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    when you enter this classroom {door decor}

    I would keep the hundred chart and name, and add 20 frame, ruler, spinner, 2-D shapes, word problem, and money.

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    I'm always looking for new, non-border border ideas - hellooooo feather boa! :)

    A Fellow School Counselor: It's the little things that count!

    Although this says it is for kids, these are also great tips and ideas for helping adult learners learn how to fill out forms as well. Filling out forms is an important life skill that can help empower our students!

    curtain rod and command hook for hanging anchor charts…LOVE!

    All About Me - Back To School Activity - A Fun Back To School Activity. #tpt #education

    curtain rod and command hook for hanging anchor charts…LOVE!

    Miss Kindergarten: I'm Done Jar 2.0! Fun and engaging activities for your students to complete when they're "done" with their work!

    Making Friendship salad--lesson on friendship. I would like to take this idea and have older kids approach each table/group of kids and ask something in order to obtain all the fruit they need to create a fruit salad. Could help work on social skills too.

    During activities, punch holes in the papers of students that are off task. Easy to keep track of participation when you collect the papers!

    This would be good for a classroom door!

    CONTENT AREA NOTE-TAKING- I love this! I can't find the link back but this is a great anchor chart!

    DIY Ruler Clip Rails — Ana White

    This is one of six paper "fortune tellers" on various social skills themes.

    Weekly Homework FREEBIE

    Weekly Homework FREEBIE

    Visual Schedules on a pill box - when the kid completes a task they can open the pill compartment for a small reinforcer! This would be such a great way to reinforce kids who have a hard time completing anything! Wow!


    SPEEDY WORKERS? "Ticket" students who finish quickly and miss a lot of problems. Over time, repeat offenders may lose their "license" to participate in fun activities!

    Friday reflection idea