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The most basic way to use these is to write the names of any students you DO NOT want to be working together on the same wheel (he he). To find partners, simply turn the wheels until the names line up. In 5 years of using this, the students have never figured out that they won't be able to be partners with students on the same wheel as them (he he

The most basic way to use these is to write the names of any students you DO NOT want to be working together on the same wheel (he he). To find partners, simply turn the wheels until the names line up. In 5 years of using this, the students have never figured out that they won't be able to be partners with students on the same wheel as them (he he

I made this from a couple other examples... teaching students to take responsibility for actions.

I made this from a couple other examples... teaching students to take responsibility for actions.

Homework bingo - If they turn in their homework for that morning they get to write their name on any square. On friday's I will pull out two bingo chips...and whatever names are on that square they will be able to pick out of the treasure box. Know a teacher who does this, the kids love it

Homework bingo - If they turn in their homework for that morning they get to write their name on any square. On friday's I will pull out two bingo chips...and whatever names are on that square they will be able to pick out of the treasure box. Know a teacher who does this, the kids love it

I like the look of this "Choice Wheel" for #siblings to consult before they get a parent or adult involved. #communication #parenting

I like the look of this "Choice Wheel" for #siblings to consult before they get a parent or adult involved. #communication #parenting

Partner wheel! Great idea! Put the kids you don't want as partners in the middle and the other kids on the outside and match them up.

Partner wheel! Great idea! Put the kids you don't want as partners in the middle and the other kids on the outside and match them up.

Mrs. Beattie's Classroom: 5 Creative Ways to Use Clothespins in the Classroom

5 Creative Ways to Use Clothespins in the Classroom

Snowball Fight...kids write 3 things about themselves on a sheet of white paper.  They do not write their names on the paper.  Wad it up and on your command, have a "snowball" (or baseball) fight.  At the end of 1 minute, each student grabs the nearest snowball and tries to guess who wrote it.  Would be great at the beginning of the year!

Snowball Fight...kids write 3 things about themselves on a sheet of white paper. They do not write their names on the paper. Wad it up and on your command, have a "snowball" (or baseball) fight. At the end of 1 minute, each student grabs the nearest snowball and tries to guess who wrote it. Would be great at the beginning of the year!

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