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WANT SO BADLY!!!!I do this for my teaching life and it works. Beginning of each semester I write each lesson & test on a post-it. If you need more time or are absent, just move notes around. You can even use the same post-its from year to year. After a lesson I try to jot some notes about what worked and what needs work. This helps the next yea as ot serves as an informal journal.

WANT SO BADLY!!!!I do this for my teaching life and it works. Beginning of each semester I write each lesson & test on a post-it. If you need more time or are absent, just move notes around. You can even use the same post-its from year to year. After a lesson I try to jot some notes about what worked and what needs work. This helps the next yea as ot serves as an informal journal.

Add It Up! - maybe write sums to 20 and students have to give you a number sentence for the sum their right thumb touches.

Add It Up! - maybe write sums to 20 and students have to give you a number sentence for the sum their right thumb touches.

math journals - I'm surprised by such a simple idea! I'd always thought of journals for other subjects - but one for Maths - novel!

math journals - I'm surprised by such a simple idea! I'd always thought of journals for other subjects - but one for Maths - novel!

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