Brain Breaks to use in your classroom!
NOW...Complete with Directions for each Brain Break Activity!!!
There are 38 brain break ideas included and two blank pages to create your own.
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Human Body Internal Organs Notes
Colorful and concise!
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This is a project for students to create a diorama of one scene of their choosing from the novel Hoot, written by Carl Hiaasen. Students create a shoebox diorama and then orally present their finished product to the class.
In every group project, students should be held accountable individually for their contributions. What better way to foster an appreciation for collaborative participation and effort than to have peers rate one another.
Use this Group Work Peer
This Editing Checklist is a great tool to use within the classroom and helps students take accountability for their own work and helps reinforce the need to put forth their best effort on each and every assignment!
Classroom Organization Signs...for all of that paperwork that we inevitably end up with each day (and from year-to-year!)!!
The signs are in black and white but look GREAT printed on color cardstock. Slide into a sheet protector or laminate for
Use this reading log to help your students track their daily reading. Assign as homework to strengthen the communication between home and school. This is also a great reminder to help students reach their AR goals!!
As a Word document, you will be
Parents love to help but sometimes just don't know how they can be the most helpful. Use this form to let parents know the ways that they can assist in your classroom! Trust me, you will be VERY thankful for their assistance.
What do your students thinking about writing? (In general and personally?) Find out by using this simple yet effective writing questionnaire to get a better idea of what your students are thinking about writing!
Great first week activity!!
IEP Parent/Guardian Questionnaire to be sent home prior to the IEP Meeting in an effort to collaborate between home and school while writing the Individualized Education Plan for students in your classroom.
*Available to you as a Microsoft Word