As Seen At Seminars

Here are the links for some of the ideas you may have seen at a seminar.

Birthday Game
the five cards for playing this birthday guessing game with your students and the explanation of how it works

Blackline masters
1 Check Off List, 2 Check Off Sheets, and 2 grade sheets in each set; there are sets for class sizes of 20, 24, 27, 30, and 36 students

Bluetooth Sound System for the Classroom
the How-To guide will show you how to create a simple classroom sound system

Class Cues Care Package
this zip file download contains a folder of 25 really great cue songs and two PDFs that explain how to upgrade your classroom music experience

Clip Chart eBook
this 30-page eBook will not only show you how to use this simple but effective discipline program but also provide you with some fun ways to expand the whole thing

Closure Activities
eight simple ways to enable your students to process information

iPad Presentation Kit
info about how to create an iPad presentation system in your classroom

kid-friendly symbols for kindergarten classrooms and the eBook that shows you how to get started

Magnetic Tiles
the yellow polygons with an adhesive magnet on the back and a student number on the front

Math poems
rounding, subtraction with regrouping, and mode/mean/median/range

Music Cue App
info about an iPad/iPhone app that allows you to easily create and play song cues

Music Spinner
music playlists used with overhead spinner

Page Pen
the whiteboard marker/cow bell that I use for writing page numbers

Red Hands
for students who blurt out answers

Overhead Spinner
a couple of suggested uses for an overhead spinner

Song Buttons
a one-page PowerPoint show with 12 easy-to-use cue buttons

Slide Show
a downloadable PDF version of the slides that are shown before a seminar

Student Achievement
thoughts on Peart & Campbell's research and how it impacts teachers

TV Theme Songs
a sampling of theme songs and how I used them in the classroom

Y-to-i song
from Tim Bedley's CD, Singin' the Standards

Yellow Slips
for dealing with social talking

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If there is something you would like to see added, just send me an email.