Attention Getters are essential for strong classroom management. You need strategies for getting the students' attention so you may give directions. This resource will provide you with tips and tools for improving your classroom management using attention grabbers.Strong classroom management skills
Improve reading comprehension! These lessons were designed to provide your students with activities, graphic organizers, and handouts that will teach your students HOW TO GET THE GIST, and improve their overall reading comprehension skills. Perfect to add to your TEST PREP library!Using this Get th
This product includes:
- Multiplication Strategies page | poster
- Count equal groups
- Draw equal groups & repeated addition
- Identify Multiplication expression for Arrays
- Use of a Number line to solve a multiplication
- Multiplication word problems
- Find the missing factor
- Fact families
This is an EDITABLE Social Story for a student who struggles with dealing with anger. It offers nine strategies for things to do when one feels angry in Social Story format. It includes colorful pictures and photos along with words. I have kept this file as a Microsoft Word document so that you can
Do your students give up easily when encountering a problem? Help your students get more grit and develop problem solving skills with STEM Questioning Strategies! Support your students when they get stuck during a STEM challenge by asking the right questions at the right times. Instead of giving awa
What a year it's been in Preschool! Your students have come a long way, and they are so excited and proud of the work they have accomplished. A big transition awaits - Getting Ready for Kindergarten!This anchor chart follows the outline of the TSG Unit for "Getting Ready for Kindergarten" and includ
Compliment your reading of Molly Bang's "When Sophie Gets Angry, Really Really Angry" with these strategy cards.
Each card provides a scenario in which might cause Sophie to become angry, as well as solutions of positive ways to handle being angry.
Intended to have students participate in demonst
I guess you can say this little unit was inspired by my little freebie Take Control of The Test! After I created that, each year I would add more and more activities because the students loved the theme. So here is a little unit with all the activities I have used to get my students ready for standa
Reading Strategy StripsReading Strategy ActivitiesGet Your Mouth Readyis the focus of this pack. PLEASE NOTEIf you are looking for the bundle of strips, please be sure to find those strips by clicking Reading Strategy Sentence Strips BundleThis pack is ONLY for the strategy get your mouth ready.** F
GET is a strategy for identifying multiplication and division fact families. It breaks down the concept of multiplication into an easy acronym for students to learn. You can use it as an anchor chart or put it into a math notebook for quick reference.
G = Groups
E = Each
T = Total
GET = How many g
Are you having trouble with getting students to monitor their thinking while they read to look for confusions, hang-up, and misunderstandings? What student does not enjoy to collect things? Well in this activity, students are challenged to try to collect each tool. These fix-up tools c
This delightful math game will reinforce the "counting on" addition strategy. It can be played whole group in the form of a scoot game or for additional mileage, use it with dri-erase markers with your RTI instruction. Your students can also play the game in math centers. It's just that versatil
Hey! Check out all the ways you can use these cards from this video : https://youtu.be/S2xWqUjaetE
I created these conversation cards to use with students that I wanted (and needed) to connect with when the relationship was difficult. Since then, I have used conversation cards in multiple different
Need a quick lesson for early readers who need to "Get Your Mouth Ready?" How about 5 different lessons? Everything you need is all in one place. Starting with identifying letters and "putting them on your mouth" and progressing to identifying words by "getting your mouth ready." Each card set build
All readers need tools to record, organize and process their thinking about a text. The Reading Toolkit: Blurb Work Strategy is a collection of tools that readers can use BEFORE reading a fiction text.Included are...A minilesson for teaching readers how to use the blurb of a book before reading to
*Teach Your Students How to Write & Score Their Evidence-Based Reading Responses Independently, Accurately, and Consistently.*
This CCQ Teaching Strategies and Scoring Guide: How to Get Maximum Student Results will show you how to focus your teaching on the essential, foundational, higher-orde
The pages in this pack correspond to the book Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson. We use this as a week's worth of reading lessons centered around one book.
This pack includes...
1. Making Prediction
2. Story Elements Flip Book
3. Main Idea and Details
4. Word Meaning
5. Compare and Contr
Use How Santa Got His Job by Stephen Krensky to strengthen your student’s comprehension skills.The resources included in this bundle have been designed with Balanced Literacy in mind. The resources are flexible and can be used for whole group, small group, and independent instruction. So whether you
Do you have gaps in your class? Are you missing the link to bridge instruction with student interest?
Got G.A.P.S.? is your solution. This is a collection of over 100 different games, activities, projects, and strategies for you to use to bridge the gap between instruction and student interest.
This file includes:
- Division Vocabulary and Strategies poster
- The practice of Strategies: Divide into Equal Groups, Repeated Subtraction, Skip Counting, Fact Family, Number Line, Division Patterns, Divide Numbers ending Zeroes, Division Input / Output tables, and Word Problems.
Answer Key is inc
This product is a colorful poster of nine different whens to respond when feeling angry. Each strategy includes a clip art graphic. The strategies include: "take a walk", "find a place to be alone", "draw my feelings", "write about my feelings", "organize my desk", "play with clay", "count to 50 by
Are you having trouble with getting students to monitor their thinking while they read to look for confusions, hang-up, and misunderstandings? What student does not enjoy collecting things? Well in this activity, students are challenged to try to collect each strange and funny creature.