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Well, it is that time of the year when you as a teacher are ready for the school year to end. With just a few weeks left, you are looking for some fun classroom activities
Get all of your best math standards in one place I have discovered a great strategy to improve our best math standards is playing games and these spiral math review games have made that an easy
In our last post, we discussed vocabulary words for 1st grade. I shared how I use thematic approach to teaching and how much my students enjoyed learning vocabulary words for science as well as social
A new thematic approach to teaching about Cinco de Mayo I decided to take a new thematic approach to teaching about events like Cinco de Mayo. I have found that my young students really enjoy
What words for vocabulary am I missing? I know that if you are like me and teach primary grades, then you may not have thought about actually teaching words for vocabulary, especially for science or
Improve learning with these easy Easter games I have discovered a great strategy to improve learning is playing games and these easy Easter games have made that a simple process to implement in my classroom.
Why setting classroom goals with growth mindset will boost motivation Several decades ago, a woman named Carol Dweck wrote a book about the differences between what she called “fixed mindset” and “growth mindset.” Let’s talk
To be honest, teacher classroom goals have been my elusive white whale for quite some time. For years, I’ve spent the majority of my time living into what my life will become. I will lose
“If only there was more time.” “If only there were twenty of me.” How many times have you asked yourself these questions? If you’re like me, you’ve asked these and countless more. you may have
I decided to take a new concept-based instruction approach to teaching activities for St.Patrick’s Day. I have found that my young students really enjoy thematic method of teaching so I created some new Saint Patrick’s
Brilliant math strategies for differentiating instruction to step up your students’ results How can we as teachers truly see each of these students individually while teaching them everything they need to learn? There just aren’t