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  • Melissa Judd

    Classroom management

  • Melissa Carr

    Job Balls-- I like this for kids who finish their assigned classroom job early, so they don't distract the ones who are working diligently!

  • Katie Pless

    label with different gross motor activities, songs, etc.

  • Angie Erwin

    Ping pong balls - put a writing prompt on each one!

  • Bonnie Heatherly

    Job balls for kids...but could also be used for review questions in school or in Sunday School

  • Tanya Hunter

    Get a little help around the house from your little helpers with this cute idea to keep chores fun! #HelpAroundTheHouse #Tips

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random rewards of things they can do rather than "things" for rewards.... also, love the ping pong balls

Great Think Clouds for Readers Workshop! This would work nice for my struggling 5th grade readers who are challenged to think while they read.

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Reading response prompt journals are an excellent tool to incorporate into writing lessons.

Guided Reading Prompt Cards- This would be good for incorporating writing into guided reading and for times when one or two students are finished before the rest of the group.

This resource includes 24 eye-catching prompt cards for during guided reading. During reading breaks, a student can choose a card and complete the ...

Reading Response Questions Cards.... great for whole group questions and reading response... plot, author, setting, mood, character, and more! $ Great to have on hand every day!

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This "I'm done..." board is a great way to remind students of their choices once they have completed the current activity. By having this posted as a bulletin board or poster within the room, students would have a visual reminder of the acceptable options they have while awaiting transition to the next activity. This procedure would help maintain order as well as keep faster students busy.

Chore "Rewards" Cards...do a chore, get a punch. Get 12 punches, get a surprise. Very cool incentive idea for home!

Folks, I'm not getting any kickbacks from endorsing The Secret Stories by Katie Garner but honestly, there is nothing out there that works as simple and as cheap as this reading system! Put all the red & yellow posters on the wall and you share a "secret story" with your child when you see one of the letter combinations in whatever book you happen to be reading to them. I shared my copy with a public school teacher and she says that she can't teach without it now. An added benefit......your chil

Reading Graffiti Board...I love this! Put up black paper, provide silver sharpies and let students write one quote from a book. They'll be reading more critically to find that one perfect quote!