I love using exit tickets as a quick check ✔️at the end of lessons - even if the responses sometimes make me sad. They're a great way to 1) check if students understood the lesson/if they can apply the skill taught and 2) they sometimes give me info I wouldn't already know about students.
My last sign wasn't cutting it; teachers and students were forever knocking or walking in. 😬Hoping this more direct one will do the trick! Glad I had this ready to go - already a lot of 'walk ins' this school year. 💔🎉💗
Splurged on the Crayola window crayons. Haven't mastered writing backwards yet so has to go for a picture for now. 🌷☀️ 🕊 I have my shade pulled down for privacy pretty often - this feels a bit more cheerful than the white plastic shade from the outside! 😊
This throwback is of the #onceastudentnowateacher variety...of rather #onceastudentnowacounselor!
Today was the first day the kids were back which meant spending some time at my desk getting the schedules in shape. Enjoying my new view with improved book bin labels. 📚Book organization is the best organization. (Labels in TpT store, I'll make custom ones if you need specific themes)
I only actually love about 1/4 of the books I check out from the library - this was definitely part of that chunk! 👍🏻 Great illustrations and rhythm (reminds me of the Iggy Peck books). Message: superheroes get angry and could rage and be destructive, but they instead choose to control themselves and channel their emotions. ✌🏼