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kiss your brain jar for brilliant thinking rewards (mrs. langston's learner's blog).

Langston's Learners: Kiss Your Brain! Idea: when students finish a test, they can pick a kiss out of the container Hahaha! I remember Dr. Barnett always used to say "Kiss your brain!

cute! it's an "I'm done!" jar full of ideas of things to do when kids are finished with work

I'm Done Jar 2.0!

Popsicle sticks for an “I’m Done” jar…Students pull a stick when they finish early. I have a similar one for my son at home called the "I'm bored" jar.

Dry Erase Pockets. This blog details the many ways this teacher uses write on wipe off sleeves in her classroom!

Dry Erase Pockets & Their Many Uses

Dry Erase Pockets for students to use when answering questions in class instead of just shouting out answers (Large Group)

Events in Instruction- Event #2

Events In Instruction- Event #2

The How to Present the Learning Objectives Infographic refers to Gagné’s event of instruction and presents ways teachers can inform their learners about the learning objectives

Free Stuff for Teachers & Classrooms + Teacher Discounts at Various Stores

Free Stuff for Teachers & Classrooms + Teacher Discounts at Various Stores

Free Stuff for Teachers & Classrooms + Teacher Discounts at Various Stores - Raining Hot Coupons

Personalized class stationery. Give each child a post-it and have them draw their picture on it. Such a good way to get them to want to write

What a great teacher idea: Class stationary! Give each kid a post-it to draw their portrait and then make copies. Love this!

Small group write on the table chart paper is layered for each group to use.

Guided reading table with paper cut outs for work- layered so it's ready for each group. Could add focus skill/ topic and then let the learners post work or take it to small group table to complete assignment together- promotes ownership

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