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Keep these 15 ready-to-print cards tucked away in your desk for an occasion when a student surprises or impresses you! This is quick and easy way to show your students you care about them and notice when they do something special.

Keep these 15 ready-to-print cards tucked away in your desk for an occasion when a student surprises or impresses you! This is quick and easy way to show your students you care about them and notice when they do something special.

Fun and easy activity for back-to-school: use a beach ball to get to know your new class! Blog post by Jessica Lawler @ Joy in the Journey

Fun and Easy Get-to-Know-You Game!

Fun and easy activity for back-to-school: use a beach ball to get to know your new class! Blog post by Jessica Lawler @ Joy in the Journey

Are you teaching your students about growth mindset? These books by Kobi Yamada can help!

Growth Mindset Picture Books

Gingerbread themed literacy center/activity based on CCSS Conventions of Standard English for grades K-2.Students can play this sorting activity ...

Gingerbread Nouns, Verbs and Adjectives Sort with Posters

Gingerbread themed literacy center/activity based on CCSS Conventions of Standard English for grades K-2.Students can play this sorting activity ...

Think this would be great to create a review station for students based on TEKS/objectives they need to work on based on assessment data.

Think this would be great to create a review station for students based on TEKS/objectives they need to work on based on assessment data.

Daily Writing Center menu/ideas for each day of the week!    My students LOVE going to writing centers now! $

Daily Writing Center Menus with how to posters and follow ups

Daily Writing Center menu/ideas for each day of the week! My students LOVE going to writing centers now! $

Basically, you pick a Secret Student at the start of the day and put his or her name on a certificate like the one pictured below (which you can get for free by clicking here). Don't tell your students who the Secret Student is. At the end of the day, if the student had a good day, reveal his or her name to the class. He or she gets to take the certificate (and possibly a small prize) home. If not, don't reveal the child's name, just say that the Secret Student was not having a great day but…

Basically, you pick a Secret Student at the start of the day and put his or her name on a certificate like the one pictured below (which you can get for free by clicking here). Don't tell your students who the Secret Student is. At the end of the day, if the student had a good day, reveal his or her name to the class. He or she gets to take the certificate (and possibly a small prize) home. If not, don't reveal the child's name, just say that the Secret Student was not having a great day but…

I did this at Back to School night and attached the poem to a sugar cookie- definitely a reuse for next year.

I did this at Back to School night and attached the poem to a sugar cookie- definitely a reuse for next year.

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