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6 techniques for getting your ss to do homework

Math Coach's Corner: Bagels and Blogs, February 3

Bagels and Blogs, February 3

Recognize students who make 100% on a test!  I love this idea.....so positive for those hard working students.

Ron Clark inspired: Students are only allowed to wear one when they got on a test and they get to wear it all day! Teachers/kids ask them and give them high fives. Love me some Ron Clark!

Minions

31 Incredible Bulletin Boards For Back To School

Love the Minion bulletin board/classroom door idea. Except I would have the saying either A "Minion" reasons to love grade! Or A Minion reasons to be excited for grade!

Treasure trove of games! ABCYa's Educational Games and Apps for students in Grades K-5. Also suggests 6 apps for kids-Use on iPhone, iPod & iPad

Free educational kids computer games and activities for elementary students. Grade level lessons incorporate areas such as math and LA while introducing basic computer skills.

This is a 3 page FREE New Years Activity that is a percent of a number practice.  Students are encouraged to find the percent of a number and use r...

This is a 3 page FREE New Years Activity that is a percent of a number practice. Students are encouraged to find the percent of a number and use rounding and estimation, too.

SO powerful. A must read for any teacher. One of the best things I have ever read on Pinterest!

MUST READ----- Every Friday Chase’s teacher asks her students to write down the names of 4 children.

Text Art {Teacher Gift} · Lesson Plans | CraftGossip.com

Text Art {Teacher Gift}

{Keep It Simple, Sister}: Fast and Fabulous Teacher Gift I am going to make this for teacher gifts this Christmas! Easy peezy with my Storybook Creator Software.

Classroom Freebies: Get Information on Your Students

Get Information on Your Students

7 Fun ESL Games to Practice Pronunciation... Let’s all be honest. Pronunciation is one of those things that we don’t often teach explicitly. Of course, we correct our students’ pronunciation when they make mistakes, when they’re not speaking clearly or when they need to be a little more accurate. But do we devote class time to pronunciation practice on a regular basis?

7 Fun ESL/ELL games to practice pronunciation. Check into web site for more freebies?

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