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Carissa Stuart saved to Phonics
A few months ago, I participated in the first Bright Idea Blog Hop. It was so much fun, love all the great ideas! I shared about using Student Response Cards in secondary and an easy
Natalie L saved to Classroom manager
I am preparing to order our wedding invitations but I need to make it as clear as possible that the names on the envelopes are the ones I am inviting.
Kristen c saved to Invitations
These FREE Student Response Cards are a great way to engage with your students while teaching virtually or in the physical classroom!
Kimberly Rorabacher saved to Shapes preschool
Description Silent Response Cards can be used for ANY SUBJECT and for ANY GRADE LEVEL!!!! No more frustration for students waiting to be called on...they ALL PARTICIPATE! These cards are perfect for warm-up activities, subject matter review, transition times or ice-breaker activities. Silent Response Cards can also be used as a quick pre-assessment of upcoming concepts, or post-assessment tool for concepts just learned. Silent Response Cards also help improve students’ oral comprehension…
Michele Spradlin saved to School
I'm sharing 5 attention signals, perfect for any elementary classroom. Grab a free set of call-and-response callbacks for your own classroom!
Dayna Daneker saved to elementary school
Ways to get your most easily distracted students engaged in the lesson (Grades 6-12)
Kerry Shaw saved to Class Poster
Last year I would count down the minutes to Friday every week…. I can't believe how fast the weeks are going by now. It really is true that time flies when you're having fun. ;) Although, I must have been having too much fun because I am home sick today… I felt bad for leaving my kiddies- especially on treasure box day :-o. I thought I could make it a half day, but when I got to school they took one look at me and sent me home. Two weeks at the school and I am already sick! Lots of OJ, soup…
Alero Allagh saved to Middle school classroom
I'm linking up today with some awesome bloggers to share some "Bright Ideas" for Secondary! I am sure most of you are familiar with the typical response cards. The ones students use to respond to
Amanda Archer saved to Teaching
Keep your reading centers managed well with these easy reading station ideas. Classroom management ideas for the reading block and small group time. Use reading response cards to differentiate your reading response center, and make it easy for students to do centers each week with any book. Many more tips included!
Jerika Price saved to Teaching