My school district is a subscriber for Time For Kids. I created a MENU for the students to complete. They need to choose their activities on the MENU that add up to 10 points. This is a great tool for differentiation. You can use this for any
Since I switched to the reading workshop model, I created 2 choice boards for my students to complete during their independent reading time. One choice board is for non-fiction books and the other is for fiction books.
After reading Patricia Polacco's book, My Rotten Red-Headed Older Brother, my students completed a choice board assessment. I had them complete 3 of the activities. This is a great test for differentiation.
This all about me printable is great for the first week of school to get to know your students. Add it to your monster theme collection. I used this last year to go to with the Furry Friends theme.
I created a graphic organizer for my students to complete while they were "shopping" the food circular. One page is for finding the total cost, and the second page is for making change. I put these in plastic protectors and the students used a dry
Welcome! I use Class Dojo in my 3rd grade classroom and created posters to hang up that explains to the students how they can earn and lose Dojo Points. I also included how they can use their Dojo points. This is an editable Word document for you
I started the Daily 5 in my classroom last year and I created a schedule for my students to self regulate which activity they do each day. This was a great tool to keep them organized and lets the teacher know what activities have been completed so
I created a new routine for spelling homework, I was tired of the typical Monday through Thursday homework. I wanted to give my students a choice of what they wanted to do each day for spelling homework. This is great tool for differentiation.