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Cup Game - brain break

5 simple ways to make sure that those first few minutes engage students. #Teaching http://staceylloydteaching.com/5-simple-ways-engage-students-first-minutes-lesson/

ways to engage students when they aren't paying attention.

Great to use for groups!

Easily modify groups with names on Velcro

The Scoop on Groups- Great ideas for grouping students! Not just popsicle sticks!

*Totally Free!* One of the best ways for students to edit, is with their peers. Often when editors get a chance to look at another person's writing, they can pick up on quite of few of the mistakes that the original author never would have noticed. This peer editing sheet was created in order to give students a structured and organized way to critically analyze their classroom peers writing efforts.

log-in cards

So fun!

Great ideas for pairing/grouping students together...Many of which also reinforce academic content in simple ways...

Classroom Management Strategies | 25 classroom management strategies to get silence from a noisy group of students

I like the way this teacher organizes her "data" on her student's throughout the year. This would be a great way to organize a student's IEP and Behavioral Plan.

FREE Downloadable Mini Posters~ This one is a great reminder for everyone!

5 Ideas for Bathroom Passes and Procedures from Minds in Bloom

10 fun ways to applaud classmates. Ways for the class as a community to celebrate a student's work

Minds in Bloom: 20 Ways to Keep Your Students' Attention

Record your voice to leave center instructions, math fact practice, etc. Great to leave your voice behind when you have a sub!

Developed in partnership with Fountas & Pinnell (creators of the Heinemann Leveled Literacy Intervention Program) this compact, folding Trolley is the perfect organizer for daily Literacy Intervention Programs and other traveling educator’s needs.

Use the bracelets for assigning students into teams and groups for class projects, or put the bracelets in a paper bag and have students close their eyes and pick one.