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Geometry. Make your students do it themselves for those hands-on kinesthetic learners!

Great student selector and group selector tools online that are FREE!

Partner Picking Cards! This will be a fun 30 second activity that helps put students into random partner groups.

Popsicle Stick Architecture by Plains Art Museum, via Flickr

The Scoop on Groups- Great ideas for grouping students! Not just popsicle sticks!

At first glance this picture looks like a 1st grade math project. However the angles on it have alot to do with making a good movie. In order to keep and video from getting boring and dull a good camera man takes shots from different angles such as High shots, low shots, the list goes on but a movie with only one angle quickly becomes dull.

Popsicle sticks for an "I'm Done" jar...Students pull a stick when they finish early

Management - After you call the student, place their popsicle stick on the outside of the roll. * If there was a student that you think you might want to call on again just place them back inside the roll. Now students won't know who you're going to call on. They'll just think you're putting all the names back into the cup! So brilliant!

I love this for a Spanish or bilingual classroom...but I'd def make an English copy for my classroom!!

Hands-on math statements. For the price of a box of craft sticks and some different colored permanent markers the possibilities are endless: spelling words, phonics, sight words, latin. Turn then lengthwise and use them for complete words to make your own a complete a sentence game. I love practical, flexible, and inexpensive!

I do this each year in my own classroom by giving each student 10 or 12 random hearts (they can swap if they want) and let students write their own Valentine letter based on their heart candies. Kids have loved it for 15 years.