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Put all the kids you don't want together on the outside circle. Perfect for my class this year.

Partner wheel: Put the kids you don't want together in the smaller circle and match them up to the kids in the larger circle! I would add arrows to the larger circle to help younger students understand their partners

genius!! way to partner students (and secretly keep the not-so-good partners from partnering!)The most basic way to use these is to write the names of any students you DO NOT want to be working together on the same wheel (he he). To find partners, simply turn the wheels until the names line up. In 5 years of using this, the students have never figured out that they won't be able to be partners with students on the same wheel as them.

Partner students and secretly keep the not-so-good partners from partnering. Write the names of any students you DO NOT want to be working together on the same wheel. To find partners, simply turn the wheels until the names line up.

I like the look of this "Choice Wheel" for #siblings to consult before they get a parent or adult involved. #communication #parenting

mixedupdays: “ My school is pushing Kelso’s choice wheel, but since I have a “rockets and robots” theme in my room, I decided to draw my own. It has the exact same choices and wording, and it was a lot of fun to draw. So yesterday I made a T chart.

homework bingo - If they turn in their homework for that morning they get to write their name on any square. On friday's I will pull out two bingo chips...and whatever names are on that square they will be able to pick out of the treasure box.  LOVE THIS IDEA!!!

Homework BINGO - When students turn their homework in each morning, they get to write their name on any square. On Friday, teacher pulls out two bingo chips.Whichever names are on that square get to pick out of the treasure box at the end of the day.

Adventures in Room 5: Monday Made it! I love the defined expectations. modification- have outlined circles on the jar where we can place the magnets. Otherwise, I can just hear the debate now of whether or not the jar is full!

Adventures in Room Monday Made it! I love the defined expectations. modification- have outlined circles on the jar where we can place the magnets. Otherwise, I can just hear the debate now of whether or not the jar is full!

Classroom Procedures to Teach

Classroom Procedures to Teach {Back to School Classroom Management Tool}

This is a comprehensive 7 page document that lists and categorizes every single procedure/routine to teach in your classroom. This takes all of the guess work out of your beginning of the year management plan. L Boros

Have kids draw themselves on little circles on the first day. Copy them and cut them to paste around a new page. Use it for a newsletter template.  What a fantastic Idea! That would look so great for class announcements etc. by janis

Have kids draw themselves on little circles on the first day. Copy & cut them to paste around a new page- use for a newsletter template. What a fantastic Idea! That would look so great for class announcements etc.

Do you ever have a student that just needs to get out of the room for a minute and get a new perspective? Give them "The mysterious envelope" to deliver! This is brilliant!

For teachers: Do you ever have a student that just needs to get out of the room for a minute and get a new perspective? Give them "The mysterious envelope" to deliver. (I like the "mystery student" idea too)

Desk Notes with a Dry Erase marker when there is going to be a sub

Write Desk Notes with a Dry Erase marker when there is going to be a sub (erases with baby wipe)

Save space in your classroom and post objectives on a picture frame or your ELPS

Certificate frames from the dollar store, scrapbook paper, ribbons, and paper. Cute new learning objectives board. You could also have one for each math group and their write their learning objective.

Use this form when kids are absent to gather all their make up assignments in one place. Organization is the key!

Try This When Kids Are Absent!

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