2nd Grade Sandcastle
I saw this online today, and fell in love! I'm not sure who the original writer is to give them credit, but here ya go! If you know, let me know :) I'm going to frame it and hang it in my classroom!
Classroom Doors - Be All You Can... (Picture Heavy Post)
An education blog about teaching third grade math and science and all the crazy things only teachers understand!
2 Classroom Must Haves
As a teacher there are two things that are must haves in my classroom, a positive classroom management strategy (like class dojo!) and a budget friendly classroom organization tip and trick.
I am in love with Class Dojo. Prior to using the site, I used the colorful class clip chart that many of you have seen around the web. ...
Printed Dojo avatars with extras attached. Kids would dig having options to add clipart "gear" of the sorts of things that appeal to them (sports equipment, favorite toys, pets, etc.).
Bouncy Bands- Great Tool for Your Students Who Need to Move! - Make Take & Teach
I love it when we can find a super cheap and efficient way to meet the needs of our students. For students with ADHD we often recommend tools such as sissel seats, therapy balls and fidgets for use in the classroom to allow students to move and, hopefully, maintain attention to instruction. These items […]
Godi, Heather - Special Ed. / Class Dojo
The official website of Denton Independent School District, a public school district in Denton County, Texas, that serves families in 180 square miles.
I like the rewards this teacher used for Class Dojo. This is a good replacement for earning marbles as a whole class. Good incentive to work together as a family!
Class Dojo- Behavior Management Tools
This packet has a lot of different behavior management tools to help run Class Dojo in your classroom, even when you are gone! The items included in the packet are the following: Weekly Goal Sheet Weekly Tracker sheet with DOJO DOLLAR points Weekly Tracker (Positive and Negative points only) * NEW...
Using Class Dojo in the Classroom
Creative teaching tips, ideas, and resources for math, literacy and more *technology tips, inquiry based learning*