Classroom Management, Celebrations
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Festivals Together: A Guide ..
Festivals Together enriches and widens our celebration experiences to reflect the global village nature of modern society. As a learning tool, or just for fun, it offers many creative ideas adaptable for multicultural children's celebrations and festivals throughout the year. Author: Sue Fitzjohn, Minda...
Preschool Classroom Manageme..
An essential resource that all teachers will appreciate! Written by two experienced teachers, Preschool Classroom Management offers solutions and suggestions to help you tackle behavior issues in the classroom. Chapters include working with challenging behaviors, teaching alternative behaviors, building...
Sanity Savers: 200 Quick Fix..
From clean-up solutions to storage ideas to inventive cost-cutting strategies, and everything in between, this book will truly help you keep your sanity in the classroom! Use the creative suggestions to help children resolve conflicts and solve problems, to deal with interruptions in the classroom, and...
Teacher, I'm Done! Now What ..
Teacher, I'm Done! Now What Do I Do? Grade Level: 1 - 2 Page Count: 96 Author: Sue Lewis Item #: 3343 UPC: 030554033438 ISBN: 978-1-57471-769-3 The Perfect Solution to an Age-Old Problem Every teacher faces the problem of "fast" kids who finish their work before the others. This must-have resource provides...
The Substitute Teacher's Org..
The Substitute Teacher's Organizer Grade Level: K - 6 Page Count: 80 Author: Jan Herbst Item #: 3359 UPC: 030554033599 ISBN: 978-1-57471-795-2 Make Every Teaching Day a Success! Substitute teachers are an essential element in keeping classrooms operating efficiently and keeping students on task every...
What Are the Other Kids Doin..
What Are the Other Kids Doing While You Teach Small Groups? Grade Level: 1 - 3 Page Count: 160 Author: Donna Marriott Item #: 3345 UPC: 030554033452 ISBN: 978-1-57471-293-3 The Answer to Every Teacher's Question How do you ensure that the whole class remains on task while you work with small reading...