CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT FORM: MISSING STUDENT WORK
Keep track of missing student work by using this free classroom management form. Simply laminate the form, attach it to your desk, and use a dry erase marker to write which students need to submit work. When the assignment comes in, check off their name or erase it completely!
Have your students apply their understanding of 6th grade math, 7th grade math and 8th grade math with these fun math activities including math mazes, math riddles and math coloring activities. Middle School Math Common Core Ratios and Proportional Reasoning (RP), Functions (F), Number System (NS), Equations and Expressions (EE), Statistics and Probability (SP), Geometry (G)
Missing Homework Notes & Tracking Sheet FREEBIE
Missing homework is a common problem for many teachers. Here is a simple system that will hopefully make dealing with it easier. A quick slip to send home to parents and a tracking sheet is all you need.
Classroom Rewards that Won't Cost You a Penny!
Are you searching for a classroom management system that motivates your students without breaking the bank? Academic optimism is the secret ingredient in classrooms that are able to keep students motivated and engaged. These reward coupons are just one way I keep positivity thriving in my classroom!
Optimum Organization Linky - I'm in Heaven!
Use a cover slip when collecting assignments. Grade the assignment, record the grade on the cover slip, then pass the papers back to students. No alphabetizing papers for the grade book.--I also like that I would be able to see at a glance who didn't turn work in...
Spark Student Motivation: Homework Pennant
homework incentive - Each night 100% of the class does their homework, put up a letter in the homework banner. If the class gets every letter in the banner, the whole class wins a no-homework pass!! But if one person doesn't do their HW? The WHOLE banner comes down!
This is called "homeworkopoly." It's basically a game system to get students involved and motivated to do their homework. For example, each day students can roll the dice and move their piece if they have completed their homework. After so many turns around the board, they receive a reward (candy, book, homework pass, etc.)