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    Teaching Blog Addict: Anyone Need a Lucky Pencil?

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    A little gift for the testing teachers.

  • Mackenzie Katherine

    Mix: peppermint Mentos, a Hershey Kiss, aluminum foil, a black Sharpie, ribbon, and some paper Attach a star with encouraging words, saying, "You are ready, feel strong! Work carefully & you won't go wrong! Use your noggin, do not stress! Just do your best on the test!" test prep

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Testing week encouragement (Ideas for any important tests being given to students)

pencil made from a mentos and a hershey kiss with encouraging words on the star note.. ""You are ready, feel strong! Work carefully & you won't go wrong! Use your noggin, do not stress! Just do your best on the test!"

Scholarship Chairs could make these and pass out during chapter meeting around finals time! Good for kids before TCAP (or "important" tests), too!!

Love this and will definitely be doing this next year!

Good motivational tool! Yes!!! So glad I found this...our class gave this to our buddies last year along with smarties for MAP testing encouragement.

Are you a bucket filler?Here's a cute rewards poster to use with a class bucket!The whole class works together to earn fuzzies. When it's ...

Testing Season is Here! Shh... We're Testing Please Do Not Disturb Sign for Door (FREEBIE!) Print, Laminate, and Post!

This blog has lots of great ideas but I love the "poem" at the bottom...could do it as a classroom chant before taking a test!

Preparing and Motivating Students for Testing...

Our school counselor also puts together a Test Pep Rally. During the rally students and teachers perform skits, dance, sing, and cheer. This year I ordered a cd from Test Day Jams, and we are going to dance to a medley of tunes. The most important thing you can do to relieve test anxiety is create a positive classroom environment! Good luck as you continue to create magic in the classroom!