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Time Management for Students

One of the most important study skills is time management. Perfect time management for students to improve your studying results!

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This would be a fun back to school and getting to know you activity for students to chart what they did all day while school was out.

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**Updated 7/7/15 - I put the 22 attention getters into 3 different table formats. You can choose which one (visually) works best for you.**I use these Whole Brain Teaching attention getters on a daily basis with my ELL students. These attention getters are a great way to improve your classroom management.

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Visual Support cards for Classroom Management

I made these Class cards that are a little bit bigger than the size of an index card and placed a couple of useful visuals on them to use for students with Autism.

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The Early Finisher Board provides engaging, curriculum-related tasks for students to do when they are finished their work. The Early Finisher Board not only engages your early finishers, but also encourages your students to finish their work so that they can get to the activity board. A win-win! $ #earlyfinisherboard

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from Organized Classroom

Attendance Motivation

Attendance Motivation- This PBIS attendance reinforcer is originally meant for a class, but it also could be great for a student who is always tardy and/or misses the first period of the day.

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from 3rd Grade Thoughts

Brain Breaks & YouTube: Watch & Wiggle Links + FREEBIE

Brain Breaks are a way to respect the whole child in some students, especially those who need some breaks in the day in order to stay on task and focused the rest of the time. This also creates a classroom environment of creativity and collaboration because the kids can work together and think outside the box for some of the activities on the popsicle sticks.

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Assessment Prisms-Monsters - Treetop Displays - A useful set of self assessment prisms that comprise of traffic light colour coordinated monsters. Simply fold and glue. Great as a table resource and for real time teaching and learning. Visit our website for more information and for other printable resources by clicking on the provided links. Designed by teachers for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2).

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