I love college basketball, especially in March. But not everyone does. No matter the interest in March Madness with Basketball, this competition is for every student! This challenge was made to encourage reading. I am giving my students the month of
A simple way to keep students engaged! Students roll a dice each time to fill in each box. Then students will compare their 3 digit numbers in the bubble. It's as easy as that!
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This year I decided to run with the Olympic theme since it was occurring during our first two weeks of school. I created this Olympic themed behavior clip chart to reward good behaviors and warn bad behaviors. Includes 7 levels- 3 above start and 3
A simple reminder of the rules in the classroom to put on students' desks. Don't worry, they are all worded positively, so it aligns with PBIS! There are four on one page, so only 1/4 of a page goes on the student's desk.
The beginning of the school year can be hard when it comes to finding activities and responses for students to complete while reading, since we haven't taught much yet. Here is a simple reading response that they can do whether you have taught
English Language Arts, Reading, Reading Strategies