A super hero twist on the getting to know you letter! I always send an info sheet with my student letter at the beginning of the year. The kids attach or draw a picture of themselves in the left box and then turn themselves into a super hero in the right box. They also answer the SUPER statements to tell me a little more about themselves. The super hero art is copyrighted by Scrappin Doodles. The border is from Mixed Up Doodles and the font is from Jennifer Jones. Hope you can use it!
Magnetic pencil nametags made out of large popsicle sticks. I make these every year for my class. Great for keeping track of who has had a turn on the smartboard. Cut the end of the popsicle stick into a point. Paint with acrylic paints, write students names, spray with clear coat, and add magnet strip to back. Great keepsake for students at the end of the school year.
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Editable Printable Gradebook
Enjoy this freebie! Feedback is not required, but greatly appreciated! :) I like to record my grades on paper before entering into online grade book. I type in my student names, print and put in my teacher binder. The width is wide enough to actually write in your
Left at Home & Right Back to School - Take Home Folder Labels IN B&W
This are ready to print on 2 inches by 4 inches shipping labels. I put these in students' take home folder so they know what papers go where. They say "Left at home" and "Right back to school".DON'T FORGET TO LEAVE FEEDBACK!How to get TPT credit to use on future purchases: Please go to your My Purchases page (you may need to login).
Manage Your Computer Lab Like A Boss! Classroom Management for Technology Teachers
Smart computer lab management tips for checkouts, logins, rules and procedures, behavior management, and classroom organization. Plus functional decor ideas to help you manage your computer lab like a boss! A good read for technology teachers and classroom teachers who use a computer lab.
Colored Tape Rows on the Keyboard. "In order for students to access their Google Apps for Education accounts, they need to type keys to login. I wondered how I could help my students with this task. How could my students login without me locating the keys for them? I put colored tape on the left side of my students’ Chromebook keyboards to bring attention to each row of keys."
Free! Need a cute way to keep track of your student usernames and passwords for all your different online programs? Here is a fun way to keep them all in one place! Just print, fill out, and post near your computer stations. Includes 3 variations of the forms and a parent letter to send home as well. Enjoy!