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Displaying fluency growth charts. Kids like to see where they have been and where they need to go...charts are awesome to show that. Gives them a goal to work on!

How to say I'm sorry. This chart is great for teaching children how to say sorry and mean it.

I finally found a cute way to post my objectives!!! Objectives clearly posted for each subject.. not that kinders can read the daily objectives but at least the admins would be pleased to see them displayed

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Countdown to Conferences: Getting My Data Ducks in a Row

Students track their OWN data and learning/understanding of the new Common Core!! The levels of learning coorelate to Marzano's the Art and Science of Teaching

OBJECTIVES BOARD: I write the objectives in kid friendly language, draw a simple, circular web on the board and box or underline important concepts and words. Its clear and easy and everyone knows what we are doing! ...So simple.(just type subjects in a cool font and back with colored paper.. Its a keeper!

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Pocket Chart Make-Over

chart stand fix

@C K I have magnets on each level and I just move the arrow to where it needs to be. We only use the noise level chart during quiet working time. I usually leave it at a "quiet whisper" and if I ever move it to "no talking" then they know I mean business!