Fun and Inexpensive Rewards for Students | The TpT Blog
"I think most teachers would prefer a world where all students were intrinsically motivated, but it just isn't an everyday reality," says Storie Belden.
Library Display: Blind Date with a Book
Yep. It's that time of year. Love is in the air. Red roses and cupids abound. And it's time to pick up a blind date with a book. This is a repeat from last year, it was so successful. I guess that makes it a tradition now. I make sure to have selections for all ages, because I think everyone has fun with the idea. Wrapped recommendations include everything from picture books to the popular adult fiction. It's a hit. Give it a try at your library!
Compliment Presents! A Holiday Gift FOR Students, FROM Students
Kids love having the opportunity to give and receive gifts from each other, especially during the holidays. So I took advantage of them. Well not the…
Classroom Escape Room- Perfect for Home Learning: Mission Math
Mission Math: Math Review Escape Room Engage students in a math escape room, while reviewing MAJOR math concepts from 3rd grade!
20 Positive Behavior Rewards that Aren't Food - The Brown Bag Teacher
Working together to meet a goal builds classroom community & encourages teamwork. As a PBIS school, here are our favorite nonfood, low-cost rewards!
Making Thinking Visible with Interactive Bulletin Boards
Use the Tug of War Strategy for making thinking visible: Over the last few years my teaching has been heavily ingrained with inquiry based learning, problem/project based learning and open ended questioning.
End of the Year Awards Your Students Can Color! (Grades 3-6)
Give your students awards they can color themselves! 65 different awards, plus a template you can edit to create your own. Also available with a simpler frame with bigger spaces to color.
LOTS of ways to use grammar fail images in your English/language arts classroom. For grades 5 to 12. #grammarfail #English #highschool #middleschool
Teach Like the Tonight Show: Internet Pop Quiz (Teacher Edition)
Teach Like The Tonight - Internet Pop Quiz (Teacher Edition) - Bring the fun and laughter of Jimmy Fallon and The Tonight Show into your classroom AND your professional development! In this post, I will show you how to use Jimmy’s Internet Pop Quiz as a model for a “Get to Know You,” game with a Googley twist!
Creating a Graffiti Wall in the Classroom - HoJo's Teaching
Create a graffiti wall in the classroom to get students engaged. Learn more: