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Love, love this multiplication lap book. All key information about multiplication. Better than foldable books

Sub Hub: Easy (and FREE) Multiplication Lapbook. First, start with a file folder. Open the file folder up all the way and fold each end into the middle to create a book that opens like barn doors.

FREE Habits Checklist. Perfect for Parent Teacher Conferences and Report Cards

Sweet and Spicy Bacon Wrapped Chicken Tenders

How Young Adults Can Up Their Financial Vocabulary .. #finances #budget #financialliteracy

How Young Adults Can Up Their Financial Vocabulary

Good financial habits start young, yet many teens aren’t familiar with the most common financial fundamentals. We created this graphic with Credit Loan to clue teens in, covering everything from gross income to student loans

So true!  Have had this poster in my classroom for years.... just hope the kids understand how true it is!  Hard to do at the middle level!

Shop Staples® Trend Enterprises Argus 30 Years From Now Poster. The 30 Years From Now poster has a very meaningful message printed on it and it years from now, it won''t matter what shoes you wore, how your hair looked, or the j

Free Classroom Economy Pack from Laura Candler - Includes money patterns, blank checks, Brain Bucks, and a blank checkbook register. Great for teaching financial literacy!

April is Financial Literacy Month! Free Classroom Economy Pack from Laura Candler - Includes money patterns, blank checks, Brain Bucks, and a blank checkbook register. Great for teaching financial literacy!

Whole class room management ideas. Raffle Ticket Reward System - Sometimes students get into bad habits like blurting out comments or getting out of their seats without permission. They need something tangible to remind them to follow the classroom procedures. I have found that using raffle tickets helps tremendously.

This simple technique gives students a visual to show your noise level expectations for specific activities. Use a large sheet of red, yellow, and green construction paper to simulate each color of a stop light.

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