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It's crazy to think that kids are going to be arriving in class in just a few weeks!! I have been puttering around in my classroom all summer, but it's starting to feel a bit more urgent-- the piles on my tables need to start getting organized, not just moved around to a new pile ;) As you know, I a...

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Fluency 1 - Work on expression and fluency by having the students read a paragraph after choosing one of these cards that gives them a different voice or action to do while reading. It keeps their attention while they're learning different ways to read. Or you can use this to help kids remember the spelling for sight words

Whole Brain Teaching -- great source for visuals and getting your class started for WBT

How one teacher used an acronym to make the Whole Brain Teaching rules work in her classroom.

Getting Started with Whole Brain Teaching: - I use this for my class and it works at every level. It's simple, straight forward. I especially love that after I teach them and students for example call out (cause that never happens!!) instead of scolding, I simply say, "class? What's rule number 2?" and we move on

3rd Grade Thoughts: Whole Brain Teaching-ish Rules :) for next year!

SLPs & Teachers check it out: Brain Breaks for the Classroom! {I like this idea for the office! I was just reading an article yesterday about how you should take several breaks throughout your workday to give your brain a break!} - Re-pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Ways to cheer! 3rd Grade Thoughts: whole brain teaching (Deaf clap is also a great one)