When you say "fist to five check" students rate their understanding by holding up the appropriate number of fingers. The goal is for everyone to be in the green. Great way for students to self-assess their understanding and help you to gauge student understanding.
What Stuck With You sign for your classroom. Students use post-it notes to show what they learned and then stick it right on the poster.
This What Stuck With You sign is a great addition for your classroom. Students can write what they learned throughout the week on a post-it note and stick it to the board. This can be a perfect activity to wind down at the end of the day on a Friday afternoon. I have personally used this in my own classroom and the students love this board. They love showing me what they have learned, and it helps to challenge and encourage them to raise their level of learning. I have the students write…
A Formative Assessment Option - Mandy Neal
Does this look familiar? Stack after stack of papers to be graded. I have had many of these stacks. So many in fact that I have felt like I’m drowning in papers. Uggg…..not fun at all! About four years ago, I found a solution to this problem. No more stacks for me! My solution […]
Roll Some Brain Breaks - Your Therapy Source
Get our MOST POPULAR freebie of all time - Roll Some Brain Breaks free. A one-page workout to get students moving in between lessons by Your Therapy Source
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Ruffled Keychain Fabric Key Fob
Finally - a tutorial for my Ruffled Keychain Fobs!! They're a fabric wristlet that hooks to your keys, so you can wear them on your wrist, grab them easily, etc.I have been making these quite