Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Ten Pin Linky {Classroom Management}

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My favorite linky is back! Ashley at Just Reed has the newest edition of her Ten Pin Linky. This week's theme is classroom management.


I couldn't be more excited with the theme of the week. As a soon to be teacher, it's basically all about the classroom management. Without a well managed class, nothing is going to get done. I will be sure to bookmark this linky and repin all the pins that I find so I can have access to all these fabulous classroom management techniques at my fingertips! 

Click here to be taken to my classroom management Pinterest board! 

Here are my top 10 pins that I can't wait to implement in my future classroom.












Aren't these such fabulous ideas! There are such genius teachers out there! What did we ever do without Pinterest! Thanks for hosting Ashley! I'm headed off to check out all the other pins!
 

6 comments:

  1. I love the "I'm Invisible" light and have that on my to-do list for the summer. Thanks for sharing your Pinterest finds. I love this linky.

    Looking From Third to Fourth

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  2. I love the Yakker Tracker..what a great idea!!! :)

    Oh, and I just read SEVERAL articles that said that while Google Reader is going away, Google Friend Connect (your NUMBER!) is NOT (for now, anyway). I've been looking to confirm it, and so far, good news :)

    Kelly
    First Grade Fairytales

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  3. I love the reading raffle idea. Such a good way to promote students having books at home, especially if they can't afford them. Thanks for sharing some great pins.

    Stephanie
    PolkaDotPalace

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  4. I, too, love the reading raffle idea! I will def have to do that this year. My kids are always wanting to take my books home and now they can! And a great way to use those points and free books I always earn from Scholastic! Thanks for sharing!

    Yours newest follower!
    Leslie
    First Grade and Flip Flops

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  5. I love the invisible light, but I would need it to be a billboard size neon sign:)

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  6. Love the reading raffle idea but I need to change it up a bit for high schoolers. I thought about doing an "Assignment Raffle" or "Homework Raffle"! We already do a school-wide behavior management program using raffle tickets that get turned into the principal for drawings. I'm going to ask but I don't think it would hurt to give kids a choice for this in classroom. *Finger's Crossed* Thanks for the idea!

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