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Wednesday, June 22, 2016

The One with Homework, a Toolbox, and Clips.




Summer Break is in full swing.

I'm not sure that it's fair to call it a break.

I've already attended three workshops and did 2.5 hours of PD online.



Of course I've also done plenty of this...


Sorry...this post has quickly gone away from the topic at hand.




Homework Bingo.

I was working on my new Bingo board for next year when I realized I have never shared it on the blog or on Instagram.

That needs to be remedied so let's get started.

Let me start with the homework part.

My students receive their math homework every Monday.

It looks like this...


Homework is due every Friday.

The homework is divided into days...the only real reason for this is to help students pace themselves throughout the week.

Any student who turns their homework in on time gets to write their name on the Bingo board.


The letters & numbers are road maps to go with my travel theme.

On Friday I draw a winning square.  Any one with their name in that square gets to scan a QR code for a prize.  If there are multiple names in the winning square, they all win.  If there are no names in the winning square, no one wins that week.  I do not draw until I have a winner.

My students loved this last year and it was a big motivator from some of those kids who wouldn't normally do their homework.



This was my teacher toolbox.


It got a little makeover this past week.



Stay tuned...it may get another makeover before school starts.  I'm not totally loving how it turned out.


I also added some spray paint and washi tape to a few binder clips.

So much cuter than the plain black.


3 comments:

  1. Absolutely love the map background on your teacher toolkit labels!!! Your clips are super cute too! Thanks for linking up:)

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  2. Loving your ideas! What kind of prizes can they win with bingo?

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  3. My students get to choose a QR code to scan so they never know what prize they are getting. It makes it a little more fun for them.

    Prizes include pencils, erasers, a piece of candy, sit at the teacher's desk, sit with a friend, 5 bonus points, or a homework pass. There are fewer bonus points and homework pass cards than the others so those are a rare treat.

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