Tips to help students who have trouble finishing their work. I can think of so many kids this would help!
I love this idea to always have something for students to work on. Students always work at difference paces so it is important to always have the students engaged so they don't disrupt the rest of the class who is still working.
This is "a little self-assessment flip chart. I have made one for each student and it will sit on the corner of their desk. It is small enough that it won’t be embarrassing for the student but it’s big enough that I can see at a glance who is having trouble with the topic and who is doing fine..I hate nothing more than to have a student get skipped over in daily work time because they seem to be getting the work but then a test/assessment
a pictoral and written expectation chart of classroom behaviors to help reduce frustration in students. It would be great for behavioral management and for students who have behavioral difficulties or disorders to self monitor.
Love this! An anchor chart of sorts. Where could I put this other than the door? - or maybe the door would work. Could also have students make a mini version of this with electrical tape on a piece of paper.
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DIY highlighter sticks - for my readers who have trouble focusing
Theme in Literature: Anchor Chart. Great way to have students show text evidence for choice of theme in books they have read.
Motivational Chart: I place recent pictures of students working hard next to this quote! Students love to see themselves and work hard to
Writing - What a great idea for students to display their published work! Also, gives a visual of who is still writing and who is ready to
A chart were students post inferences on sticky notes under their names. Helps with assessment and who is getting it.
Awesome tips for college students who procrastinate and who also have busy schedules!
Marzano: "This is probably one of my favorite things for my classroom so far. It’s a little self-assessment flip chart. I have made one for each student and it will sit on the corner of their desk. It is small enough that it won’t be embarrassing for the student but it’s big enough that I can see at a glance who is having trouble with the topic and who is doing fine. I might not use it for every lesson, but I do think that if I get the kids
“I Have, Who Has” Thanksgiving Jokes Edition will have your students laughing while practicing their reading and presentation skills.
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Tips to use with students who like to argue, this will work for mothers of children that like to argue too
From website: Every second Friday or so, I take the last 30-60 minutes of the day to have "Ketchup and Pickle Time". Underneath the ketchup card I write down the names of students who have work to "catch up" on. If they have more than one piece to do, I might write a number beside their name. If a student has no work to complete, they become a pickle and can "pick something quiet to do" (drawing, card games, reading, etc.)
Have students explore 5 different songs at home, and choose 1 to look up lyrics. Have them make this 3 column chart on an index card.
classroom choice board for students who finish work early | ideas for early finishers, classroom organization ideas, choice board ...
Tip to help students who rush through their work plus FREE The Lightning Thief packet.
This is a fun game to play with students who are learning how to add. Once the students have been taught how to play the game it can be
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This is a great motivating game for your primary students who are learning to skip count by 2's. Have your students visit your math center