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Jul 31, 2017

BTS Sale and Target Teacher Giveaway!


Hi teacher friends,
Have you heard the exciting news?! The big Back to School sale on Teachers pay Teachers begins TOMORROW! 
Let's just say my whole body hurts right now from sitting at my computer. Not only have I been creating resources like a crazy person, I've been filling up my cart with some fabulous TpT resources for the upcoming school year. 

If you head on over to TpT, all the resources in the StudentSavvy store will be 20% off, starting tomorrow! Don't forget to use promo code BTS2017 for that extra 5% savings! Yay!!

  
To celebrate the upcoming sale, I'm giving away a $50 Target gift card! This is the perfect time to do a little Back to School shopping at Target!

***Scroll to the bottom of this post to enter the giveaway! 



Here are some new/seasonal resources that you may want to check out during the Teachers pay Teachers BTS sale! 


Ultimate Savvy Savings = Entire StudentSavvy Store
50% off PLUS Additional 25% during the Sale!
All The Resources in the Store for Half the Price + 28% Savings during the Sale!! 
This resource contains a zip file of all the products you will find in the StudentSavvy store. (including future ones!) You will be the FIRST to receive new resources! Subject Areas / Resource Types include: Around the World Resources, Teacher Binders, Open House / Back to School Night, Interactive Notebooks, STEM Activities, Craftivities, Interactive PowerPoints, Sub Resources, Sub Tub, Sub Plans, Earth Science, Ancient Civilizations, US History, End of the Year Resources, Beginning of the Year Resources, and SO much more! Over 280 resources and counting!



Your 3rd-6th grade elementary students will love these clever and creative hashtag brag tags!    #TeacherForTheWin! Find them here! 25% off 







Do your students love STEM challenges and activities? Transform your room into a STEM-ready classroom! Inspire your students with Growth Mindset posters! 





The Ancient Civilizations Curriculum Resource contains the following 5 Bundles: 










Design your perfect teacher binder with 30 fabulous covers! 
100% editable! Just click and start typing! 




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Happy shopping! :)

Jul 22, 2017

How to Use Brag Tags with UPPER ELEMENTARY Students!




Teachers,
I’m certain you are familiar with this popular behavior management strategy – the use of brag tags in the classroom! They are not a new concept, I remember earning a few metal dog tags myself for AR reading in elementary school. Brag tags are typically used to reinforce positive behavior by rewarding students with meaningful tags. If you catch a student doing something exceptional, you can hand them a tag to add to their growing collection. Some examples can include conquering a STEM challenge, acing an exam, having a great day with the substitute teacher, etc.

Students can place their tags on a key chain or wear them on a ball chain necklace.

Brag tags are most frequently used in early primary grades. Many of the tags you find will have “cutesy” phrases that might not interest your upper elementary students.

Here are ways you can implement brag tags with older students! (Upper Elementary Students 3-6th grade) 


1. Encourage students to accomplish higher-level academic challenges with brag tags relating to STEM challenges, growth mindset, NGSS, and more!




2. Have HASHTAGS with clever and creative phrases that your 3rd-6th grade students will appreciate. #TeacherForTheWin


3. Have brag tags that encourage the use of technology. Many upper elementary classrooms use Google Classroom and Google Apps. It’s a great opportunity to reward them with a #TechGenius or #SpeedyFingers brag tag.

4. Instead of just saying “great teamwork”, you can hand them a #TeamworkMakesTheDreamWork

#NailedIt!


5. Older students may prefer to wear them on lanyard or keychain instead of a ball chain necklace. I guess it’s cooler? #Whoknows


6. There are many benefits to using brag tags with older students. They recognize that brag tags must be earned by accomplishing goals and challenges. It is their responsibility to not misplace their brag tags. This can help students develop organizational skills in the classroom!



If you think your students might enjoy this classroom reward system, be sure to check out this resource! These brag tags are 100% Editable! This resource contains a PDF file and a editable PowerPoint file. 175 total pages, 80 unique upper elementary brag tags! 



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