Saturday, November 15, 2014

Bright Ideas Round Up

Welcome to the November Bright Ideas Blog Link Up!  This is an exciting month because each blog is highlighting some the best bright ideas from this year.

Here's an easy idea for using manilla file folders to make bookmarks for interactive notebooks:

Ever use your windows as learning space?  Here is a post about 5 ways you may not have considered!

Mini class lists are so helpful for all teachers, but especially in the upper grades when you have multiple classes to keep track of!  Check out this bright ideas post ways to use these handy little lists:

I hope you enjoyed these ideas and maybe found something that will be useful in your classroom.  Be sure to visit the link up below to gather some ideas from my Bright Blogger Buddies!

Happy Teaching...



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