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BRAIN BREAKS! Store your Brain Breaks inside of a pencil box. It doesn't take up much space, and students will be so excited when they see you pull out the Brain Break Box!

Quiet Critters want to sit on your desk, see what you're doing, and get smarter. (Could remove them from the chatty students; those who still have their "critter" at the end of the "quiet" time could turn it in for a small reward.)

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50 fun call-and-response ideas to get students’ attention

Call-and-response is a time-tested technique for getting attention, not just in classrooms but in the military, in churches, at sports events, and in traditional cultures in various parts of the world.

Please do this for your kids before they take the big test! What a great way to ease anxiety and show how much you love your kiddos!

Now why didn't I think of this??? And to think, I've been using post-its all this timel great idea to give to teachers for back to school