Time filler activities
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Working as a relief teacher, I need to have a full bag of tricks to keep the children motivated and engaged throughout the day. That's when some handy, no prep, 5 Minute Fillers come in handy! Here a
Yvonne Watt saved to Teaching Ideas
Time filler games are a necessity in the classroom! Don’t you hate those awkward few minutes between activities we all have with our students? You know, when everyone’s packed up and just waiting for the bell to ring, or when there are only four minutes before lunch, or the lesson you planned went much more...
Vicky Barch saved to Teaching Ideas
The Secret to Classroom Time Fillers! It doesn’t happen very often, but nothing is worse than having five or ten minutes left in class….when you are finished with your lesson. What about transition times? Sometimes teachers just need a time filler. The term “time filler” gets a bad rap, but let’s face it, there is a […] Read more...
Dawn Johnson saved to Beginning of the School Year
What to do when your schedule has the tiniest gap and there's not enough time to accomplish much? Classroom time fillers from teachers who've been there.
CaoiTeaching saved to X TRANSITIONS
Quick Go-To Activities for the Classroom | Quick Time Filler Activities
Jessica Earnest saved to School Stuff
These educational time fillers are perfect for upper elementary and include literacy, math, technology, and "just for fun" ideas too.
Elizabeth Cooke saved to STEM
Your lesson ends 5 minutes early. What do you do in that time? Discover some perfect 5 minute time fillers for those few extra minutes in your school day.
Becky Simmons saved to Classrooms
Guess Who? Cards are a simple time-filler activity for those times that you need to fill about 5 minutes before recess or lunch, or the end of the day. This activity also strengthens sense of belonging and community in the classroom. See this blog post for a brief explanation of how you can get started in your classroom.
“Everybody stop! Look what the time is… and go!” This is just one of the many things you will hear in our classroom when we are learning about time. How do you feel about teaching time? Is it something you love or dread? I’ll be honest, I never got excited about pulling out the little […]
Linda Meinhold saved to Math Ideas
A teacher's nightmare – unfilled time that's too short for a full lesson! Here's our top 6 ideas to fill in time in upper elementary classrooms.
Leslie Frey saved to Classroom Couture