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Free: Secret Walker Certificates for Managing A Line of Students

A simple list of classroom reward ideas which can be use as a positive reinforcement aide in the classroom....

This idea was inspired by The Lesson Plan Diva. She was unable to post her homework because her team made it. So I made my own. There is a page ...

Emergency Sub Plans {A 5-Day Survival Plan for K-1 Teachers} This item provides 5 full days of plans for all subject areas including reading, writing, word work/phonics, math, science/social studies, and an optional daily "Smart Art" filler. Check out the preview by clicking through to the item. It's a huge lifesaver when you need it most. :) 74 pages, $

One Extra Degree blog - love this idea of the "Sub Tub" - good idea for when substitute teachers come in to the class.

This emergent reader little book is a great way to begin reading with young students. This story uses a predictable pattern, "Spring, Spring, what do you see?" to support emerging readers. This story includes several Spring vocabulary words, such as caterpillar, butterfly, ladybug, rainbow, and umbrella. This book includes the same text on both the top and bottom of each sheet of paper to make copying, sorting, stapling, and cutting easy to create a class set of little books!!

Creekside Teacher Tales: Classroom Pledge & Freebie. I may need to make this!

Program Board with Media Center Helper ideas. Helpers - to be named... Put slips in pockets with name of "helper" activity they can select when they come to help in the media center. Examples: Shelve Books Straighten Shelves (have sections listed) Dust Shelves Sharpen Pencils Clean Tables Book Level in E books (with PERMISSION ONLY) etc.

Body outlines in the block center - great science & math connection (count the # of blocks needed)

This "I'm done..." board is a great way to remind students of their choices once they have completed the current activity. By having this posted as a bulletin board or poster within the room, students would have a visual reminder of the acceptable options they have while awaiting transition to the next activity. This procedure would help maintain order as well as keep faster students busy.