Madeline Tavasz
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Books can be an awesome tool for addressing certain classroom behaviors. Here are some fun readalouds for every behavior from tattling to lying to picking your nose – check out this fun list!   I provided the links for you to see them directly on Amazon if you want to check them out – some links are affiliate links which means I get commission if you buy from the links, it’s no extra cost for you but I just wanted to let you know!   TATTLING Tattling can be a huge issue in elementary school…

Books can be an awesome tool for addressing certain classroom behaviors. Here are some fun readalouds for every behavior from tattling to lying to picking your nose – check out this fun list! I provided the links for you to see them directly on Amazon if you want to check them out – some links are affiliate links which means I get commission if you buy from the links, it’s no extra cost for you but I just wanted to let you know! TATTLING Tattling can be a huge issue in elementary school…

Each group had a cup filled with ten review questions based on what we've learned in math this year. The students worked together to solve the questions one at a time. If they got the right answer, they got to go place one of their sticky notes on the board. (Each team had their own color.) I only gave them four sticky notes total. If...

Each group had a cup filled with ten review questions based on what we've learned in math this year. The students worked together to solve the questions one at a time. If they got the right answer, they got to go place one of their sticky notes on the board. (Each team had their own color.) I only gave them four sticky notes total. If...

Have the students write down a text connections that they make during their independent reading time on a slip of construction paper, share, and then categorize them into the three text connections. Once categorized, connect them to create paper chains:)  I love the visual "connection" picture that it makes in the kids heads. -the {ART} of learning: {Text Connections}

Have the students write down a text connections that they make during their independent reading time on a slip of construction paper, share, and then categorize them into the three text connections. Once categorized, connect them to create paper chains:) I love the visual "connection" picture that it makes in the kids heads. -the {ART} of learning: {Text Connections}

Teaching homophones - Read Dear Deer and list all of the homophones on a chart. Assign different words to students to have them define the words. Then play a game: Each student gets a word taped to their back, and they must get help from their classmates to determine what their word is. The students can only gives them one word adjectives for clues.

Teaching homophones - Read Dear Deer and list all of the homophones on a chart. Assign different words to students to have them define the words. Then play a game: Each student gets a word taped to their back, and they must get help from their classmates to determine what their word is. The students can only gives them one word adjectives for clues.

A fun adaptation of the popular kids card game, War, this math game is perfect for reinforcing and assessing learning about place value.

A fun adaptation of the popular kids card game, War, this math game is perfect for reinforcing and assessing learning about place value.