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Should we teach Science of Reading or Balanced Literacy? If you were to ask any teacher that starting last year, you would hear a variety of answers for a variety of reasons. The truth is,
Engage students in Social Emotional Learning and Science of Reading Are you looking for ways to engage your students in meaningful learning experiences that can have a lasting impact on their understanding of social emotional
Celebrate Memorial Day with vocabulary fun. As we approach Memorial Day, it’s important to teach our students the meaning and significance behind the holiday. One way to do this is by introducing them to Memorial
As teachers, we’re always looking for new and engaging ways to help our students improve their reading comprehension. A reading tool that is quickly gaining popularity in classrooms across the country is Boom Cards. With
Three fluency components you need in your routine Science of Reading research shows that fluency is a vital part of a child’s development in the ability to read successfully. The three fluency components are accuracy,
As educators, we know that teaching the story elements is an essential part of any language arts curriculum. But teaching these important concepts can quickly become tedious — unless you use some creative and engaging
Build a strong classroom culture using these 7 morning meeting activities My morning meeting has been a great way to cultivate a strong classroom culture! In our Cultivated Classroom Membership, we provide seven activities designed
How to get your students paying attention in class is the big question that teachers are asking more and more. Teachers are struggling with disengaged children as well as dealing with disruptive behavior. They don’t
I’m going to share with you something that humbled and relieved me all at once with disruptive behavior in the classroom. Throughout the past 9 weeks, Pam and I have been delivering our Daily Concept
If you’re anything like me, setting classroom goals can be a tricky process. That’s why activities for growth mindset are so important. Goals create drive, ambition, and many positive results, but they also create something