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Pictures of the staff reading their favorite book. This would be a cute idea to kick off the year.

First bulletin board of the year - Guess the reader: pictures of staff holding their favorite book in front of their faces. kids have to guess who's behind the book! (could also do students behind their favorite book!

A tutorial on how to make a duct tape baggie quilt to display student work.  This one starts small with sandwich bags to display my BOGGLE ...

DIY Duct Tape Baggie Quilt

DIY Duct Tape Baggie Quilt - used to display work.but this website has TONS of DYI crafts and manipulatives for the classroom. or even a fun way to make journals out of a gift bag.

Favorite Books to Use with ELLs Part 1: Amelia Bedelia  RL 3.4

Favorite Books to Use with ELLs Part 1: Amelia Bedelia (Crafting-Connections.blogspot.com)

Figurative Language - Vocabulary - Favorite Books to Use with ELLs Part Amelia Bedelia RL

Funny game whit your family members photos !

Family Guess Who? ~`*`~ Replace all of the images in a Guess Who game with pictures of family friends and relatives. Children will enjoy having a more personalized game and will also learn about extended family members they may not get to see very often.

Books are so much better than the movie

This has always been my motto with kids! "If You Liked the Movie, You'll Love the Book!" - Books to Movies display. If library circulates DVDs, could show book and DVD case side-by-side.

So Many Books, So Little Time! | Reading Back-To-School Bulletin Board

So Many Books, So Little Time! - Reading Back-To-School Bulletin Board

This is a great bulletin board! - I love this colorful "So Many Books, So Little Time" reading bulletin board display. Adding a clock and book covers to this display makes it very eye-catching!

This is seriously genius. Put any famous people's pictures in the Guess Who game and it's a great study tool for kids!

Guess Who: Historical Figures - Cool way to help kids study important people, i. It could also work for people with TBI's, Aphasia or some form of dementia! A fun way to study important people in your life like family and friends!

Make new games!  Question Jenga - coat two sides with dry erase paint for the question

What a great idea for the first week: Conversation Jenga! This is a fun way to play Jenga as well as to get students thinking and talking. Students answer a question each time they pull a piece. (This could also work for reading questions.

those who can, teach


Those who can, TEACH. Those who cannot, pass laws about teaching. (I am afraid this is so true. What a mess!