Brag Bracelets - Ink Friendly Black and White
Brag Bracelets are an awesome classroom management tool and have been super popular in my classroom. Students work hard to earn them and are super excited when they receive one! I particularly love the fact that students get to take them home which helps to create a positive teacher/parent communication channel. This pack includes 24 different BLACK AND WHITE brags bracelets to use for multiple occasions. I print them on bright colored paper and they look super cute!!!
10 Ways to be a Great Student Chart
Reinforce good student character traits with this 10 Ways to be a Great Student Chart. The eye-catching, colorful chalkboard design is sure to encourage your learners to be the best students they can
Classroom Management Mantra: Poster
Here's our latest high-quality poster that will look great on your Teacher's Room wall and will mativate you (and your fellow teachers) every working day! It's titled 'Classroom Management M
Bubble Gum Quiet System
I have used this is my classroom for three years. It works like a charm. The students love to see how many gum balls they can earn during the given time. I have either set the timer for the full amount of work time or set it for smaller increments of time. As a reward, if they reach the goal, I some...
How I Create and Maintain A Positive Classroom Culture for K-2!
Hi everyone! It's Naomi O'Brien from Read Like a Rock Star! I've noticed a lot of teachers heading back to school, and thought I'd share a few of the ideas I use to create a positive classroom culture. For years, my coworkers chalked my sweet and well behaved classes up to the "luck of the draw", but then they had to admit, it must have been something I was doing. We, the teachers, really are responsible for setting the tone in our classroom. Our children are always watching us and how we…
Must Do / May Do Board -Whatever Wednesday
Today's Whatever Wednesday Topic is: THE MUST DO / MAY DO BOARD I wish I could take credit for this. It has made my role so much easier. ...
The Literacy Effect
A classroom library is the heart of any classroom not just for elementary teachers, but for middle school teachers, too! Below you will find some tips in how to set up, maintain, and use your classroom library across the school year. Tip One: Organize with Book Bins by Genre, Author, and Topic The days of a classroom library meaning taking a bunch of books and sticking them on a shelf are over. It's time to invest in some plastic bins and organize books into categories. The categories I use…
Superhero Voice/Noise Levels
Voice/Noise Level Chart with Superhero Design! So cute! It is also part of my Superhero Bundle. The Voice Level Chart is a quick and easy way to refer to the noise level in your classroom. This clip chart can be used to show your students the appropriate voice level throughout your day! The follo...
The Amazing Super Power of YET! - Fostering a Growth Mindset
Are you trying to build and foster a growth mindset in your classroom? This packet can help get you off to a great start and set the stage for setting goals and monitoring and adjusting them through the school year (and hopefully a lifetime). This can be used for any subject area and really any e...
5 Reasons Centers Work in My Classroom
Hi! I am Jamie from Not So Wimpy Teacher. I am beyond honored to have the opportunity to be a guest blogger for Rachel Lynette. I love to use guided math and reading groups to teach and differentiate in my classroom. This means that my students need to have independent centers that they complete while I am working with small groups. When other teachers