Veronika Rogina
Veronika Rogina
Veronika Rogina

Veronika Rogina

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Wall Vase - Large- Driftwood and Mason Jar - Vase Set - Natural, Rustic, Wood. $46.00, via Etsy.

DIY Pallet Wall tutorial

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Laminate and velcro name tags to desk instead of taping them. Lasts all year and easy to switch out!

Toilet shelves for all 3 bathrooms...two sets will need to be floating shelves. :)

I hope you guys had a fantastic weekend! A couple of years ago, I started a tradition where I highlight my favorite colors from the color forecasts from the various paint companies for the next year. More than any other design/color … Continue reading →

The students read the passage independently, then travel around the classroom answering the questions on butcher paper. There can be 3-4 stations with each station asking a question about a story element (i.e. one on characters, one on setting etc). Each stations has enough squares for each student in the class to write their answer. The question can be posted on the butcher paper, or on the wall. Students must support their answer with evidence from the story.

DIY Pallet Fold Down Outdoor Bar theownerbuilderne... If you don’t have the budget or space for a full size outdoor table, then this fold-away table made from pallets could be a great solution.

Hundreds of games, skits and songs.

DIY Home Decor with Mason Jars and Reclaimed Wood

How to Make Mason Jar Lights...Just a little obsessed with these!

Go to your local Lowes or Home Depot and have them cut a showerboard into 1'x1' squares for you. It will cost $10 instead of $100 for a class set.

Great idea for elementary or self contained classroom, or could do for middle school, with each period instead of subject

Snowball Fight...kids write 3 things about themselves on a sheet of white paper. They do not write their names on the paper. Wad it up and on your command, have a "snowball" (or baseball) fight. At the end of 1 minute, each student grabs the nearest snowball and tries to guess who wrote it. I do this with some of my small groups, and also as a feelings activity for my older classes.

Love this idea! (I often see similar activities for math, but this is the first time I've seen this activity used within a literacy lesson.)

KETCHUP folder: When students are absent, place a "ketchup folder" on their desk and slide their missed assignments inside the folder throughout the day.