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Elementary Classroom Rules: have students come up with rules they think our important on the first day, have your own

Elementary Classroom Rules: have students come up with rules they think our important on the first day, have your own

Teaching Blog Central is your source for all teaching blogs, all day long which are divided up into specific grade levels just for you!  If you follow each of the linked images below, you will find a different website that has a blog roll which includes blogs that are primarily geared toward that specific grade level, with a few collaborative blogs thrown in for good measure.  Now, you can see blogs and posts that are most relevant to you and they are all in one place!  Yay! Feel free to…

Teaching Blog Central is your source for all teaching blogs, all day long which are divided up into specific grade levels just for you! If you follow each of the linked images below, you will find a different website that has a blog roll which includes blogs that are primarily geared toward that specific grade level, with a few collaborative blogs thrown in for good measure. Now, you can see blogs and posts that are most relevant to you and they are all in one place! Yay! Feel free to…

Yearly binder - organize information on students each year, lesson plans, and maybe include places for extra notes to remember while planning for the following year.

Yearly binder - organize information on students each year, lesson plans, and maybe include places for extra notes to remember while planning for the following year.

How Do I Teach "That Kid?" - A few  strategies to consider when dealing with challenging students.

How Do I Teach "That Kid?" - A few strategies to consider when dealing with challenging students.

I'm a huge fan of using cards for math practice... Guess the Addend or Factor was one of my student's favorite games.

I'm a huge fan of using cards for math practice... Guess the Addend or Factor was one of my student's favorite games.

I want to use these like I used to use "Caught Being Good" tickets. I might also write, "Habit: 1, 2, 3...7" so I can circle which habit. However, it might be easier to keep it general! Or, I could circle the number and the kids could have a 7 habits "BINGO" board and get a reward when all are filled.

I want to use these like I used to use "Caught Being Good" tickets. I might also write, "Habit: 1, 2, 3...7" so I can circle which habit. However, it might be easier to keep it general! Or, I could circle the number and the kids could have a 7 habits "BINGO" board and get a reward when all are filled.

"If I Were a Thanksgiving Turkey..." New blog post at Mrs. Beattie's Classroom!

If I Were A Thanksgiving Turkey....

Lakeshore’s Behavior Management Pocket Chart makes it easy to monitor classroom behavior—for up to 30 students!

Lakeshore’s Behavior Management Pocket Chart makes it easy to monitor classroom behavior—for up to 30 students!

Reaching For A New Potential by Oren Mason M.D. - "Dr. Mason has written a superb book which provides a unique combination of insights into adult ADHD blending together the substantial expertise he has from treating hundreds of adults with ADHD as their physician but also as an adult with ADHD himself and the trenchant insights that provides to him. Useful science-based information and recommendations and crackling with wit and wisdom." Review by Russell Barkley, PhD ($16.00)

Reaching For A New Potential by Oren Mason M.D. - "Dr. Mason has written a superb book which provides a unique combination of insights into adult ADHD blending together the substantial expertise he has from treating hundreds of adults with ADHD as their physician but also as an adult with ADHD himself and the trenchant insights that provides to him. Useful science-based information and recommendations and crackling with wit and wisdom." Review by Russell Barkley, PhD ($16.00)