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I LOVE this idea! I bet it really cuts down on interruptions! Would you consider making a set with picture icons in place of the words for the younger grades? I would definitely pick that up on TPT if you made it available. Thanks!
I am glad someone asked this question! I am moving back to Kindergarten after being in 2nd and 1st so I am not sure it would work as well the wee ones without more picture clues.
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I just purchased these for my *new* classroom. I'm a first-year teacher, first time teacher-blogger ( http://www.boopboopclassroom.com ) and am looking forward to your clutter-free ideas throughout the year! Cheers!
Love all the hand signal ideas, procedural and academic. I use hand signals with my daughter in church etc. I answer with sign language for yes and no. NEVER thought of doing that during class. Will go into next years plan! A great way to empower my 4th graders!