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use a folder to make a sight word card wallet

Use a regular pocket folder and turn into a wallet folder to hold game pieces, sight word cards, math fact families etc. Very clever.

PYP in Paradise!: Beginning of the Year Agreements ...from PYP in Paradise (blog)

I have done this the last few years with A Great Student Is.love the idea of including new categories. Kids brainstorm what a terrific teacher is, does, says, and is not. Great ice breaker for the first week, maybe as a carousel activity

I'm All Through, What Can I Do? Classroom Display

I'm All Through, What Can I Do? Classroom Display

Ribbon Display, Classroom Displays, Activities, Kids, School, Students, Teacher, Professor, Children

Multiplication game using deck of cards

Demystifying the Distributive Property

Math Coachs Corner: Demystifying the Distributive Property. Okay, raise your hand if you're an elementary teacher and just the mention of the distributive property makes you break out in a cold sweat. Go ahead. As with any other math

Great, especially for advanced learners/early finishers... LOVE THIS! It's a circle map!

Math thinking maps - Like a freyer model and a circle map combined - Would be great with vocabulary.

Begin van het schooljaar

The BEST First Day Ever!

I love this idea and the fact that there are different sticky notes used! Confessions of a Teaching Junkie: The BEST First Day Ever! I may have to use this for the first day/or back to school after winter break

Calander

Calendar: Great classroom organization tip! Put calendar numbers or words on large rings--everything flips. No more boxes/files to store extra numbers or words. Make a few blank cards on the rings too, so you can change things up when necessary.

For a "surprise" movement/dance when you need something to fill time. Would be easy to put in a can and have a student pick one out. Use rhythm patterns for student to clap, or sing intervals, or name tempo markings, etc.

Here are some fun ideas for Brain Breaks! - love the use of popsicle sticks to decide the brain break!

Newell's Nook features this colorful poster with the acronym MATH: Mistakes Allow Thinking to Happen. It is a tool for teachers who teach growth mindset in their classrooms and support students in seeing the power of mistakes in the learning process. It's a reminder that all mathematical thinking is valuable and can help us learn!

Newell& Nook features this colorful poster with the acronym MATH: Mistakes Allow Thinking to Happen. It is a tool for teachers who teach growth mindset in their classrooms and support students in seeing the power of mistakes in the learning process.

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