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hide these in library books or classroom books that never get read or checked out...

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I'm Done Jar and Cart! Change out activities based on your skills.

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A 2-sided conference form and a letter to send home. Everything you need for conferences and it's a FREEBIE!

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Genius! Give yourself a cubby so when the kiddos create picture/notes/etc. for you they can put them in the cubby instead of on your desk!!

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picture books and graphic organizers for every CC standard!

OMGosh! Excellent video on keeping voices down in the classroom. This guy is stinkin hilarious!

Second Day of School Morning Work

Free Candy Awards- 36 different color and black and white.

I just did something similar to create whiteboards for my students, but this would be *fantastic* to do and hang on the wall or something so that I can conserve board space! Then I can have colors that correspond to the grade levels and then one for each subject I teach!