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markers inside "eraser" - when passing out, the students don't know what color they'll get = no arguing... // brilliant idea!

Diary Of A Second Grade Teacherfrom Diary Of A Second Grade Teacher

Student Where Abouts

Student Whereabouts - I love this! Of course you could do it with the students' names too.

Use your stacked classroom chairs as a drying rack for student artwork! Paintings slip right in with one spot per student, and they're dry by morning when you need to use the chairs again. Whimsy Workshop Teaching

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Too much energy?

Too much energy? This site is great for when your students have the wiggles and for inside recess.

Creative Classroom Ideas | Education | Learnist...colored index cards for each student. During independent work time or group work, the students use the cards

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Engage me!

27 ways to increase participation

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The Question Board Classroom Management FREEBIE!

Are your students forgetting your routines or asking a zillion questions? Mine were! Until I tried this... Question Board! Classroom management for too many questions (Free- consider it a gift from my sanity to yours ;) )

Leave personal notes on students' desks with dry erase markers when you know you are going to have a sub the next day or if you just want to show them some extra love!!!!

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37 Insanely Smart School Teacher Hacks

Use Velcro to store dry erase markers upside down.

Interesting way to collect completed/incomplete work so it doesn't get buried or forgotten in a desk. Could also work for student organization if they have tables instead of desks.

"Instant Data As we went over each question, I had students color in the square if they had that question wrong. Once we were done with the test, I took each strip and taped them to a manilla folder. INSTANT data!!! I did not have to plug numbers into a computer. I can clearly see that question 9 is one I really need to go over."