Classroom Decoration and Ideas for School

These are some things I would like to have in my classroom along with some ideas to use in the classroom.
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7 Sloppy Handwriting Solutions

7 Sloppy Handwriting Solutions, Part 1 - Special-Ism


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Tell the class to keep the noise level down so the balls won't bounce {so very cool!!}

ICTmagic - Classroom Management & Rewards

A 2-sided conference form and a letter to send home. I especially love pre-conference letter to parents so teacher can be aware of any parental concerns prior to conference time so they can be appropriately addressed.

Conference Forms & Letters

Blog post- Top 5 freebies of the week- includes a student self evaluation at report card time! Having students self-assess at report card time lets you and their parents know what THEY think about their learning!

Top 5 Freebies of the Week 2/23/2013

Saying “pay attention” is often not enough to get a student to pay attention. Inattentive and task avoidant kids often need to be taught attending skills. “I Can Stay Checked In” is a story that breaks down and describes these behaviors and can be used with a wide range of learners. A Teacher Guide, anchor chart and multiple worksheets are included. $

I Can Stay Checked In

This is a great back to school activity! Have students follow the glyph key to decorate the letters of their name.

What's in a Name Glyph Activity Packet

Fun focus games that help kids learn how to focus and concentrate. Via Wonder Teacher. The teachers sounds like she is working with small normal ability children. Something to look into...?

Teaching Kids to Focus |

Grammar Game for Plurals and Possessive Nouns {because we all know how boring it can be!}

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Grammar Game for Plurals and Possessive Nouns {because we all know how boring it can be!}

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Four ways to incorporate movement into the classroom

Tales from Outside the Classroom: Adding in Movement

King School Library: Typing Games

King School Library: Typing Games

Being a FRIEND can be tough for kids. Sometimes we need to teach them HOW to be a friend.

Digital: Divide & Conquer: How To Be a FRIEND

Teach "active listening" with this first-week activity. Read more about it on our blog post. (The Knight Times: Class Scrapbook)

The Knight Times: Class Scrapbook

Color poem

Fabulous in Fourth!: Paint Chip Poetry

Cool way to organize your to-do list with sticky notes.

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Having Class: Using Plickers - A Beginner's Guide

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Smooth Sailing Back to School Tips

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These are the most amazing pens I've encountered. I like to draw in pen, namely because it looks sharper, and erasable pens usually suck. BUT these erase with friction (both in gel and marker pen style), leaving NO trace, and no eraser shavings. It erases better than pencils and doesn't smudge during use. I'm smitten. - Pilot FriXion Colors Erasable Marker - 12 Color Set

Building a Fluency Continuum

Growing Firsties: Building a Fluency Continuum

Rit Studio! Dye your own unfinished mini wood clips! Perfect for scrapbooking! Save tons of money dying your own. Make ombre styles, glittered and detailed! Add mini flowers, buttons and more. Use in paper crafting and more. In as easy as 1,2, 3 with my tutorial! xo

Dye Mini Wood Clips | Rit Fabric Dye Clothing Dyeing

I bought several of these from Target's dollar bin, but after seeing how this teacher organizes with these accordion folders, I am going back for some more! Genius!!!

tattling to the teacher: organization

This clothespin system will help you keep track of who has turned in their homework. | 29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers

29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers

Love the idea of having a visual of what their desk should look like inside.

Mrs. Wills Kindergarten: Anchor Charts Galore!

Clean Desk: week before school starts, make one up, take picture, make a class poster to display. Teach first month of school. Praise, award, reward.

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