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  • Annie Reynders

    classroom twitter board with end of the day ideas and thoughts. Exit ticket??

  • Vicki Mizner

    Possibly and Exit Ticket idea here? Classroom Simple: The Actual Twitter Board

  • Bonnie Perry

    My future classroom Twitter board! What a cute idea :)

  • Maggie Juerling

    Class twitter board... so fun! Also, lots of other great classroom ideas on her blog

  • Kellee Santoianni

    classroom twitter board with end of the day ideas and thoughts. An alternative to the normal exit slip.

  • Annie Swantek

    Classroom Twitter board (incorporating technology w/o having technology) the sentence strips are laminated kids write on it daily-to teach responsibility when using social media

  • Sierra Jamis

    Classroom Twitter Bulletin Board Idea *Sierra*

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This person's entire Flickr series is great. I really want to have engaging display boards like this and change my displays constantly. Gahhh so good.

Need to figure out how to print this so I can put it on my bucket I carry around everywhere!

Must Do / May Do...I like that so they can see what they can do once they are done with the necessary things!

like the idea of photos of each group of students per birthday month. Could be a whole school board. :)

Love this! I have seen these sayings before, but I really like how simple this one is. Might be better suited to a younger classroom then some of the longer sayings. I also like the design...how cute :)

Great class sign! I'd tweak the wording a bit for middle/high students, but I really like this.

Birthday Club Bulletin Board with student photos! Use this to showcase the students who have bought books for the media center on their birthdays!

We love all these Facebook and Twitter inspired ideas! We're waiting to see a classroom Pinterest bulletin board! Let us know if you find one!

I fill this out first thing in the morning and change it throughout the day, works very well! Students have to complete the MUST DOs and then MAY DOs. Never again will you hear the question, "What do I do when I'm done?" Amazing :)

Very clever idea, plus this site has a source to purchase replacement Scrabble tiles. kindercraze.blogs...