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Great for the teacher! Just put every absent students' work in the folder and send home later!! This is so much better than pinning them to the board

Punch holes in the papers of students who are off-task during group work. Gives you a reminder when assigning participation grades later without having to stop and make a note of the issue.

Hole Punch | The Comprehensible Classroom

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End of the Year countdown! Blog post includes a FREEBIE of the "Days Until We Are THIRD Graders!" cloud :)

Something like this for papers would be a space saver. Could go on the closet doors or on the wall behind desk. Could use for take home papers or unfinished work.

The Coffee Crafted Teacher: The Finished Product!

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Great site for anchor chart ideas. These are wonderful!

Keeping Charts Close

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When students complete centers they mark off their names....Follow for Free "too-neat-not-to-keep" teaching tools & other fun stuff :)

School Is a Happy Place: Math Daily 3, How We Started

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I love this way more than "don't throw a fit" ... gratitude is a great lesson!!!

Crisscross Applesauce In First Grade

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Make Dr Seuss soup with the kids. (have to check the ingredients but would be a cute snack!) :)

Lory's Page: Dr. Seuss Day

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Random Acts of Kindness Week: Students try to complete EVERY activity on their board. Kids do love a challenge :)

The Inspired Counselor: Random Acts of Kindness Week

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Request to Retest, put the ownership back of the students. Love this!

Math = Love: Free Downloads

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Five minutes for critical thinking group activities

Use "End of the Day Jar" to build classroom community #edchat #educhat

Wishes do come true...: Attendance Board administration msip5 Missouri schools

Wishes do come true...: Attendance Board

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next year mother's day project-give them a chalkboard to write their reason on and hold it up.

Funny

Some of the dumbest things people say to teachers…

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Sick of asking your students to stop talking and them forgetting their homework? Here's an idea that could help...

Middle School Teacher to Literacy Coach: Accountability Buddies

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I'm intrigued by these individual student data folders...could act as a portfolio and give students more ownership...It says 1st grade, but could be adapted to any grade :)

Welcome to First Grade Room 5: Data Folders

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Pinner says. " My kids love this game. I have gotten emails from former students asking if I still play this. One of my kiddos walked in first period today and said, Oh, were playing Grudgeball today? You just made my day Mrs. Wilkins. I have two oral presentations and this game is just going to let me have fun. So, how do you play it? 1. Each team gets 10 Xs. (I had a class, y

To Engage Them All: Grudgeball.. a Review Game Where Kids Attack!

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Forever in Fifth Grade: Monday Made It File Box Shelves

Forever in Fifth Grade: Monday Made It

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This Kindergarten teacher used a $1.18 L bracket (available at Lowe's Hardware) to store anchor charts. Love this!

FREE Parent-Teacher Conference Forms and parent-teacher conference tips

You can download a PDF version of our Best Behavior BINGO card!

Best Behavior BINGO: Free Download | The Art of Ed

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Animal Topped Mason Jars - 18 DIY Ideas You”ll Love (Substitute a plastic jar for kids)

Animal Topped Mason Jars

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PLEASE Take one! Kids love self-esteem boosters. Great Concept

DIY Craft List: free printout

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3rd Grade Thoughts: Fixing My Community Supplies Area!

3rd Grade Thoughts: Fixing My Community Supplies Area!

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