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"secret" hand signals to have students SHOW you what they need. Each finger means something different, so the teacher can differentiate what kids need when there are 7 hands raised! Great classroom management technique for nonverbal communication. Classroom Procedures, Classroom Rules, Classroom Behavior, Classroom Design, Future Classroom, Classroom Decor, Classroom Environment, 4th Grade Classroom, Kindergarten Classroom

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Teaching resources, activities, games, & worksheets for the K-2 classroom. Classroom management & organization tools.

 Strategies for Early Finishers. Link in comments anthony Trotta I think this is great for a kindergarten classroom. First Grade Classroom, Classroom Behavior, Classroom Setting, School Classroom, Classroom Activities, Future Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Decor Primary, Kindergarten Classroom Setup

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1 minute dismissal checklist // idea: hang list of steps student need to do upon entering and exiting classroom on anchor charts on walls to keep up all year 5th Grade Classroom, Classroom Posters, School Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Future Classroom, Classroom Rules, Classroom Checklist, Teacher Checklist, Classroom Door Signs

Ideas for 2014-2015 classroom (from Pinterest!)

July 4th has come and gone, which means my mind has turned to school. I’ve got a busy month ahead of me…working at a community camp in Hesston, APSI training in Tulsa, a family reunion …

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10 Ways to Prepare Your Child for Kindergarten

10 Ways to Prepare Your Child for Kindergarten You have seen this before, I know. You have tried to get the word out to parents exactly what should be worked on at home to prepare for Kindergarten. Needless to say, these skills are not mastered BEFORE Kindergarten. They are worked on before, during, and after Kindergarten. I like to put this on my parent website so that Moms and Dads can see what they need to do with their incoming Kinder. Because the year is fresh, parents are more likely…

Teach Your Child to Read - Phonics Intervention Binders for Guided Reading and RTI reading intervention… - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. Reading Groups, Reading Strategies, Guided Reading, Teaching Reading, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Resources, Reading Intervention Classroom, Reading Intervention Kindergarten, Comprehension Strategies

Reading Intervention Phonics Word Work Fluency Binders Bundle Distance Learning

Intervention activities are important ways to build and strengthen students’ skills. This Intervention binder bundle is a NO PREP- PRINT & GO resource! Print it out, place it in a notebook and students are ready for learning! Move students from reading individual sounds to onset and rimes to whole words to sentence reading to paragraphs!! This resource is packed with activities that are great for small groups and intervention times! Binders available individually or as a bundle!

Task how we can manage behavior by having them think about what they have done wrong or right. This is a great way for students to self reflect on their behavior. Has the added benefit of sneaking in some good reading/writing and drawing practice as well. Classroom Behavior Management, Behavior Plans, Student Behavior, Behaviour Management, Behavior Charts, Behaviour Contract, Individual Behavior Chart, Behavior Sheet, Classroom Behaviour

Good News and Bad News

I love to read teaching blogs. I come away from them feeling inspired and enthused about what I am doing. However, occasionally I will read a post and feel a little depressed. You see, when everything in so-and-so's classroom is all rainbows and sunshines and academic excellence and you feel your own teaching is still a work in progress it can kind of weigh you down. This post is not about rainbows and sunshines. Well, just a little bit. Most of it is about management problems...yikes! Let's…