Behavior Chart Owl and Chevron 7 levels of behavior tracking for a owl and chevron classroom -Outstanding -Great Day -Good Job -Ready to Learn -Think About It -Teacher Choice -Parent Contact Connect these levels together vertically, use clothespins for
Tired of the same old boring spelling homework and activities for kids? Here are 75 FUN Ways to Practice Spelling - writing & fine motor, gross motor, oral, games & online fun! Help kids learn those spelling words in a fun, meaningful and memorable way!
This might seem elementary.but I love the quiet spray idea! Very cool teacher ideas on this site. Quiet spray has nothing in the bottle but air. This may be the smartest classroom management tool I have ever seen.
I would use these in my classroom after teaching contractions. I would divide students into groups and have each group create different contraction kites, then have them share and hang from the ceiling as reminders!
This activity helps kids learn sight words while also developing fine motor skills. To increase the level of complexity, challenge kids to build sentences out of these words! (Idea from Kinder Journey.) What wonderful way to work on sight words!