Belinda Veech
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I wanted to share this simple and inexpensive idea with you! I made these "we're ready" light buttons to use next year! (Even though I haven't finished packing my classroom! ) I plan to use them to hold all students in each group accountable for getting ready to learn! I'll use them to signal when groups are ready to share their thinking, when they all agree on something, or ready for transitions. #teachers #iteach #iteachtoo #teachersofinstagram #teachersfollowteachers #teacherspayteache...

"we're ready" light buttons. Use them to hold all students in each group accountable for getting ready to learn! Use them to signal when groups are ready to share their thinking, when they all agree on something, or ready for transitions.

Flexible Seating info

Flexible Seating, or also called Alternate Seating, provides a Century Classroom for scholars! There is no better way to show you support a student-centered classroom, than creating a classroo…

This is a set of colorful burlap pencil themed letters that are perfect for decorating your classroom and spicing up bulletin boards. There are 6 different colors (turquoise, pink, green, purple, yellow, and orange) with pre-made letters. There is also a blank set of each color that is editable so you can change the font and add text to meet your needs. I've also included 5 mixed color editable options for easy use for creating bulletin board headers. Directions for the editable file are…

This is a set of colorful burlap pencil themed letters that are perfect for decorating your classroom and spicing up bulletin boards. There are 6 different colors (turquoise, pink, green, purple, yell (Mix Greens Decor)

Teaching Fourth: Why I Never Post Rules in My Classroom

I& Kelly, and I love teaching fourth grade! Join me as I share classroom ideas and teaching resources. I love creating resources that help your students think deeply as well as make teachers& lives a little less stressful.

Got a student who drags people into power struggles? Giving the student choices can help reduce those behaviors. Check out some ways to make it work.

Got a student who drags people into power struggles? Giving the student choices can help reduce those behaviors. Check out some ways to make it work.