Sunday, February 2, 2014

Bright Ideas Hop

Hey everyone!

Do you ever find yourself in the hallway before specials, lunch, or any other transition to another place and find that you are a few minutes early? Happens to me all the time!

The kids start talking, they get louder, and are restless.  But by the time you'd take them back to class, you'd just have to turn around and head back again.  I've been doing some little tricks to help reign the kiddos in and do educational things at the same time, especially with the not wasting a teaching moment thing. And Common Core surrounding us everywhere! And I want to share my bright ideas with you...

 I'm participating in an awesome blog hop, about bright ideas!




-Learning letters? Maybe learn the ASL alphabet!

-It's a great way to practice and review!


- Clip them on a ring and you are ready to go! Switch it out through the year for whatever topic you are on.

-Like the math flash cards, these could also be clipped together on a ring.

What do you do in the hallway?

Check out more great ideas from Amy at The Resource(ful) Room.



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12 comments:

  1. Great tips, Tanja! It's great to have a plan for those times when management can become an issue! Thanks!!

    ~Shelley

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  2. This was a great tip!!! I am going to use some of these tomorrow!!!

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  3. Great ideas! And so easy to implement...love it!

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  4. Simple, quick, and easy! Love these tips! I am going to do the flashcards on a ring on Monday! Thanks.

    Nicole
    Mrs. Rios Teaches Second Grade

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  5. These are great tips! I am going to have to try these! Thanks for sharing!
    www.lessonplandiva.com

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  6. I do agree that we need an Oregon blogger girls' weekend! I am all for it!
    These are great ideas to add to my sponge activity ring! My students love to play 'Guess My Number' as a quiet hallway game.

    Elizabeth
    Seconds at the Beach

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  7. Easy to integrate - I especially like the one about kids making shapes with their hands or finding them in the hall!

    Buzzing with Ms. B

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  8. I've played "silent Simon Says" in the hallway and the kids absolutely love it! But I LOVE these educational hallway tips! Definitely going to try them! :)

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  9. 20 questions would be so fun! Thanks for sharing all of these great hallway ideas!

    Katie :)
    KTP: Keep Teaching and Planning!

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  10. Love all the ideas, but especially the first one! Great idea! I bet they look so cute walking down the hall making shapes and looking around!
    Susanna
    Whimsy Workshop Teaching

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