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  • Lindsay Leeah

    Classroom ideas

  • lily valley16

    #classroom #organization #teacher Paint Chips for student passwords!

  • Rae Temple

    Paint Chips for student passwords, for all my hoarded paint samples.

  • Christine Elizabeth

    Paint chips for organizing student info - 25 Clever Classroom Tips For Elementary School Teachers

  • Katelyn Stockford

    7/3/12: Found this on Jennifer's board. This would be such an easy way to have student logins available at computer stations during independent work. Paint Chips for student passwords

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Instead of I don't know... Gotta make this sign to use at the start of the school year!

Ask parents to fill out this information page for teachers when school starts.

Procedure for papers (students generated list)...Name and number chhchhchhchh...You know the drill ;)

FREE Get to know your kinders when parents register them for kindergarten with this parent (and teacher) friendly information sheet.Includes:- B...

"We teach our students how to behave by what we allow, what we stop, what we ignore, and what we reinforce."

Students sign out when they leave the classroom; can also have magnetic pictures/words for nurse, bathroom, etc. so students can put it beside their name so you know exactly where they are.

I'm not sure why I still have to say this. Maybe a poster & cute saying will help them remember.

(G) "Classroom Rules" Have a discussion the first day about what it looks like to follow these rules. ie: be ready to learn- be in your seat, quiet and ready with all of your supplies and books you will need.

LoL!!! (will need to build a bigger prison!!!) Will be doing this for my students when they can't leave their phone/ipods alone!

Organizing Student Usernames and Passwords a great idea to help save time and keep your kids organized from The Upper Elementary Snapshots Collaborative Blog.

Cool Bulletin Board idea to "spotlight" a student or famous person. I would do both. Maybe every week a different actor, playwright, designer, etc to research to extra credit or a weekly report, and every now and then a student, to make them feel special having been up on the same wall as a big name.