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Megan | Literacy Specialist’s Instagram photo: “👥Peer conferencing is so important. When beginning the process, I have always given my kiddos sentence stems to help make the conference…”
This helpful anchor chart is quick to make and provides sentence stems and a sequence for your students to have successful conversations with each other. Perfect for ESL kiddos or for building a routine with students beginning the conferencing process. #anchorchart #peerconference #writingworkshop
The First Week in First Grade
First week survival kit for elementary school | first week of school, back to school elementary, getting to know you activities, get to know you activities, ice breakers, first week lesson plans, first week of first grade, first week of elementary, lesson plan ideas, first grade lesson plans
Jenn Chin | First Grade on Instagram: “Welllll my formal observation is tomorrow so I should probably change my objectives that have been hanging up since the first week of…”
Welllll my formal observation is tomorrow so I should probably change my objectives that have been hanging up since the first week of…
Teachers' Favorite Classroom Management Strategies that Work
What are your tried and true classroom management strategies that work across most grade levels? These are some of teachers'' favorite classroom management strategies as they take little effort to implement and are a foundation to a good relationship with students.
9 Guaranteed Ways to Stop Students from Blurting Out | The Pinspired Teacher
For the Kid Who Blurts Out Talkin Token behavior intervention: Give a student 1-3 tokens during a whole class discussion. Each time the student participates (or blurts out) they hand over a token. Once they're out, they're out! If they are doing exceptionally well, they can get their tokens back and continue participating appropriately. Talkin Tokens by The Pinspired Teacher | Classroom Management Ideas | Blurt Alert | Talkin Tokens
Back to School Flipbook for Meet the Teacher Night
Back to School / Parent Night / Open House Flipbook - an easy way to get important information to parents for Meet the Teacher or Parent Night at the beginning of the school year. All text is editable! Includes detailed instructions with photos for easy assembly.
FREE Editable Back to School Parent Handbook Flipbook
EDITABLE & FREE * Parent collaboration and involvement is such a key element in a successful classroom. Knowing that I really wanted to get my parents involved this year, I needed something for Open House / Back to School Night that the parents could take home and have information at their fingertips. I filled out the information, printed, and assembled! To add another touch, I put sticky magnets on the back so parents can hang it on their fridge and actually use it!