A visually pleasing and clear circular timer for children to see projected onto an interactive whiteboard.
The timer works well in low and high light situations (i.e. summer and winter light) and is clearly visible from any point within the classroom.
I have used it for a variety of reasons:
To to motivate children to complete work, i.e. times table test.
To remind them how long they have to complete a specific part of a lesson
To get changed for P.E.
During assessments for those who may not be able to read a digital or analogue clock to recognise how long they have left.
Has that pile of books been sitting on your desk for over a week? Why not print out some stickers and get sticking! I use a range of stickers to encourage student feedback. It's an excellent way to save some time but also encourage a dialogue. Credit to A. Wilkes for inspiration. You will require various label size papers but there are some standard envelope ones. Sticker sizes include: standard address label, 25x25, 64x64 and others. Comments are appreciated. This paper can be purchased online and put into any printer. Comments are appreciated. Images are taken from Microsoft Office Clip-Art collections and used in line with MS policy.
This PowerPoint includes:
Seating plan templates,
Display posters for Literacy and reading areas (including a range of non- fiction text types and poetic terms), Posters with assessment targets for Reading, Writing and Maths,
Editable tray labels,
Tables to record monitors and table points,
Classroom rules for behaviour,
Display posters and skills tips for an ICT/ Computing area
Prompt cards with useful websites to support Maths, Reading and Spelling
I have been using it and building it up over a few years now and I hope you find it useful too.
This interactive PowerPoint presentation will teach children all about how to be respectful in the library. It provides a child-friendly definition of respect and concrete examples showing kids what respect to yourself, others, the library and things in the library looks like and sounds like.
This presentation is perfect for PBIS, beginning of the year, review or social groups!
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All the items below are also available in a Behavior Lesson BUNDLE
Showing Respect in the Lunchroom Slide Show
Bucket Filling Power Point
Trust Bank Presentation
The Golden Rule and Acceptance
The Importance of Being Honest
Tattling vs. Telling
Snow at School
Lining Up Properly
Know Your Anger Triggers
Keeping Hands and Feet to Yourself
Good Fit Video Games
Dealing with Conflict
Dealing with Anger
Controlling Your Behavior
How to be a Bucket Filler
A Safe Recess
5 Ways to Avoid a Fight
Character Education Notecards
Created in response to my popular Character Education Posters , this set of 15 notecards is perfect to engage your students in cultivating a positive classroom community. These cards print two to a page and can be written for students by students or teachers. There are 30 cards total (15 full color and 15 black line for coloring).
Included in this product:
15 motivational character educations notecards to print and display send home with students. The traits covered are:
*Also included: black line coloring versions of the same quotes.
To use this product:
Print the page (cardstock is great, but regular copy paper works well too). Cut on the light gray line. Fold, write a note inside, and deliver!