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A quick get to know you/math (counting and graphing) activity

For attendance? A quick get to know you/math (counting and graphing) activity. Later in the year students can generate the questions and write them. Place on light colored paper, laminate, and questions can be added with white board marker.

True or false Number Sorts last week... writing their own calculations this week... brilliant maths Class1!

Unit 2 - True or false Number Sorts! This could be used for many different concepts.Love the sorting chart idea Extend by having students put in the correct sign. They have to do this on SOAR all the time.

I like this traffic light behaviour management chart because it helps students with self-regulation. When children are misbehaving or make a bad choice, they will move their peg down a level. They will also have the chance to move up a level if their behaviour improves during the day. At the end of the day, they could colour in a face in their agenda to go home, which also communicates with parents the kind of day that their child had at school.

Traffic Light Behavior Management Chart - Use this chart to monitor your students behavior. It also makes it very clear to students what step they are up to in your behavior management program.

Love this idea from Delights and Designs… You could easily extend this for more able pupils to contain more word types. Children are encouraged to come up and pick a word from the teacher. They then place the stick in the correct pot. To further extend, they could then pick a word from each cup and create a sentence. Perfect for assessment!

parts of speech word sort {language arts}--Kids each come up and pick a stick out of my hand and they would have to place it in the right cup! If there’s extra time, they can use the word in a sentence

This would be nice to use for small group activities. I was thinking of having 3 clips: 1. Min (The minimum level I would expect) 2. Max (The loudest I will accept) 3. Current (Where the kids actually are) I would move the 'Current' pin as their level changed so they can monitor themselves.

My teacher uses a Noise Meter similar to this one. The Noise Meter is a cool way to remind students the correct noise level that they should be using! You just use the paper clip and move it to the appropriate noise level the students should be using.

Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | I’m Finished – tasks

Early Finishers Task Cards

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