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Brain Breaks Revisited: Better Than Ever!

A cute and easy way to do brain breaks. Anytime I think one is necessary in my classroom I would have a student come up and draw from the cup blindly and whichever activity they draw the whole class will do. All these ideas are real simple and provide as a quick break to help refocus my students.

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Favorite Pins Friday & A New 2nd/3rd Collaborative Blog!

3rd Grade Thoughts: Favorite Pins Friday & A New 2nd/3rd Collaborative Blog!

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Safe Zone in the Classroom

Having a Safe Zone in the classroom. Students can go their to calm down and return to their desk.

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Fire Safety and Prevention: Knowledge is Power

Fire Safety and Prevention: Knowledge is Power! Fire Safety Social Story Rules Poster for Special Education FREE.....and many more

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Bullying Activities Role Plays and Poster Set

bullying poster and activity set. SO needed this year! I love how it includes cyber bullying! $

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Management Monday: Classroom Voice Levels

3rd Grade Thoughts: Management Monday: Classroom Voice Levels

Decibella and her 6-Inch Voice ~ Isabella is a spirited girl who enjoys shouting out her thoughts, ideas, and feelings. In fact, she loves using her loud voice so much; it’s earned her the nickname “Decibella!” Young readers will be entertained as they see how Isabella learns the “five volumes” of voice and discovers that different situations require a different tone.

This is a great activity to use when teaching students what it looks like to be a good listener. It would also make a great anchor chart to hang in your classroom as a constant reminder of the expecations of listening. Use this along with Julia Cook's "The Worst Day of My Life Ever" from Boys Town Press. Found on FisforFirstGrade.blogspot.com I boystowntraining.org

Online Library Organizer! Scan your classroom library with your smartphone! Guided reading levels, lexile levels, author, illustrator, and more! Love it!

This registers the noise level in a classroom - the louder it gets the more the balls bounce! How neat!!