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    Some motivation for students before tests

    The Little Things: Testing Motivational Treats. I like that these are small and easy! You could do one little goodie for each testing session.


    Some Sweet Testing Encouragement - free printable cards you can use during testing time for a little sweet encouragement.

    End of the year student awards - I always wanted to do, but could never come up with creative awards.

    Schoolhouse Divas: How to Motivate Your Students (and Kids)

    What a simple and sweet surprise for students.

    Applying Bloom's Taxonomy in Your Classroom #Education #InstructionalDesign

    No Homework Binder--Each student has a blank page in the binder. The student must write the date, assignment, and reason for not having it on their page for each forgotten assignment. Keeps track of # missing and reasons. Great management tool!

    EOG and TESTING treat bags

    An Inside Look At ADHD Infographic

    End of year gift idea

    could give these to kids who make good grade on test!

    Lessons with Laughter: End of the Year Gifts!

    Testing Encouragement Ideas

    help your students remember everything with these editable reminder bracelets!!! 4$ for 31 designs!

    Classroom Organization. Number magnets to keep track of kids you allow to leave the room.

    This is a bulletin board where students can put up anything they are proud of, whether it's a picture, drawing or good grades.

    Pick six students every Friday and write them a special note on their desks for them to find Monday morning. Keep a list and start again when everyone in the class has been done.

    On the day an assignment is due, the rule in my classroom is that EVERYONE turns SOMETHING in. If a student does not have his/her assignment, he/she must fill out one of these Missing Work Logs (which I affectionately call “The Yellow Sheet” because they are printed out bright yellow paper) and turn it in in place of said assignment. Blank logs are kept in a stack at the front of my classroom, and my students know to grab one if they are missing an assignment on a due date.