks, how many ways can you build the "target" number? This is a "Math Their Way" idea.

magnets on the bottoms of plastic cups, inside muffin tins. handy storage for craft supplies!

Setting and enforcing strong expectations for group work from the beginning of the year can make all the difference in the world.

Addition/subtraction sorting - child needs to determine which sticks add up to the number on the bucket.

Invention Idea Box (Love this idea!)...great for critical thinking! I had a "Building Box" in my room last year where I added items I thought kids could use to build things. (It was usually things I would otherwise throw away or recycle.) The kids loved it!

Here's a great idea for making models of Roman roads and a salt dough map of Italy. Includes step-by-step directions for building the road so that all layers can be seen.

Daily 5 Choices... I like this and I have all these things in my classroom. Need to buy clothespins this year

What Do Writers Write? i like writing all these things, good stuff to teach my daughter when she gets older