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"I think most teachers would prefer a world where all students were intrinsically motivated, but it just isn't an everyday reality," says Storie Belden.

Classroom Rewards That Won't Break the Bank

Stories By Storie: Classroom Rewards That Won't Break the Bank - Tap the link now to Learn how I made it to 1 million in sales in 5 months with e-commerce! I'll give you the 3 advertising phases I did to make it for FREE!

2015 Year In Review Printable

Free New Years printable resolution cards will help you reflect on the previous year and ring in the new! A great activity for your New Years Eve party.

Mission Math: Math Review Escape Room Engage students in a math escape room, while reviewing MAJOR math concepts from 3rd grade!

Mission Math: Classroom Escape Room for Grades 2-5

Teaching a PBIS school, we focus on positivity and creating structures where student choices are celebrated. We love focusing on the gains students (and staff) and I am always impressed that 90% of the time it works! Students have individual goals, group goals, and we have whole-class goals. When we reach those goals, it’s definitely...

20 Positive Behavior Rewards that Aren't Food

20 Positive Behavior Rewards that Aren't Food. 20 Whole-Class Rewards that Aren't Food. Perfect for positive behavior rewards and goal setting!

Teaching Government Issues/Terms with Gummy Bears

Funny pictures about Understanding Government Systems With Gummy Bears. Oh, and cool pics about Understanding Government Systems With Gummy Bears. Also, Understanding Government Systems With Gummy Bears photos.

Therapeutic Jenga ;)

“ I have searched and searched for printable “Jenga” questions to use in social work sessions and found none! I found lists of questions but none that I could print onto file.

Making Thinking Visible with Interactive Bulletin Boards. This is a great strategy to use for inquiry based learning and works in many grades. I have tried it with first grade, second grade, third grade, fourth grade and fifth grade. It allowed for s student's voices to be heard and seen and increased engagement. This strategy provides opportunity for critical thinking in the elementary classroom. Great for 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade and up!

Making Thinking Visible with Interactive Bulletin Boards

Making Thinking Visible with Interactive Bulletin Boards. This is a great strategy to use for inquiry based learning and works in many grades. I have tried it with first grade, second grade, third grade, fourth grade and fifth grade. It allowed for s stud

The Thinker Builder: Compliment Presents! A Holiday Gift FOR Students, FROM Students

Compliment Presents! A Holiday Gift FOR Students, FROM Students

This "Compliment Presents" activity allows students to create free, meaningful, gifts for their classmates (and receive several too!), all the while building each other up with compliments and helping develop the caring community we teachers are always st

geometric art work free printables fun kids crafts

geometric art printable...let your kids imaginations run wild

If teachers earned brag tags... Check out these free brag tags that every teacher deserves!

If Teachers Earned Brag Tags...

Give your students awards they can color themselves! 65 different awards, plus a template you can edit to create your own. Also available with a simpler frame with bigger spaces to color.

End of the Year Awards Your Students Can Color! (Grades 3-6)

Give your students awards they can color themselves! 65 different awards, plus a template you can edit to create your own. Also available with a simpler frame with bigger spaces to color.

Teach Like The Tonight - Internet Pop Quiz (Teacher Edition) - Bring the fun and laughter of Jimmy Fallon and The Tonight Show into your classroom AND your professional development! In this post, I will show you how to use Jimmy’s Internet Pop Quiz as a model for a “Get to Know You,” game with a Googley twist!

Teach Like the Tonight Show: Internet Pop Quiz with Google Slides (Teacher Edition)

Using a Graffiti Wall as Review in the classroom is a fun, hands-on way to review materials. It can be used at ANY grade level. Let students write or draw. Click through to get more details and ideas!

Creating a Graffiti Wall in the Classroom - HoJo's Teaching

Creating a Graffiti Wall in the Classroom. Create a graffiti wall in the classroom to get students engaged, talking, AND learning!

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