Charlotte Sagrelius

Charlotte Sagrelius

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Reflexology by understanding the theory of ten invisible zones in the body, location of various reflex points in hands, feet and other parts of the body and the technique of applying pressure on these points. http://www.guruofreflexology.com/brief-reflexology/chart-of-reflexology-reflexology-chart/

Reflexology by understanding the theory of ten invisible zones in the body, location of various reflex points in hands, feet and other parts of the body and the technique of applying pressure on these

Printable Chart for display or project for students allowing a visual of what months are in what seasons. An arrow moves to show not only what month you are in but also what season. Printable pages come in color for quick assembly or black and white to allow students to color and decorate themselves.

4 Seasons Printable Chart (visual of what months are in what seasons ;arrow moves to show not only what month you are in but also what season; printable pages come in color or black and white) change to Aussie seasons ;

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Instead of I Can't-I love this! I would also add to the top IDK as they think it is allowed when I say they can't answer with "I Don't Know"

Make an “I’m Done!” cup so that early finishers aren’t bored. | 37 Insanely Smart School Teacher Hacks

(via Team Vs First Grade Fun: Im Done Cups) Students pick a stick from the Im Done cup and work on an activity when they are finished with their work. Teachers can range the activities depending on the grade.

Have a self-service spot for kids who were absent. | 37 Insanely Smart School Teacher Hacks

Tip: Absent Bin to place missed work inside the folders (which are labeled days of the week). Also have a sign off sheet to verify that the absent student received the work.

Create a turn-in bin with clothespins that are labeled with each student’s name. | 37 Insanely Smart School Teacher Hacks

Create a turn-in bin with clothespins that are labeled with each student's name. Students turn their clothespin upside down so teacher knows who has not turned it in yet.