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Light energy vocabulary puzzle activities in print and digital formats offer the flexibility your classroom needs. Provides valuable practice with key terms like reflection, refraction, and absorption and includes an assessment. See the full list of vocabulary below. !! Save 20% when you upgrade to our Light Energy Bundle !!What's included in this individual resource?11 Printable vocabulary puzzles for students to match together11 Digital puzzles that students drag and drop to match togetherPrin
This Literacy Centers Daily Work Record form can be utilized for a quick daily reflection in order to help hold students accountable for their literacy center time. It is a quick check for communication between the student and teacher. This record form is intended to be used daily at the end of your literacy center period. It is a quick check. Students record daily what they worked on each day from the following list: Read Independently , Partner Read, Listened to Literature, Worked on Writing,
Do you need a way to encourage the rest of the class to work well independently while you're teaching a small group? These reflection sheets are a classroom management tool to encourage student accountability for positive behavior during center time. As students fill out the short form, they are given an opportunity to reflect on how well they have been working independently during centers. It will also get them thinking about how they can improve their behavior if needed. Use/adapt these sheets
K - 5th
Guide students to think about inappropriate behavior in a calming reflection center. The poster/worksheet activity set encourages students to think about the results of inappropriate actions and the choices they should have made. The activity sheet will independently guide the student to think about, explain, and illustrate the incident. To further reinforce, the activity sheet requires a student/teacher/parent signature when they are done--but this option is completely up to the teacher. =====
This packet has character education worksheets that go with the Creative Teaching Press Character Education books. They cover respect, honesty, cooperation, generosity, responsibility, friendship, perseverance, self-control, compassion, courage and acceptance. You can find the books at: ****You can still implement the center without the books.****
1st - 2nd
Light energy centers, demonstrating the different properties of light such as reflection, refraction, and absorption. Each center asks students to state what they know before the activity, but also to predict what they think will happen, as well as explaining what they observed happening and why they think it happened. After they are done with the experiment, they just flip the "Why It Happened' sheet and it explains how each center involves light and what was happening. Also included are pla
Hold your students accountable during centers such as Daily 5 with this checklist and reflection. Simply have your students fill out their center agenda on Monday morning. They can look back at it throughout the week to see what their task is for the day. Then, have them fill our the reflection page (I copy this to the back of the checklist) on Friday after their last task for the week.I have included a few different options for both the checklist and reflection pages. Use which one works best f
18 Higher order question prompts to help students share what they learned at Literacy Centers, Work Stations or Daily 5! Our primary focus is making literacy centers a richer, more meaningful experience. These cards guide students in that reflection process that is crucial to literacy centers. These cards use the time tested framework of Bloom’s Taxonomy. We use these cards between or after switching literacy centers as a quick way to check in with students. As the year progresses they w
This is a math reflection sheet that can be used after playing any math game or working on any math center. It includes a portion in which students self assess and also where students have the opportunity of peer reviewing. This is a great tool that can be used when solving math problems that are common core aligned.
3rd - 7th
This product contains 1 weekly checklist that students can use to track stations that they have attended and 8 station posters. I laminated each poster and posted at the stations. I also made a copy of poster and put them 4 in a row with 2 rows I used clothespins with students names and put them on a block to mark what station they are at. You may choose to have students select the station they go to or you may want to group students and select the station they go to. I rotate students in groups
PreK - 12th
Reading Centers can be hectic! One way I keep my students engaged and accountable is by using Reading Center Reflections. These simple and effective reflection sheets allow our youngest learner to reflect on how their own behaviors can support their independent learning. I use these in my own classroom daily. After Reading Centers, my students and I color code the Rubric Key and reflect on how their independent work in centers went and what they could do differently to be even more successful to
Spring is here! An easy, colorful, and fun way to teach symmetry to young learners and also older learners. Students color the butterfly wings to make a symmetrical image. Includes an easy version for PK-K, a medium version for 1st-2nd, and a harder version for 3rd-4th graders. Also includes a blank butterfly that they can design!Great center activity or class work.Be watching for the entire series of symmetry coloring activities! Coming Soon!
PreK - 4th
In her excellent book, Guided Math in Action, Dr. Nicki Newton describes her use of reflection sheets for math centers as a means of providing accountability to her students for the work they are to complete in math centers. Being inspired by the information in the book, I have created these three sheets. The sheets increase in difficulty as they progress. You can use the first one to introduce the activity and build up the skill, then use the other forms as the year progresses. They can als
Not Grade Specific
Here you will find 2 poems! Each poem can be used for a student to reflect on their actions! Once they read the poem they can fill out one of the reflection cards that are appropriate for your grade level! Hopefully this will help promote PBS! (Positive Behavior Support) I've printed these out on bright colored paper and had laminated. You can also just print them out and slip them in a plastic sheet protector and place them in a binder and make it into a little center in case!
1st - 5th
During center/workstation time, students need a way to be held accountable for their work. The reality is that teachers don't always have time to meet with all the students in one class period. With these reflection slips, students get to reflect on the work that they did during center time, and it gives the teacher a glimpse into what the student did during that time. The reflection slips have been formatted to fit two per page or four per page.
I designate one student as a "leader" of their group at center time. They are responsible for leading a group reflection on their behavior during centers, using this checklist as a guide.
This can be used in both reading and math centers! In order to keep students accountable, have them reflect on what they learned, whether it be daily, weekly, or as frequently as you choose! It gives all different learners the option to reflect in a way that works best for them- whether it be by drawing writing about what they've learned. Look for my Morning Tub Reflection page as well!
1st - 2nd
Have your students evaluate and rate their effort during math workshop or math centers! This product allows students to evaluate their learning while also making a conscious effort to improve their learning. Forms could be turned in daily or glued into math notebooks. The posters can be used as a guiding tool or anchor charts for students. There are two sets of posters with 5 posters in each set. Four different styles of reflection forms are included. Two are half sheets used daily, two are
1st - 5th
Reflection template for math centers. Laminate or put in dry erase sleeves to use over and over again, or print for students to fill out with pencil!2 versions available
K - 2nd
Literature Circles Adapted for Lower Elementary Grades: Literature Circles make the perfect Book Clubs and are an effective and engaging way to get students invested in reading and they align perfectly with the standards for speaking and listening!I like to think of Literature Circles as a structured book group. After explicit modeling, these groups can become independent. Each student takes on a role that rotates with each meeting. These roles include discussion director, illustrator, word
Do you need science activities that will engage your students, provide reading comprehension practice, and increase their understanding of the science topics? This science bundle includes 63 science centers with passages and comprehension questions. The centers cover a variety of earth science, life science, and physical science topics.About the Science Activities:The questions on the task cards can be answered based on the information from the text. Some may require students to infer or synthes
5th - 6th
Feeling overwhelmed by all the moving parts required to launch Math Workshop? This starter kit helps you organize your differentiated math routines, and boost student independence during your guided math block.With these tools, your organized math instruction can lead to more consistent growth for your students while saving you time on planning, prepping, and grading. This collection of Math Workshop tools has been used in over 6,000 classrooms to help teachers successfully structure their diffe
This Math Reflection Fan resource contains over 100 different math reflection questions and prompts to use for comprehension checks of new concepts learned. They can be used for the reflection section in Interactive Math Journals, as questions to respond to in regular math journals, after problem-solving activities, for oral discussions, in math centers, after new lessons in math, as an end of the unit review, or beginning of the unit diagnostic, or for test preparation. There are 6 different g
Feeling overwhelmed by all the moving parts required to launch Guided Math or Math Workshop? This bundle of tools helps you organize your differentiated Math Workshop routines, and boost student independence during your guided math block. With these tools, your organized math instruction can lead to more consistent growth for your students while saving you time on planning, prepping, and grading. This collection of Guided Math Workshop tools has been used in over 6,000 classrooms to help teacher
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