dislike having long lines of students waiting for me to edit their papers, I have them put their numbered clothespins on my clipboard so that I'll know who is ready to go. This would also be great for students waiting to take AR tests!
Number magnets to keep track of kids you allow to leave the room. Use a cookie sheet with glass stones glued to scrapbook paper and a magnet. then trim in fun duct tape! (The cookie sheet magnet board is pretty sweet for multiple different crafts.
How to make a weighted pencil. Weighted pencils can be beneficial for students who do not press hard enough when writing or for students who have poor body awareness and need additional proprioceptive input to increase awareness of their hand.
"How To Teach Time" - A frog story that uses an analog clock to keep track of the time. This is a great video for grade students to learn how to read a clock. (I wasnt able to watch video, but pinning for the site.
This is a pool noodle with rope attached. Attach it to the desk. It can be used as a foot rest or for a sensory strategy for movers and shakers! - Pinned by – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins
Clutter-Free Classroom: Listening Look - classroom management series Another one from CFC.take a photo and make an anchor chart of kiddos doing the "listening look." Whenever they start to get off task, they have a picture of themselves as a reference.