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Put students' names on the back of YOUR nametag so that you won't have to worry about finding the list during something like a firedrill.

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Student Where Abouts

Cookie sheet tracking system for students who leave the room. Very cute!

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Substitute Teacher Printable Forms

Include a picture list of students in your substitute folder.

For my teacher friends: Date Stapler: For the student who claims they turned it in on time. Oh my word this is awesome!

Chant to do at the beginning of a new school year to help the students remember to write their names on their papers.

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First Day of School Activities for Big Kids

Teaching With a Mountain View: First Day of School Activities for Big Kids

Students pick a stick from the “I’m Done” cup and work on an activity when they are finished with their work. Once a child completes a stick, they check it off of their list. Cannot repeat any activity until all have been done once.

Fun birthday board in my second grade classroom! Students were grouped by month and held their birthdays up on whiteboards. They loved it.

Teach.Train.Love. put out another awesome brain break video list! This article gives you access to a total of 60 brain break dance videos that were all put through a kid-safe filter. Your students will LOVE these!

Taberski, Cunningham, and Allington all talk about how it is important for student to self-reflect and see what they need to work on more and progress as the year goes on.

Mrs. Beattie's Classroomfrom Mrs. Beattie's Classroom

How To Manage Students Who Are Demanding Your Attention

The students clip their name to the sleeve, and I work my way from top to bottom. As I finish with the top student, they head over to move their clip back to the bottom, and send the next student in line over to me!

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Every middle school classroom should have this on the wall. Especially at this time of year!

Students have to write in a log every time they do not turn in their homework on time and explain themselves. This helps teachers keep track of how many times the same student does not do his/her homework, makes students think about why they did not do their homework, and establishes accountability.