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Early Finisher activities - Put this in a ziplog bag and make one for each student as an early finish go to assignment. Have them keep the assignments in the ziplog bag for safe keeping. When they complete a row, column, or diagonal REWARD!

The Bryants Brain Train shop on

Use a donut and a witty saying to pump kids up for state testing.

freeTales from Outside the Classroom: free

Great ideas for those of us feeding kids during FCAT-Room Moms Rock: CRCT Snacks & Treats

Room Moms Rock: CRCT Snacks & Treats

HoJos Teaching Adventures: "Black & Bright" Classroom Decor & FREEBIES!

Fourth and Ten: My Fourth Grade Homework Routine (great ideas and printables in this blog post)

Fourth and Ten: My Fourth Grade Homework Routine

Special education accommodations for math, reading, writing, organization, homework, and tests

Special Education Accommodations

This is a great way for students to see what punctuation goes with each sentence. you could scramble up the note cards and have students put them back in the correct slot while reading them with the correct punctuation at the end.

Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons

Story Starters- Anchor Chart

Story Starters- Anchor Chart & Printable

Math Coach's Corner: What Great Teachers Do Differently

Math Coach's Corner: What Great Teachers Do Differently

great kids books for teaching multiplication!

Teaching Multiplication with Math-Themed Children's Books

Hooking the reader anchor chart- HA! This doesn't require much drawing- I can make this one! lol

K-2 is Splendid!

"Writing Strong Leads" anchor chart - this should help with story writing!

I Teach. What's your super power?: Writing

Anchor Charts

Teaching My Friends!: Anchor Charts

Teacher Week-Classroom Management

Surfin' Through Second: Teacher Week-Classroom Management

Group Expectations. I really liked this poster because it's fun and pleasant to look at. I think it's important to have classroom rules and expectations up around the classroom so the students have reminders about acceptable behavior. I would probably hang this by a group work area in a classroom for a younger grade. -Joanne Jablonski

Group Expectations Bulletin Board Set

Have students come up with the rules for the classroom an everyone puts their name on a star to make the flag!

Beginning the School Year: It's About Connections Not Content

Mrs. Ricca's Kindergarten: Classroom Management {Freebies} mrsriccaskinderga...

Mrs. Ricca's Kindergarten: Classroom Management {Freebies}

List your ideas! We use this for narrative, opinion, and informational writing!

Rockin Resources: More Writing Lessons for Narrative Writing

Personal Narrative

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Personal Narrative Anchor Chart

One Fab Teacher: If You Don't Know, You Oughta Know! Personal Narrative Anchor Chart

One Fab Teacher: If You Don't Know, You Oughta Know! #JulyStyle

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Following My Heart to First Grade: Daily 5 Stations

From 3rd Grade Thoughts:Writing Groups-Teacher Time Writing Bin. Good, detailed explanation of how this teacher runs Writer's Workshop rotations.

Writing Groups: Teacher Time & Writing Bin (3rd Grade Thoughts)

Common Core requires that when writing informational texts students know how to introduce a topic and how to write a concluding statement that supports the information presented in the writing. This handout is useful as a mini-lesson for students about how to open and close their essays. It outlines 7 ways for students to write introductions that grab the reader's attention and 5 ways for them to write conclusions without resorting to tired and boring methods.

How to Write Incredible Introductions and Captivating Conclusions