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* I think it is great to have a set of daily rules for your students to follow when you are there but establishing a set of rules, behavior expectations, and consequences for when you are NOT there is an amazing idea! Anchor Charts - Sub Rules
Free! Figurative language anchor word wall cards. Hyperbole, personification, alliteration, metaphor, simile, idioms, & more. For a quick, spontaneous ELA writing activity, I like to attach a few of these to the white board, give the students post-its, an instruct them to write an example of each and stick it on the board near the corresponding poster. If time permits, after every student has at least one on the board, they go get a random one and evaluate it.
Elementary - Math strategies for addition. - We use this with our younger students to help them figure out how to count. We use it for counting up as well as counting down. We use this picture as a reminder of how they can figure out their answer. Each student uses a different strategy so it's nice to have hanging so everyone can benefit from this poster. Found on pinterest.