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This is an awesome FREE worksheet as a 'getting to know you' activity on the first day of school.

Caitlin Conway pin due Feb 24 I love this first day of school activity. It's a good way for me to get to know my students and it will help me to have some insight to my student's lives. It will also help me to plan future lessons for my students.

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Parent Communication Log allows parent teacher communication through out the school year. It gives parents an opportunity to be more involved with there children's learning and behavior in the classroom.

Young Teacher Love: Beginning of the Year Team Building Updates!

5 Speaking Activities for English Language Learners

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Back to School Brain Breaks

Students (and the teacher) need a mental break sometimes from daily work. All of these brain break activities are tested and approved by high school students but can be used by middle school students too.

Use this for behaviour management in the classroom and home!  Great worksheet.

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I like the idea of a reflective sheet. Can get them practicing their English as well as accept responsibility for what they've done.

Teaching In The Fast Lane: 50 Student Rewards That Don't Cost a Thing

50 Student Rewards That Don't Cost a Thing

50 Student Rewards That Don't Cost a Thing-a great reference sheet for providing reinforcers for an individual, a group, or the whole class! These are wonderful suggestions!

Use this activity as an ice breaker for the first week of school or as a classroom community builder. I have my students sit in a circle around our carpet, and I project the "Roll a topic" sheet up on the SmartBoard. Each student takes a turn rolling the dice and answering the corresponding question.

I could use this activity as an ice breaker for the first week of school or as a classroom community builder. I could have the students sit in a circle or break them up into small groups and work on the ice breaker together.

FREE! I have my students fill this out in the beginning of the year. Then when it is time to choose authors for read-aloud books, prizes for Students of the Month, colors for student awards or folders, etc., I look at students' favorites lists. I even take their lists with me when shopping for holiday goodies so I can choose things in their favorite colors. :) Enjoy!

Have students fill this out in the beginning of the year. Then when it is time to choose authors for read-aloud books, prizes for Students of the Month, colors for student awards or folders, etc., Look at students' favorites list!