Rounding numbers always seems challenging for many of my students each year. We create anchor charts, practice, and play games until they finally get it. Today, I will talk to you about a few of the rounding activities we did to review rounding. We were working with whole numbers, but
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I’m back with my third and final post about Brag Tags or Braggin Badges…for now anyway 🙂 This time I’m talking about how I squeeze Brag Tags into an already busy schedule. We’ve already talked about how to get them started and organizing them in my two previous posts.
Hey all! I’m back here to give you some more information about Brag Tags…how to get organized with them! In my last post, we talked about getting them ready to use for classroom management before the school year starts so you can be ready to encourage and motivate your students from
This will be a 3 part series about Brag Tags, or as I like to call them, Braggin’ Badges. They are a great classroom management strategy for encouraging positive behaviors in the classroom. This first post will be about getting them ready before the school year starts. The second post will include
Spice up your secret student process with some fun apps. I only have my personal iPhone and an iPad, so we don’t utilize a lot of apps in my classroom. But, one app we do use that I’m going to talk about is Decide Now. It’s a fun, FREE app