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  • Ellen M

    Daily Objectives: from Life in First Grade - "I changed the way I did our objectives. I use to do them weekly, but this year we have to have daily objectives displayed, so I decided to do this with a pocket chart. I have to say, I thought I would hate this way, but I really like it. It's really easy to write out all the objectives Friday and then place them in order and flip every day. Working out so far!"

  • Kevin Jones

    daily objective, classroom management ideas

  • Randy Rice

    This is a great resource in classroom management for keeping lessons seperate for each section you teach

  • Nicole Rosete

    Daily Objectives- going to use this for my "learning targets"

  • Carli Rasich

    #dailyobjectives

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i love this way of displaying objectives in the classroom. making connections to real life is so key!

A nice, efficient way to display what's important to your class. If the students are older, the teacher can write one example and the students can write their own "we do..." statement.

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Daily 5 Headers FREEBIE - fill out these anchor charts with your students and then put them up on the wall

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I use this in my classroom, but I definitely need to start calling Voice Level 1 "spy talk". It's MUCH cooler than whispering! (If anyone has never heard of this before, I HIGHLY recommend it! It took a couple of weeks for my kids to get the hang of it, but now they ask me what voice level they are allowed to be at for certain activities. It's AMAZING!)

"Should I #tattle?" flow chart I made to stop the annoying before it ever starts. docs.google.com/o...

Students need to know what is expected of them so that they are given direction and they know what it is they should be aiming to achieve by the end of each lesson.

I love this idea on the behavior chart. Students don't get prizes. They just get to add star stickers to their clip and change the color of their clip.

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TONS of literacy anchor charts to support discussion of reading & writing norms.