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So, I just realized that I never posted my classroom pictures. Yes, school started in August and it is now almost February...better late th...

So, I just realized that I never posted my classroom pictures. Yes, school started in August and it is now almost February.better late th.

SPEECH LADDERS! Use these speech ladders in your speech room to show progress and as fun speech room decor! You students will be motivated as they see their own progress, climbing the ladder to successful speech! Speech therapy, speech therapists, SLPs

SPEECH LADDERS! Use these speech ladders in your speech room to show progress and as fun speech room decor! You students will be motivated as they see their own progress, climbing the ladder to successful speech! Speech therapy, speech therapists, SLPs

Angles and their Measurement Poster More

Angles and their Measurement Poster More

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Review fraction concepts with students in an exciting and engaging way with this escape room activity!

Review fraction concepts with students in an exciting and engaging way with this escape room activity!

'Tower of Books' is a fresh alternative to your stuck-in-a-rut reading log. 2-D and 3-D versions, with lots of reading list options! ($)

Replace that hum-drum reading log and Infuse new life into students' independent reading, at school or at home, with the "Tower of Books" Challenge! Perfect for a summer reading challenge or an alternative to the stuck-in-a-rut reading log assignment.

Three different strategies together....Falling Star from Mrs. Bonds Fantastic 1st Graders & sunnydaysinsecondgrade.blogspot.com and from the class teacher who uses Star Cards.  The idea is that they earn 5 star cards (shooting star) to choose a prize from the prize box- existing reward system; 10 stars (great work) to achieve a commendation; time in at break time (I can do better) talking/lines if necessary; Parent contact (Make better choices).  This utilises the schools current system…

At the beginning of every lesson, students begin on the 'Ready to learn' level. Throughout the lesson, students move to different levels when they demonstrate good/bad behaviour.