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End of Day Questions - able to identify what they didn't understand, what they need to work on, etc.

End of Day Questions - able to identify what they didn't understand, what they need to work on, etc. I think these would be great (a little different though) for insight/self reflection for higher level cog

Morning Meeting Questions

Morning Meeting Questions

Brag Bracelets are an awesome classroom management tool and have been super popular in my classroom. Students work hard to earn them and are super excited when they receive one! I particularly love the fact that students get to take them home which helps to create a positive teacher/parent communication channel. This pack includes 24 different BLACK AND WHITE brags bracelets to use for multiple occasions. I print them on bright colored paper and they look super cute!!!

Brag Bracelets - Ink Friendly Black and White

Brag Bracelets are an awesome classroom management tool and have been super popular in my classroom. Students work hard to earn them and are super excited when

Love This !!!! Definitely doing this for my classroom! I'm Done!  Now What Jar for early finishers by daisy

Love This ! Definitely doing this for my classroom! I'm Done! Now What Jar for early finishers. Could do this for almost any age group, just change the activities in the jar that are appropriate for that age!

Creative Ways to Line Up Your Class - Freebie includes quick reference cards for the teacher

Creative Ways to Line Up Your Class - Freebie includes quick reference cards for the teacher Or ways to group people for ice breakers

End of Day Questions - able to identify what they didn't understand, what they need to work on, etc.

Question/Brain Break Bundle

end of the day questions that don't have to deal with school. can be good for students that just need to take a break from school and talk with each other and the teacher. helps with the culture of the classroom

STEM Bins: Hands-on Solutions for Early Finishers.  STEM Bins are plastic school boxes filled with an engineering manipulative of your choice, such as Legos, pattern blocks, base ten blocks, unifix cubes, toothpicks and playdough, or popsicle sticks with velcro on the ends.  The boxes also contain small sets of task cards on metal rings that picture a variety of basic engineering structures.

STEM Bins: Hands-on Solutions for Early Finishers

This site has great ideas from teacher who are just setting up their classrooms or who are looking for a change of any sort. :)

37 Insanely Smart School Teacher Hacks

Tip: Absent Bin to place missed work inside the folders (which are labeled days of the week). Also have a sign off sheet to verify that the absent student received the work.

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