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    Multiple Intelligences Quiz & other K-5 Career Lessons

    too cute. Would make a great end of the year gift for parents [picture of individual child, what they want to be when they grow up, and hs graduation year]

    Warning Cards (A Classroom Management Tool!) - Was going to make these myself, but now I don't have to!

    Funny- They have to leave it on their desk for when they come back...Love this because YEAH RIGHT they really wash their hands on their own in the bathroom every time!

    Student Led Conference Letter for Kids to Fill Out (Freebie)


    Wise, wise words teacher friends. Life of an Educator: 10 images to inspire you this week

    Reward cards for students that don't involve you spending money!

    Leave personal notes on students' desks with dry erase markers when you know you are going to have a sub the next day or if you just want to show them some extra love

    Rewards for Students

    Use colored dots to make groups easy. Put a different colored dot on each desk in a group. When you need to have a student from each table do something, you can simply ask for all the green dots to bring you the papers from their group.

    "Pink Slip - For students who don't have homework.- I love the layout of these"

    Minds in Bloom: Deb's Top 10 Tips When You Are Assigned a Non-English Speaking Student!

    30 brain breaks to get your kiddos moving!

    The Second Grade Superkids: Differentiation Across the Subject Areas

    Meet the Teacher Ideas and a FREE student gift tag printable "Bursting with Excitement...that you are a part of our STAFF!"

    Did this yesterday! Kiddos loved it. Skip counting around the circle gets them ready for learning multiplication. But I get dizzy =)

    10 Tips for using TEACHER BINDERS and Free Binder Resources!

    Teacher Binder FREEBIES! Planning for centers, scheduling, to do lists, and miscellaneous pages!

    Text-Evidence Anchor Chart

    These 10 Anti-Bullying Posters are great teaching tools and reminders for your students. They are also part of a complete Bullying Prevention Kit. (TpT resource)

    Rude / Mean / Bullying: from Trudy Ludwig's website

    Great Classroom organization ideas, Love the idea of having individual portfolio folders for students to keep papers in from throughout the year.

    Writing wall: use 1 gallon bags to display students' writing throughout the year. Stays in chronological order to show student progress and easy to take off of the wall at the end of the year. Student takes it home as-is. Most convenient writing wall I've used.

    Common Core Standards math checklist- create one of these for my science student folders next year