I have used this is my classroom for three years. It works like a charm. The students love to see how many gum balls they can earn during the given time. I have either set the timer for the full amount of work time or set it for smaller increments of time. As a reward, if they reach the goal, I sometimes give a piece of bubble gum, or something toward a classroom goal for some other reward...For example I might give them a letter toward building the word Compliments.

Bubble Gum Quiet System - This system adds gumballs to the jar if the noise level in the classroom remains low. If the noise remains low, and the students earn all the gumballs the instructor sets, the class can get some kind of reward.

Self Assessment Marking Trays: I got it! I think I got it! I don't think I understand.

CLASSROOM: Self Assessment Marking Trays: I got it! I don't think I understand.when marking the childrens book put a corresponding coloured sticker in on the piece of work so its remembered where the child put themselves

How many are here today? Ten frames and photos of the class. Will use this as part of our morning routine.

Love this idea for students actively engaging in being at school. They matter and need to know people notice when they're not there.

Awesome way to get the children to line up in a class

Cute idea for lining up.I have to do this with each kid having a number. 29 kindies lining up means ciaos.

Water area at Early Excellence

Water lab - love the organization, and there are so many ways to play and explore!

Sand provision. Top shelf; shells, pine cones, matchsticks, tea spoons, scales and gems. Middle shelf; utensils, measuring spoons, colander, bowls, tins. Bottom shelf; wooden bowls, feathers, coconut shells, sticks, coloured spools.

Sand provision. Top shelf; shells, pine cones, matchsticks, tea spoons, scales and gems. Middle shelf; utensils, measuring spoons, colander, bowls, tins. Bottom shelf; wooden bowls, feathers, coconut shells, sticks, coloured spools.


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