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Great ideas! Some are for older grades, but many will work for Kindergarten - The Diary of a Teachaholic: Classroom Organization - Part 2

Great ideas! Some are for older grades, but many will work for Kindergarten - The Diary of a Teachaholic: Classroom Organization - Part 2

Word Cloud Generators called Tagxedo. The options for creating word clouds are simply incredible and best of all, the site makes it very easy to save your work as an image file without the need to "capture" your work.    The flash-based results are a lot of fun to use and when you are using your SMART Board, you can touch on a word to make it enlarge and come to the forefront.

Word Cloud Generators called Tagxedo. The options for creating word clouds are simply incredible and best of all, the site makes it very easy to save your work as an image file without the need to "capture" your work. The flash-based results are a lot of fun to use and when you are using your SMART Board, you can touch on a word to make it enlarge and come to the forefront.

How To Create A Test That Grades Itself Using Google Forms. I have done this. Great for formative assessment and as a teacher timesaver!

How To Create A Test That Grades Itself Using Google Forms. I have done this. Great for formative assessment and as a teacher timesaver!

How To Lock Kids On An App - No more getting into things they are supposed to be in!Double click for full view.

How To Lock Kids On An App - No more getting into things they are supposed to be in!Double click for full view.

This website has a list of tutorials on how to use Google docs. It includes how to create a document, PowerPoint, Spreed-sheet, and how to utilize Google docs offline. The website also suggests how to utilize Google docs in the classroom. Some ideas include having the students collaborate on a project, keeping attendance, and creating quizzes.

This website has a list of tutorials on how to use Google docs. It includes how to create a document, PowerPoint, Spreed-sheet, and how to utilize Google docs offline. The website also suggests how to utilize Google docs in the classroom. Some ideas include having the students collaborate on a project, keeping attendance, and creating quizzes.

TONS OF TEACHING IDEAS~  One tip explains Game Day.  For an hour on the last Friday of the month her students bring in board games.  These are set up inside hula hoops around the classroom. Small groups rotate from game to game. Not all students complete all the games, but they usually get the opportunity to do at least 3. This activity is a fun way to get kids to read, follow directions, and practice taking turns.  Can also be done with math or other learning center games!

TONS OF TEACHING IDEAS~ One tip explains Game Day. For an hour on the last Friday of the month her students bring in board games. These are set up inside hula hoops around the classroom. Small groups rotate from game to game. Not all students complete all the games, but they usually get the opportunity to do at least 3. This activity is a fun way to get kids to read, follow directions, and practice taking turns. Can also be done with math or other learning center games!

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