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Adventures of a 6th Grade Teacher: classroom management

Following My Heart to First Grade: classroom management

How and why to use whom in a sentence via The Oatmeal

How and why to use whom in a sentence - The Oatmeal

Bulletin board idea

Paper Pot - Never buy tissue boxes again. Just use TP. Cheap, cute, and inventive. Love it.


ExtraMadness - Inspirational Picture Quotes

Awesome display on peer feedback.

creative globe ideas with a great quote from Gandhi

Hundreds of Smartboard Lessons and lesson plans organized by grade and subject. FREE!

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Awesome strategy where students use cards to indicate how they are progressing through the independent practice. This allows the teacher to intervene when necessary and gauge student's understanding of concepts.

Fun (and free!) countdown timers for the classroom! Read this blog post on Corkboard Connections to find out where to download these timers and more and some tips for using them in the classroom.

Free Noise Level Meter built for the Classroom!

Free New Classroom Management noise level App

Just Dance Kids - Get The Sillies Out (Wii Rip)

whole brain & brain breaks

Listen up writing teachers! This site is a GOLD MINE!

Common Core Point of View Resources! This 40+ page pdf is a very rigorous pack of resources for teaching point of view and how it affects a story. This is not your basic 1st or 3rd person point of view packet (though this aspect is included). It contains very rigorous and challenging stories that require the students to consider the point of view and how it affects the events being described. The stories were written specifically to meet the rigor of the new Common Core standards.

Blink Brain Break - This would be a fun activity to use when middle or high school kids need to recharge in the middle of class.

Multiple Intelligences survey for the classroom

Whole class journals..each student can write in them on a certain topic and the class can read them at different time. Great 'I'm finished early' activity!

The No Homework Binder- when students didnt do homework, they record the date, assignment, and why they didnt do it. {responsibility + good record keeping}

Whole Brain Teaching: 6th Grade, Classroom Management

Now why didn't I think of this??? And to think, I've been using post-its all this time

writing expectations. Quiet writing time with fun music was one of the MOST peaceful times in my classroom this year. The kids loved it. Love this chart to introduce the expectations for it.