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Daily Writing Journal

Wanted to show you what’s been going on in my classroom lately. I was thrilled when my co-worker who has been using my Quick Writes Daily Journal Writing since January told me that she’s thrilled with the improvement her students have made! I’m also thrilled with the amount and quality

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Classroom Behavior Management for Teachers

Student behavior intervention is all about understanding WHY students are misbehaving and what you can do to support your students in controlling their behavior. Have you ever been amazed at how one student can TOTALLY turn your behavior plan and classroom management upside down? Does it sometimes feel like your

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Improve Student Engagement with a Sequencing Activity!

Foldable activities are always a winner with students. This Sequencing Activity is one of my favorite foldable activities to teach! Students begin the lesson confused, and they end up with a much, much better understanding of important events, how the story plot is moved forward, and how to correctly sequence

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What’s in Your Sub Tub?

Do you have an “Extra Time Folder” in your Sub Tub? No? You should! It’s quick and easy to keep filled, and best of all – it’s WIN-WIN for your students and your sub! What’s in Your Sub Tub? Allow me to explain! Sometimes – OOPS – USUALLY – I

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5 Sure Fire Ways to Boost Student Engagement

Use these strategies for student engagement to grab and keep students’ attention today. These simple but powerful strategies will spark enthusiasm in you and every student in your classroom to make this your best year ever! You’re writing on board during class and you hear a loud sigh. You quickly

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Place Value – the Package for Success!

I love this rounding anchor chart for upper elementary classrooms. My students reference it a lot as we’ve been reviewing place value and number sense during math. I hear them reading and repeating the rounding poem at random times during the day – not at all bad! The Rounding Anchor

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