Good Ideas - Free Sharing Point05-Aug-2011 So much of what we do as teachers is found by collecting various teaching resources, approaches and ideas.
We listen and observe others, scour the net for resources and ideas. We shop for and purchase things that may just come in handy one day for that far off lesson. We ask fellow teachers to make an extra copy of that unit for us. Teachers also spend much time pondering how to help that student or group and design the perfect resource or come up with a great approach to help them understand a concept.
Clever Classroom not only sells affordable, practical and fun resources we will now share this space for teachers alike to leave their good ideas.
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If you have found one of our resources useful or have a good idea on how to use it, please email Emma, like Mel has done.
- Clever Classroom's birthday cupcakes have been printed, laminated and birthday's have been added with sticky labels that can be taken off each year.
Staff have written the child's name and the date. A fun way to celebrate everyone's birthday. For an added extra, buttons have been added as cherries on top!
- Desired Behaviour
Take a photo of a child(ren) demonstrating the desired behaviour. It's a great incentive for those children you always have to remind! Place a sentence (in desired behaviour language) underneath or coincide with rules list.
Debbie T, VIC
- Reading Website
This site is appropriate for both parents and teachers. There is a small fee but worth it.
Amanda, classroom teacher - SA
A great idea for some fun at Christmas time!
- Sugar Christmas Ornaments
Materials - sugar, glitter, water, cookie cutters, yarn or ribbon, glue, scissors
Mix 1/2 cup sugar and 1 teaspoon of glitter.
Stir in 1 teaspoon of water until evenly moist.
Press mixture into cookie cutters.
Gently tap the ornament onto a plate to dry overnight.
Cut enough thread or yarn to make a loop and glue a hanger onto the back of each ornament.
Makes four Christmas ornaments depending on the size of your cookie cutters.
Add food colouring for a different look.
Make a half and half mix of water and white glue to brush over the Christmas ornament if you want a shiny surface.
Emma Farrell, Mrs. Farrell's Clever Classroom
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