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I put these up at work every week! Feels good ~ highly recommend :)

Compliments poster and Gratitude Board - great ideas for a waiting room or group room! kind over matter: How to Rock Kindness at Your Day Job + Free Compliments Poster (The Break Room Edition)

technology rocks. seriously.: Sayings & Posters & Quotes OH MY! {Part 7}

"Mistakes are proof that you are trying." Love this quote. Think it's a great one to share with children that are hard on themselves when they make mistakes. Recognise their effort.

#AntiBullyingWeek

Lots of people today need to really THINK before they speak. Too many people have forgotten how to be kind and speak with respect. The saddest part for me is that children are watching and learning how to imitate the same behavior.

classroom desktop behavior - Google Search

I think it's important to have classroom rules and expectations up around the classroom so the students have reminders about acceptable behavior. I would probably hang this by a group work area in a classroom for a younger grade.

I Can Do It Boards - Classroom Decorating Here I Come

my own twist on things: daily objective dry erase boards.not just for teachers! also a good idea for homework each subject is separated just like in their agenda books

Again: is there a way to do this un-condescendingly for high school seniors? They need it. A lot.

End of the Day Dismissal Checklist. I think I would make this the 5 minutes before dismissal checklist. 1 minute is just not enough time for kids these days!

Great way to get students involved in helping the classroom staying clean. Beautiful and colorful!

Help Wanted bulletin board. Pockets with classroom job descriptions. Write student names on craft sticks and place them in appropriate pocket. Fun and easy way to switch up student jobs throughout the year.

Great way to get students involved in helping the classroom staying clean. Beautiful and colorful!

Help Wanted bulletin board. Pockets with classroom job descriptions. Write student names on craft sticks and place them in appropriate pocket. Fun and easy way to switch up student jobs throughout the year.

These colorful fraction kites will brighten up your room/boards! It's simple - you have the kids choose five colors they want to use on their kite grid. They make their own design. After, on the ribbons, they have to find what fraction of the kite is the corresponding color.

These colorful fraction kites will brighten up your classroom and bulletin boards while reinforcing concepts of fractions! Directions: Have your students choose five colors they want to use on their kite grid.