A while back I won a giveaway from Tonya's Treats for Teachers - and I was able to choose a product from her store. I chose her Thinking Clouds by Marzano. I laminated them right away, but since then they have just been sitting in a basket that I randomly choose bubbles out of when we discuss the stories. It was hard for me to remember what the different colors meant. It wasn't until Tuesday that I figured out a place to sort them and hang them up (since every inch of my walls are covered).
I just wanted to share my classroom pictures.
I placed them in plastic red cups on the edge of my whiteboard. Right now they just have a pushpin stuck inside to hold the cup to the wall. I think I need to change them to strong pushpins since I've already knocked one cup from the wall - but overall, if I'm the only one touching them they should be fine.
I used plain white labels and wrote the type of skill the prompts are, and then color coded the cups.
I think they will be much more efficient for me to use this way (just like Tonya had them) rather than all together.