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Warmers and Fillers worksheets: Free short 5-min activities!
Team-building activities are great. Not only can they help establish routines, tone, and expectations, they’re also fun, and can help learners feel comfortable. Though many older students in high s...
After introducing a new topic, have students write keywords related to the topic onto sticky notes and organize them in a flow chart on a large poster board. For large classes, students can
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Here are the best of the more than 150 ideas that teachers have shared with us over the years.
Looking to calm those first-day-of-school jitters? Try an "icebreaker" from Volume 6 in our collection.
We all love post-it notes, don't we?! Did you know that there are tons of activities you can do with them in your classroom?
Quick filler activities for when lessons finish early, schedules change, or you're left with some time before the bell rings. Perfect for keeping kids occupied during transition times.
Educator, author and blogger Rick Curwin explains why and how to grab your students' attention for the first five minutes of each lesson.
We often think of ice breakers at the beginning of a school year or at the introduction of a new course. These could be used through out the year.
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The most dreaded word in school reading for students: book reports. Teachers assign them, viewing them as a necessary component of assessing reading comprehension. Book reports can be a contributing factor to 'readicide'.
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Educators who appreciate the value of professional networks have a keen understanding of the old adage, "The wisdom is in the room." For this growing community, "room" means any space.