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Encourage students to realize the power of growth mindset and the word 'yet' with this read aloud and free graphic organizer.

from A Day In Our Shoes

New and improved-printable list of strategies (SDIs)

printable list of strategies (SDIs) for your IEP meeting (over 500 and counting!)

Brain Break Freebie...Research has shown that kids need to move in order to keep focusing and learning. However, in my opinion, moving should not be the only goal... A Brain Break is a great opportunity for students work on coordination, flexibility, and spatial awareness, all while having fun. In addition, a good Brain Break may also offer opportunities for problem solving, cooperation, teamwork,...

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Hey Diddle Diddle New Classroom Math Science Poster | eBay

from One Stop Teacher Shop

Free Resources for Non-Fiction Texts

FREE online resources for non-fiction or informational text use in the elementary classroom!

from Adventures of a Schoolmarm

Classroom Rewards that Won't Cost You a Penny!

Classroom rewards don’t have to cost a lot of money Reward coupons for the classroom focus on rewarding students with privileges that make them feel special. Forget prizes! Throw away that treasure box! Students will thrive on the positivity and choices these coupons bring to your classroom. Revolutionize your classroom management with reward coupons that actually motivate your students and teach them the power of intrinsic motivation! Your students will love the variety of choices, and you…

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Writers Workshop - Student Conference "Deli-Style"

I’m a big fan of one-on-one conferencing with students as a way to connect with them and check for understanding. I use this “deli-style” format with students as a fun way to let them know it is their turn to conference with me. Each student is given a ticket (from 1 to how ever many students you have in class) at the beginning of class and meets me at the designated conference area in the room when they hear the “DING!” and their number appears on the projector screen. Kids love it!

from Pocket of Preschool

Peek at my Week: Week 6 & Problem Solving

Set up a safe place in your classroom with visual to support students social emotional needs. Perfect for early childhood.