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fun ways to break into groups here are a bunch of grouping strategies and a set of Grouping Cards. Most of them require minimal preparation that can be done once and then used again and again.

Print off this blank "Pinterest" board and have your students fill it in with images and quotes from book characters, famous authors, historical figures, scientists and more!

Each table has their own bookshelf with materials. Love it! (Dandelions and Dragonflies Teaching Blog)

Great to use for groups! Assigning "jobs" helps students feel that they have ownership in the group

This free poster is great for any small group work, whether it's used for pull-out groups or with cooperative groups in a classroom. Students are forced to rate themselves based on performance as a group. Enjoy!

Small Group Organization- love the ideas here. Super inspiring for simple planning!

Here's a form where students must represent a division problem in 5 different ways. Nice introduction to the concept.

Use colored dots to make groups easy. Put a different colored dot on each desk in a group. When you need to have a student from each table do something, you can simply ask for all the green dots to bring you the papers from their group.

Designate one student as the "Ask Me" student who can answer the questions of other students while you're busy assisting others. | 37 Insanely Smart School Teacher Hacks

Program Board with Media Center Helper ideas. Helpers - to be named... Put slips in pockets with name of "helper" activity they can select when they come to help in the media center. Examples: Shelve Books Straighten Shelves (have sections listed) Dust Shelves Sharpen Pencils Clean Tables Book Level in E books (with PERMISSION ONLY) etc.

Love this! I have seen these sayings before, but I really like how simple this one is. Might be better suited to a younger classroom then some of the longer sayings. I also like the design...how cute :)

world-shaker: Alternatives to Traditional Homework (via So Much Homework | Connected Principals)