Archive for the ‘Teachers Pay Teachers’ Category

Job Applications for Student Classroom jobs

In the beginning of the school year I set up my classroom to reflect the Maryland Financial literacy standards. I feel that more than ever, students need to be financial literate when they leave the school system and enter the work force. Listed below are the standards; they are for grades 3-12. Standard 1: Make…

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Seek Treasure in a Good Book!

Check out this freebie to help you students check out books from your classroom library and also so you know where your books go. =-) To download this product, visit my TPT site! Happy Friday!  

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Clock Numbers! *Freebie Friday*

Use these quick and easy clock numbers to label your classroom or at home clock. This is a great way to start your students on the “right hand” when learning how to read time. You can download them on my TPT site here! Enjoy this Freebie Friday and check out more every friday at Fair…

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Behavior Smilies!

Use this FREEBIE to cut out and laminate for a students desk that needs the visual cue of how he/she is behaving. This has really helped with some students that need to be constantly reminded that they are on green or even better, big smile green. They also need a visual to help them see…

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Broken and Sharpened pencils

I want my students to sharpen all of their pencils before or after school. However, I need them to have pencils ready to learn as well. I have created a quick way to show of my pencils are ready for use (I’m Sharp, Borrow Me!” or “I’m Broken, Please sharpen me!”   Click here to…

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Discussion Dice

Here is a great way to add verbal discourse and critical thinking questions into your school day. Print off these ‘Discussion Dice’ papers on my TPT page and then slip them into a plastic sheet protector or one of those hard plastic magazine holders. Put one at each of the students tables and read each…

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All About Me Bag

Welcome back to school! Here is a nice way to get to know your students better. Have them collect five small items to fit in a brown paper bag to share about their lives. This is a great way to have your students practice speaking and listening with each other. Visit my TPT site to…

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Welcome Back Bag

My new awesome teammate showed me this new great idea! A welcome back bag for students. It is to be put together and ready for them on their desk the first day of school. All you need is… brown paper bags or plastic if you would like sharpened pencils small cap erasers cotton balls stars…

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Let’s “SPRING” into a GREAT school year!

I found these awesome slinkies at a yard sale… yeah, if you know me, you know I love a good yard sale! They were brand new and a bright neon color! You can find similar slinkies here, some as low as $0.24 each! Then I thought of a cute saying to welcome my Third graders back…

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7 Up Lifting Ways to Start the School Year

I am the mentor of my school and at the beginning of every year I meet with the new teachers. I also meet with them frequently throughout the year. Today I met all the new teachers at my school and wanted to make sure they felt welcome. I packed a few snacks and some chocolate…

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Classroom Job Name badges

Buy these awesome pirate themed name tags (fits in an Avery template label holder- 2945) to have the students wear their job for the day or week. These print and fit into a plastic badge holder perfectly. Visit my TPT site to download them today! You can also just cut them out and laminate them to…

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I wish I had SMORE time with you!

Here is another couple great end of the year gift ideas. I wish I had SMORE time with you! Grab a small bag and add in a couple marshmallows, some graham cracker and a chocolate bar. Then print off the attached pdf. on my TPT site and use some fun craft scissors to cut them…

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End of the year gift ideas!

Need to get your students something for the end of the school year? Grab a piece of sidewalk chalk and a small bouncy ball and throw them in a snack sized ziploc baggie. Then print these tags off and staple them on. BINGO! You have a cute and easy gift for each of your students….

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