So I’m a little late on this one (Better late than never?!) but I’m sharing my daily schedule. This is the schedule I used this school year. I am working on a much better one for next year incorporating Daily 5! Yeah! 🙂 7:45 – 8:30: Calendar Math on SmartBoard, Morning Work (Drops in the Bucket) 8:30 – 10:30: Reading… Read More
Here you will find nifty resources and ideas to help manage and organize your classroom like the superhero that we know all teachers are!
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Every summer I scramble around trying to find the “perfect” planner. I like a planner with a monthly calendar as well as weekly pages. I like a planner that’s cute and colorful. I like a planner that doesn’t have a bunch of useless stuff in it like maps, time zones, etc. I decided to have a go at making my… Read More
Ms. S from The Brand New Pencil is hosting a newsletter linky party so I thought I would join! I send my newsletter home on Fridays. Along with my newsletter I send home a list of spelling words, any papers I have graded, and any notes that need to go home. Below is a copy of my most recent newsletter…. Read More
I use a Behavior Ladder (basically a clip chart) in my classroom to manage student behavior. Students earn dollars (Star Bucks) when they move up and lose dollars if they have to move down. They can use their dollars to buy items from the treasure box or pay to eat lunch in the classroom. This system has worked well for me…. Read More
Short on class lists? These cute lists can help you keep track of homework turned in, field trip or book order money turned in, or be used as a way to keep short notes about your students. Simply print out, add the names of your students and copy as many times as you’d like! I posted this for free on Teachers… Read More