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a relaxing place to read Here is a creative teaching idea: By turning their chairs over, each student gets their own, relaxing space to read! Repinned by The Sensory Spectrum.

During quiet reading time, just have the kids flip their chairs around and give them pillows to lounge on. Read to self pillows!

Students earn a chance to draw a tile and place it wherever they want. When the prize is completely spelled, the class gets that reward.

Classroom Reward Idea - Students earn a chance to draw a tile and place it wherever they want. When the prize is completely spelled, the class gets that reward.

Make an awesome reading/iPad/whatever corner with an inflatable pool filled with blankets and pillows. OMG I love this SO much!!!!

Readinh nook, fill the pool with fun pillows! Pixie Chicks: Classroom Themes {Ocean} -- reading corner cute idea for a reading spot! they'd have fun with that!

This is pinned to serve as a reminder that I need somewhere to put absent work. Do I want to hang it in folders on the wall? Put in it crates? What the best way since there are 3 DIFFERENT classes?

file folders hanging on wall for extra papers handed out during the week - great for lost work or absent students. love love love this idea, I would have loved this during student teaching!

Isokinetics Inc.™ Exercise Disc/Balance Cushion - 14" Diameter - 10 Colors {Great alternative to having students sit on exercise balls!}

Isokinetics Inc. Brand Exercise Disc / Balance Cushion - 14 Diameter - 10 Colors to Choose From by Isokinetics

5 заламинированных листов А4 на каждый учебный день. На этих листах заранее приписано по какому предмету что будет (сам.ра., Ф.О., С.О. и т.д.) и можно добавить расписание и записывать на них д/з на соответствующий день. как дневник

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link up 5 whiteboards Homework Board.OR keep track of stuff going on at school--pep rallies, sports leaving early, no school days, holidays, etc.

The Best DIY and Decor: Cool idea for parents to see a visual representation of what has been going on all year in the classroom.

This could help teach timelines. Maybe incorporate number line? Print images of activities children do throughout the year to create a class timeline! T's First Grade Class: First Grade Timeline

The Creative Apple: The Privilege Jar #positivediscipline

Could this be one of my rewards? They can draw a reward from the jar? The Privilege Jar: Students create privileges! This might help encourage positive behavior when "spring fever" hits!

Teacherific: DIY Whisper Phones

I used to use a whisper phone! DIY Whisper Phones~ Children use these to hear themselves as they quietly read aloud. This post has great directions and with pictures that explain how to make them with inexpensive materials.

Ticket out the door- perfect for a quick formative assessment!

Make and put on the door - Teach-A-Roo: Ticket Out the Door! This can be used as an exit ticket. You could put critical thinking or math on the door. This gives the students something to do when waiting at the door.