Linking up with my fellow 4th grade Florida blogger friend, Tara, for her Monday Made It-I've made a couple of things for my classroom this week that I'd like to share!
I'm really a big fan of personalizing my grading by making my own rubber stamps to praise my students' success! I designed this one over the weekend. Office Depot will make them for you while you wait (about 10 minutes!!) and they have a 25% off print and copy coupon right now. I love self-inking stamps! This baby has about 50,000 stamps in it! I think it will last me my career or until I stop wearing HEELS! LOL
"What Stuck With You Today?" poster to match my décor. (Several colors are available in my TPT Store).
Each student in my class is assigned a number so I will know within seconds who still needs to respond.
I was inspired by my friend Gina at Beach Sand and Lesson Plans to make an exit sign with post-its and numbers.
I'm very happy with the way it turned out! :O)
As you can see, #8 left without completing their exit slip! I'll catch them tomorrow!
Today my students had to write about one of the multiplication properties they learned. This is one of the few students who was daring enough to write about the distributive property.
This student wanted to extend his thinking on the zero property with a large number.
Look at the exit slip below...how sweet...they included their feelings about which property they thought was the easiest.
If you missed yesterday's post, it's all about the activities I used to teach multiplication properties.
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