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20 Three-Minute Brain Breaks

I would write out the brain breaks on little slips in a bucket, so if the kids are getting restless or sleepy, we can stop and pick a brain break. This gives the students a minute to change their pace, posture, etc. The end goal is for them to, hopefully

Beaded number rods for subtraction! Great visual for students with special needs. Adding concrete materials when performing simple operations, helps build number sense to ensure students are relating quantities to symbols (numbers). For this and more great ways to use beads and pipe cleaners in your math lesson, go to: http://commoncoreconnectionusa.blogspot.com/2014/12/beaded-number-rods.html

10 Ways to Sabotage Your Classroom Managment: If you are having classroom management problems, take a look at this article, which explains what NOT to do, and the more effective practices you should try instead.