FIND INSPIRATION (STEAL IDEAS)- Displaying student work on "The Fridge". My students love seeing their hard work displayed and I love being able to point to it on days students aren't giving their best.
It can be difficult trying to figure out cute and creative ways to display student work throughout the school year. If you are having trouble figuring out a fun and easy way to display student work, then this post is for YOU!
I made these cardboard frames to easily display student work in hallway. I used chalk spray paint to write student names. Student picture can go inside the frame for when their is not student work to display
Every year, teachers seem to be taken by surprise by some of their students' work habits. Sometimes, kids just really have never been taught work habits! I share several tips for correcting this problem, as well as a couple of freebies that you can downlo
Do your students have a growth mindset or a fixed mindset? Here are some engaging activities for elementary kids. These lessons are designed as a way to foster a Growth Mindset culture in your classroom with your students. Also Included are bulletin board
UNDERSTAND MOTIVATION-This is a really great worksheet for any grade. It can be an individual activity or with a partner and students knowing what a motivated and growing mind looks like compared to a fixed mindset looks like in the classroom.
9 bulletin board ideas for displaying student work
Keep track of missing student work by using this free classroom management form. Simply laminate the form, attach it to your desk, and use a dry erase marker to write which students need to submit work. When the assignment comes in, check off their name