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Free Resource! What is an effective way to get your students thinking at a deeper level? Let me share what works well for my students! Free Resource for your classroom! Rachel Lynette has my idea posted on her blog! 1. Lesson Plans for any book (2 pages) 2. List of Character Traits for student notebooks (2 pages) 3. Possible Themes poster or printable 4. Evidence Web 5. Critique Questions (2 pages) 6. Reasoning Web 7. Example questions 8. Book Response Reasoning Printable ROCKIN RESOURCES

KETCHUP folder: When students are absent, place a "ketchup folder" on their desk and slide their missed assignments inside the folder throughout the day.


A Little Cheat Sheet To Avoid Using The Word ‘Very’... I like this.

iHeartLiteracy: Technology in the Classroom

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Love This !!!! Definitely doing this for my classroom! I'm Done! Now What Jar for early finishers

100 ways to say Great (a very over used word in Ireland according to my English nieces so need this for our Facebook or Instagram conversations)

Barefeet In The Kitchen: Crispy Cheese and Bacon Potatoes

What Makes a Parent Love a Teacher - terrific post by Jennifer of Cult of Pedagogy about the importance of getting to know your students and some tips doing that.

Advice from Real Teachers: What to Do About Students Who Seek Attention Great ideas from Corkboard Connections

Ideas for greeting students to Increase Engagement and classroom community

27 Tips For Effective Classroom Management


Anchors Away Monday: Zooming in on Point of View

5 must-watch #TED talks on #education

Ten Frame Anchor Chart...LOVE this!

roll and retell.pdf - Google Drive. We could roll the dice for book club discussions!

School Wide Bulletin Board in the cafeteria.

Form for substitute to fill out - after I've spent some time subbing, I wish I had this instead of leaving random/scattered notes

Shape Poem

10 ways to practice multiplication facts beyond the traditional use of flashcards.