Cecilie Ringel

Cecilie Ringel

Cecilie Ringel
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Practice finding area with this game!

Dice: Teach area in math. Shared by Eilleen Kalman from Mishawaka School Corporation (NW Roundtable) Maybe instead of perimeter, I can have the student to multiply the dice and use the answer as their area of a rectangle?


Fun comprehension game to use during guided reading or partner reading to get the students thinking about the story and building their comprehension skills.

Cut up paint chips or scraps of colored paper to create student assessment cards. | 35 Money-Saving DIYs For Teachers On A Budget

Marzano: "This is probably one of my favorite things for my classroom so far. Its a little self-assessment flip chart. I have made one for each student and it will sit on the corner of their desk. It is small enough that it wont be embarrassing for the

What a great idea! Assign an ‘Ask Me’ assistant for each table or group so that you can get on without disruptions during small group time.    Thanks to Tales of Frogs and Cupcakes for the idea!    HELPHELPERINDEPENDENT LEARNINGQUESTIONS

One student is selected to be the "Ask Me" person (to help students who need assistance) while the teacher works with small groups-no disruptions for the teacher! Or, the student can put an Ask Me sign on his/her desk