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Students have to write in a log every time they do not turn in their homework on time and explain themselves. This helps teachers keep track of how many times the same student does not do his/her homework, makes students think about why they did not do their homework, and establishes accountability.

No Homework Binder

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Maybe it's time to bring an iPad to the classroom.  One iPad for the class ideas.  This is one of the better list of ideas I have seen.

The Single iPad Classroom

Both of the schools I serve have “Single iPad Classrooms”. The teachers all have iPads, and, on one campus there is a mobile cart of 30 iPads that is shared on a check-out basis. Teache…

Classroom DIY: Whiteboard Tables. Great guide on converting your wood tables into amazing whiteboard tables.

Classroom DIY: Whiteboard Tables - Sprout Classrooms

Classroom DIY: Whiteboard Tables. Great guide on converting your wood tables into amazing whiteboard tables.

I'm done! Now what? FREE PRINTABLES

Freebies! Early Finisher Task Cards & Book Review Form

I usually write a list of activities on my whiteboard for students to work on when they finish early. To save on time, I've created a set of task cards to hang up instead. (I printed them on card stock and attached magnets to the back.) Click on image below to download my set of task cards for FREE! :) The cards include the following activities: * Boggle Words * Boggle Math * Silent Read * Study Sight Words * Buddy Read * Math Games * Reading Games * Spelling 3x Each * Complete Unfinished…

Im done! Now what? FREE PRINTABLES

Freebies! Early Finisher Task Cards & Book Review Form

I usually write a list of activities on my whiteboard for students to work on when they finish early. To save on time, I've created a set of task cards to hang up instead. (I printed them on card stock and attached magnets to the back.) Click on image below to download my set of task cards for FREE! :) The cards include the following activities: * Boggle Words * Boggle Math * Silent Read * Study Sight Words * Buddy Read * Math Games * Reading Games * Spelling 3x Each * Complete Unfinished…

I LOVE how she used her board so that each subject can stay up throughout the day. A genius professor of mine once said that elementary school should not feel like a segmented day, "Ok we're done with that now next is this.." It should flow from one to another. This board organization would really help the flow of the day...

HOW TO DISPLAY ANCHOR CHARTS | Jodi Durgin Education Co.

I had mentioned in an earlier post that while I love making anchor charts with my students AND while I find that they reference them all the time, I don’t always know where to put them. Because real estate is at a premium in any classroom and spots are often already spoken for, I found …

Tips to help students who have trouble finishing their work.

Small Bites and Movement

A few weeks ago, I shared a lesson from my friend, Sandy called, N.O.W. (News of the Week). Click HERE to read more about that lesson. (click on picture) One of the problems with this lesson is it can be overwhelming for students who either aren't on grade level or students who have trouble with focusing. So, the lesson was modified. (click on picture) One way to help students focus better, is to make this flap book: Cut a file folder into strips. The shorter the attention span, the smaller…

Classroom Organization Ideas, chair covers, toy bins, crate stools

Remember the other day when I visited my aunt at her school Gilbert and we gave her a crayon monogram wreath?My kids sure had fun playing around in her classroo

Gingerbread house party ~ Cute class idea

HOLIDAYography: Gingerbread Magic

My incredibly sweet and generous neighbor and friend Meghan hosted a gingerbread party for 8 kids 6 and under last weekend. Of course, it w...

Veteran's Day project!  <3 this idea for the hallway and then off to the Vet's Home!

Not a DULL moment! - Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits

It was parent conference week. Today I felt like I taught a week’s worth just to make up for the disjointed schedule we have been on. On top of the full day of learning, we had a surprise special guest and an observation by my new principal 10 minutes before recess! (I rocked it out- […]

In The News...great idea!

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Funky First Grade Fun has opened a newsstand in her classroom and her students are lovin' in! Kimberly filled a bucket full of different ty...