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Getting the Classroom Back to School Ready {Custom Writing Folders} - Little Minds at Work

Keep guided reading groups straight by labeling boxes with coordinating duct tape to match students' folders! Or writing folders

20 quick grab & go graphic organizer to make Guided Reading run easier & smoother!

Guided Reading Grab & GO (Graphic Organizers for Reader Responses)

What a smart way to keep graphic organizers, ready to go! 20 quick grab & go graphic organizer to make Guided Reading run easier & smoother!

Table Texting: great way to work on higher level questioning, generating questions and answers based on text, and more

"Table Texting" is a strategy to use with any piece of text or topic. Pose a higher-level question that encourages thinking among students. Students respond to the question in writing. The teacher col

5 Reasons Centers Work in My Classroom - great post for implementing centers!

5 Reasons Centers Work in My Classroom

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Seusstastic Classroom Inspirations: Daily 6 Chapter 2 Word Work -- TONS of Word Work Activities that are aimed at younger grades, but could be adapted to older grades, as well

As I was planning today, I came upon a fun little math game to reinforce math facts for any operation. It is called, "Squat and Score," and it goes like this:    1. Divide the class into 2, 3, or 4 teams. The students who are not working on the board will work on their white boards at their seats that way everyone is participating.     2. The first player from each team goes to the board.    3. The teacher will call out a fact.     4. Each player writes and works out the problem on the…

reward whole class behavior. I have a cut out of a jar taped to my whiteboard. There are also a bunch of magnetic gems. When the class WOW's me, I add a gem to the class jar. When the class fills the whole jar, I let them vote on their class reward.

Guided Reading - I used velcro so that I can easily move them from level to level and so that I'd have a visual of where my students are.

What the Teacher Wants!: Keeping track of students' reading levels with velcro and a manila folder. Good visual for the teacher.

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Spell Your Name- File Folder Activity

The Adventures of Room Autism Adventures!: Spell Your Name- File Folder Activity- link to teachers pay teachers and her many products I could use for my classroom.