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30 websites that are fun for kids...or me. (Lite bright is one of them!) @Jeana Tardiff I think your kids might like a few of these!

Instant Data - Create strips of paper with the numbers of the test problems. As you go over each answer, kids color in the square if they have that question wrong. When finished, tape each strip into a manila folder. INSTANT data!!! You can clearly see which problems you need to review with students.

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When my high school students ask a question no one in the class knows (including myself), they can put it up on the Google Board. Students can bring back a written answer to one of the questions of their choice each week for extra credit, or whatever incentive you choose. They get really excited when a question comes up that they can put on the board and find out the answer to later...

Your Job -vs- My Job: This is a great back to school activity. We met up at the small group table and discussed jobs that students might have, and the jobs a teacher has to do. We discussed what would happen if we didn't do these things? Once we created our anchor chart we all signed it as a contract reminding ourselves of the importance of being responsible and doing our jobs in the classroom.