A New Use for Name Cards

 Don't throw away those index cards. Use them to help students self-assess after lessons from the 2 Peas and a Dog blog.

If you are anything like me at the beginning of the year you try to make your classroom as Pinterest worthy as possible. By Christmas you are stressed, tired and cranky from holiday stress that you revert back to your less than Pinterest worthy ways.

I made a commitment to myself to try new things this year AND stick to them. This has been quite the challenge, but having a brand new grade team to push me out of my comfort zone has been amazing.

Don't throw away those index cards. Use them to help students self-assess after lessons from the 2 Peas and a Dog blog.

This month I wrote a guest blog post for Charity Preston over at The Organized Classroom Blog all about how I use student name cards once I have learnt their names.

Have name cards in your classroom collecting dust?

Jump over to The Organized Classroom blog and read my quick article on reusing name cards all year long.

Don't throw away those index cards. Use them to help students self-assess after lessons from the 2 Peas and a Dog blog.

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