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Want a head start on next year's planning? Why reinvent the wheel? I created file folders for each week and run an extra copy of any resource I use to reference next year on that week. I also jot down notes on a planning template to make planning easier too. Lesson plan template and file labels included in my "Teacher's File Cabinet." Link in profile. #getahead #worksmarternotharder #organization

Want a head start on next year's planning? Why reinvent the wheel? I created file folders for each week and run an extra copy of any resource I use to reference next year on that week. I also jot down notes on a planning template to make planning easier t

Doodle Notes for Unit Rates & Unit Prices - activates both hemispheres of the brain for increased learning, focus, and retention!

Doodle Notes for Unit Rates & Unit Prices - activates both hemispheres of the brain for increased learning, focus, and retention!

Reflecting on Our Weekly SMART Goals

teaching kids SMART (specific, measurable, attainable, rewarding + timed) goal setting and how to set WOW (in one week) goals / grade thoughts

Class reward jar that has different levels so kids stay motivated to get to the top - lots of fun ideas for behavior management on this post

Class reward jar that has different levels so kids stay motivated to get to the top - lots of fun ideas for behavior management on this post I definitely want to try this out with my class you don't know what you got yourselfs into

Hide these Golden Tickets in library books or classroom books that never get read or checked out.  Then reward the student that is lucky enough to discover it!

(If I had a library in my classroom I would do this!) CLASSROOM READING INCENTIVE~ Hide these Golden Tickets in library books or classroom books that never get read or checked out. Then reward the student that is lucky enough to discover it!

Student absences occur on a regular basis throughout the school year, but it can be so difficult to keep those students (and ourselves!) organized and caught up.  Here are some tips to consider when establishing your own routines for handling absences in

Student absences occur on a regular basis throughout the school year, but it can be so difficult to keep those students (and ourselves!) organized and caught up. Here are some tips to consider when establishing your own routines for handling absences in

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Having a daily goal and keeping record of it is a good idea because it gives a chance for the students to see how well they are doing or how much harder they need to work in order to achieve that goal.