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Sticky Note Research Projects

Sticky Note Research Projects--the EASIEST way to do research with elementary kids!

Reading to self sticky notes: Students 'bookmark' various parts of their book to help them to think about what they are reading.

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Novel Scavenger Hunt Using Sticky Notes-- Common Core Aligned

Make learning fun and engaging by sending your students on a novel scavenger hunt using sticky notes with printed questions on them! $

I love the idea of using sticky notes on the first day of school. Maybe I'll have to do something like this with other prompts as a gallery walk!

Divide the inside of a file folder into boxes that are slightly larger than small sticky notes. Write students' names in the boxes in alphabetical order, one name per box. Whenever you want to make a note about a student's progress, jot the information on a sticky note and then place it in the appropriate box. Periodically move the sticky notes to students' assessment folders. You'll have valuable information at your fingertips.

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How to Print On Sticky Notes

Did you know you can print on sticky notes? Here's a tutorial showing you exactly how to print on Post It notes along with a free printable template.

Laminate and use a dry-erase marker on the "sticky notes". Use for writing or summarizing narratives. GREAT IDEA!


Organizing Your Home

I use a sticky note calendar at school - that way if I have to change lesson plans, I can just move sticky notes instead of having to completely erase the rest of the month and rewrite everything....

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Sticky Note Bookmarks

Sticky Note Bookmarks {great for close reading}

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Interactive Anchor Charts- Reading Edition

Make your own beautiful (BUT TOTALLY FUNCTIONAL) Interactive Anchor Charts. Just cut, place, color, and laminate. Use sticky notes or dry erase markers. No more making a new anchor chart every week. Thank you for saving me time!

I think it's a great idea to make a posted Essential Question be interactive. Students can use sticky notes to respond. :) Jodi from The Clutter-Free Classroom