Making macropod pouches. 100 Report Card Comments. It's report card time and you face the prospect of writing constructive, insightful, and original comments on a couple dozen report cards or more. A daunting task? Not with Ed World's help! Included: 100 positive report card comments for you to use and adapt. You've reached the end of another grading period, and what could be more daunting than the task of composing insightful, original, and unique comments about every child in your class?
The following positive statements will help you tailor your comments to specific children and highlight their strengths. You can also use our statements to indicate a need for improvement. Whether you are tweaking statements from this page or creating original ones, check out our Report Card Thesaurus [see sidebar] that contains a list of appropriate adjectives and adverbs. We have organized our 100 report card comments by category. Attitude The student: Behavior Character Communication Skills Group Work Interests and Talents Participation Social Skills. 15 inspiring quotes chosen by teachers, for teachers. “Motivation, creativity and freedom are my most powerful educational tools,” says Cyprus teacher Evanthia Poyiatzi. To sharpen your motivation, creativity and freedom this week, read (and share!) The 15 inspiring ideas and quotes below — handpicked for you by Evanthia and her fellow TED-Ed Innovative Educators: Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.
“For the mind does not require filling like a bottle, but rather, like wood, it only requires kindling to create in it an impulse to think independently and an ardent desire for the truth.” — Plutarch “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” — Maya Angelou “Let us remember: one book, one pen, one child and one teacher can change the world.” — Malala Yousafzai “We are what we believe we are.” — C.S. “We must take sides. “Well-behaved women seldom make history.” — Laurel Thatcher Ulrich “I have not failed. 27 Classroom Poster Sets: Free and Fantastic. Add some color and inspiration with classroom posters.
Here are 27 free classroom posters sets for and grade level! These instant download poster sets cover inspirational quotes, learning quotes, curricular content and even classroom management. I’m excited to share these fantastic creations from other teachers with you – there are over 130 printable pages all together in this collection! There’s no shortage of great teaching tips for sprucing up your classroom. Attitude Matters Classroom Posters Source: lightbulbsandlaughter.blogspot.com 1. 2. Source: theresourcefulroom.com 3. 11 Life Skills Posters – Post, discuss and reflect on life skills as part of your positive classroom management plan. Classroom Management Poster Sets Source: kindergartenworks.com 4. Source: 3rdgradethoughts.com 5. Source: teaminguptoteach.blogspot.com 6. Source: thecreativeclassroom2013.blogspot.com 7. 8.
Source: thebrownbagteacher.blogspot.ca 9. Classroom Posters to Help Teach 12. Source: theteacherwife.com 13. 14. 15. Dare to be batman. 2015 Quiz and Trivia | READINGPOWER. Learning blog by Anne Weaver ← Favourite YA Books 2015 2015 Quiz and Trivia 23 Dec General Politics and Business Sport Entertainment and Culture Movies Technology, Science and Nature About these ads Like this: Like Loading... Related More end of year quizzesIn "Quiz" 2011 News quizWith 2 comments Australia Current Affairs Quiz Links Leave a comment Posted by Anne Weaver on December 23, 2015 in Quiz, Uncategorized Leave a Reply Blog at WordPress.com.The Choco Theme.
Entries (RSS) and Comments (RSS) Follow Get every new post delivered to your Inbox. Join 126 other followers Build a website with WordPress.com %d bloggers like this: 10 Websites Guaranteed To Press Your Buttons [Weird & Wonderful Web] We humans are naturally curious creatures. We see something, almost anything, and we want to reach out and grab it, touch it, feel it, and interact with it. Which is all good as long as the thing we’re reaching for isn’t going to bite us or trigger a nuclear holocaust. Contrary to popular belief, the latter isn’t as easy as pressing a big red button. But if it was that easy I’d bet my right arm that none of us would be here now. NB: If you hate Adobe Flash then you should probably stop scrolling right now. Make Everything OK Life sometimes sucks. It turns out such a button does exist, and it’s sitting unloved on the Web, just waiting to be pressed. Nooooooooooooooo Star Wars is never going to go away, especially now that the fun factory that is Disney owns the franchise.
Also not going away are the stupid decisions George Lucas has made over the years. Enter The Hatch Will You Press The Button? Will You Press The Button? Either way, you’re then presented with the results so far. Bored Button. Factoclock | 01:18 | The Beatles hold the record for most platinum and multi-platinum albums in the US with 118. 17 Cat Pictures That Go Without Saying, Are The Greatest Cat Pictures Ever Taken. Posted Sep 04, by Brandon Siewert They're on a totally different level. 1.
Jump to navigation "Best of" Lists "Best of" lists Get age-appropriate ideas and inspiration for every interest: Poll Did this specific Top Picks list help you decide to do any of the following? Let your child watch/play/read/listen to a particular media title 41% (1039 votes) NOT let your child watch/play/read/listen to a particular media title 15% (373 votes) Buy, rent, or download a particular media title 23% (576 votes) Did not impact my decision 22% (552 votes) Total votes: 2540 Learning ratings Best: Really engaging; great learning approach.Very Good: Engaging; good learning approach.Good: Pretty engaging; good learning approach.Fair: Somewhat engaging; OK learning approach.Not for Learning: Not recommended for learning.Not for Kids: Not age-appropriate for kids; not recommended for learning.
Find out more Share this List SaveSign In or Join to save for later Homework Help Websites Wondering how to help your kids with their homework? Browse Homework Help Websites csm_website BrainPOP Jr. age 5+ age 6+ Awesome photos. I attended a training class and a science coach shared an activity that he does with his students to help them differentiate between observations, inferences, and predictions. He puts a picture on the interactive white board as a warm up (he gets the pictures from a variety of sources but uses National Geographic's Picture of the Day a lot). The picture above is from the National Geographic site. He has the students make five observations. Then he makes the students make five inferences. Finally he has the students make five predictions.
He does this every day and it really drives home the difference between those three key inquiry vocabulary terms. I've done this activity with both my sixth and fourth grade science classes and the students really got into it and became proficient at telling me the difference between those terms. Pinterest. Brain Teaser Worksheets - Printable Brain Teasers. The Library Voice. The Daring Librarian. Thedaringlibrarian - home. Joyce Valenza's Homepage. Mr. Snyderman | Technology + Library = Tech Savvy Librarian.
Home. Monster Corner Bookmarks (and Owls!) With Father’s Day coming up, we thought these fun monster bookmarks would go down well.. the best thing is – you can make any design you want.. it doesn’t have to be a Monster Corner Bookmark, but you could make an Alien, an Owl a penguin and bear… and lots lots more.. the the imagination be your limits! We are actually going to make this simple Origami Bookmark in Pip Squeak’s reception class (4-5yrs olds) in a couple of weeks time.
It will be interesting to see how they rise to the challenge of basic paper folding techniques. I know they will ADORE the decorating aspect. I also think that these monster bookmarks would be a great Halloween Craft and the Owl Bookmarks work really well as a small teacher appreciation gift or simple as a Back to School Autumn theme. Watch our How to Make Origami Corner Bookmarks video here: Don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel today! Paper Crafts Play List We have a whole set of fabulous Beginners Paper Craft ideas for you to explore! The Internet of Things: Everything You Need to Know In 2 Minutes.
Classroom Timers - Fun Timers. 5 Ways for Students to Showcase Their Best Work. As I do every year, I am taking this week to relax, recharge, and ski with friends. While I'm away I will be re-running the most popular posts of the year. This was the second most popular post in April, 2014. As the end of the school year approaches you may be looking for a good way for students to organize and share examples of their best work of the school year. If your students have blogs or wikis that they have maintained all year then all they need to do is move their best examples to the front page. Page O Rama is a free service for quickly creating stand alone webpages. Dropr is a free service for creating portfolios of your images, videos, and audio files.
Populr is a service for creating simple webpages to showcase an example or two of your best work. About.me is a good tool for students to use to create a digital resume to share as part of a college admissions application or an internship application. Famous People Painting with Wiki Links. Scribd. Upload & Share PowerPoint presentations and documents. Infoplease: Encyclopedia, Almanac, Atlas, Biographies, Dictionary, Thesaurus. Free online reference, research & homework help. Tony Wagner’s Seven Survival Skills | Tony Wagner. “The idea that a company’s senior leaders have all the answers and can solve problems by themselves has gone completely by the wayside…The person who’s close to the work has to have strong analytic skills.
You have to be rigorous: test your assumptions, don’t take things at face value, don’t go in with preconceived ideas that you’re trying to prove.” —Ellen Kumata, consultant to Fortune 200 companies “The biggest problem we have in the company as a whole is finding people capable of exerting leadership across the board…Our mantra is that you lead by influence, rather than authority.” —Mark Chandler, Senior Vice President and General Counsel at Cisco “I’ve been here four years, and we’ve done fundamental reorganization every year because of changes in the business…I can guarantee the job I hire someone to do will change or may not exist in the future, so this is why adaptability and learning skills are more important than technical skills.”