Loretta Morris
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Students will love these interactive sight word books. Great for word work! Pre-Primer, Primer, and 1st Dolch Lists available. Buy individual or buy the bundle.

Students will love these interactive sight word books. Great for word work! Pre-Primer, Primer, and Dolch Lists available. Buy individual or buy the bundle.

Printable bracelets with a positive note for parents. FREE on Teachers Pay Teachers

Could make a bunch of these in Spanish, laminate them, and send them home on the wrists of kids who speak Spanish or behave well in Spanish class.

Cute Happy Go Home Note! BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT SUPPLEMENT PACKET FOR CLIP CHART - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Remake to .this is me being awesome.note for reflection when praised for clip chart Behavior Management Supplement Packet for Clip Chart.

The cool down spot

Positive classroom discipline: "Cool-Down Spot." I love this idea! I hate the phrase 'time out', especially since i'm not their parent! So this would work for me!

Great supplemental packet for the Clip Chart in my class! Behavior Management Supplement Packet for Clip Chart

E is for Encouragement: Great supplemental packet for the Clip Chart in my class! Behavior Management Supplement Packet for Clip Chart

behavior management idea... i could rework this to make this work for middle school

Floating Down the River: Behavior management - see the website for the Good Behavior poster that coincides with this form.

Fun and motivating way to help students learn their math facts

An Apple For The Teacher: My Students are Kicking Their Math Facts & Learning Them Too! Fun and motivating way to help students learn their math facts! Could be done with addition/subtraction for younger kiddos.

Fun way to practice making words! You could also give students a limited number of letters and a focus vowel, then see how many rhyming CVC words they could make!

Spelling Fun way to practice making words! Explore spelling with playdough. Partner students and have one read the word to the other. The student listening has to stamp the word into the playdough using single letter stamps.