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Teacherific: daily 5.  linked to  the daily 5 label for this blog.  Many good ideas

Daily 5 book by "The Sisters" With for dummies: a step by step what to do and say along with book choice. A definite user friendly way Includes ideas for anchor charts used in setting up the Daily

I Can READ! Roll and READ simple sentences with SIGHT WORDS and WORD FAMILIES!

Roll and READ a simple sentence made of sight words and word families! Perfect for helping STRUGGLING readers build fluency and CONFIDENCE! Age: Pre-K/Kindergarten Repeat simple sentences as presented.

math wall- so doing this! I never thought to put my calendar numbers on a ring! AMEN for the smart brain of this teacher out there! There are some other things in this pic. I plan to snatch too!

Calendar: Great classroom organization tip! Put calendar numbers or words on large rings--everything flips. No more boxes/files to store extra numbers or words. Make a few blank cards on the rings too, so you can change things up when necessary.

Surfin' Through Second: Daily 5 Update

Daily 5 Update

Daily 5 choices - I like how there's a spot for each clothespin so there's never a mix up of too many students at one station - - I wonder if I could adapt this for middle school

Tired of pocket charts? Try using your computer or smart board to completely automate your center rotations!!!

Reading Rotation Powerpoint for Centers & Guided Reading Bright Smiles Design

Teach Your Child to Read - Tired of pocket charts? Try using your computer or smart board to completely automate your center rotations! - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

Daily 5

Daily 5 or centers rainbow tracker freebie- kids color in a row for each center/station they complete!

FREEBIE! Daily 5 Signs & Recording Sheet

Reading Rotation Signs & Recording Sheet - EDITABLE

Teach Your Child to Read - FREEBIE! Daily 5 Signs Recording Sheet - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

Writing centers are used in the classroom to encourage students to write and practice skills related to writing. The 6+1 traits of conventions, ideas, voice, word choice, organization, fluency, and...

Writing Center

Work on Writing. Samples of what students can work on include: Letter writing List making Story writing Start a Topic book (a book all about topic of student's choice) Comic strips Card making. All materials available for students at one location.

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This noise-o-meter can help remind students what the appropriate volume should be in the classroom at specific times. This corresponds to the NYS teaching standard Element IV.3: Teachers manage the learning environment for the effective operation of the classroom. a. Teachers establish, communicate, and maintain clear standards and expectations for student behavior.

Classroom Management Plan

My teacher uses a Noise Meter similar to this one. The Noise Meter is a cool way to remind students the correct noise level that they should be using! You just use the paper clip and move it to the appropriate noise level the students should be using.

love the idea of detailing what kids can do with any given content, not just poetry. So many times they are at a lost for all of the options of how they can interact with a certain subject/content area.

A classroom from Baton Rouge, LA

A huge thank-you to Morgan Simoneoux, a first-grade teacher from Baton Rouge, LA, for sending in these photos of her classroom. I love how colorful all of this is! A truly warm, welcoming environme…

Read to self anchor chart

This read-to-self anchor chart explains expectations for reading independently to help students remember what they are supposed to be doing during this time and why.