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“How do you fit in all your curriculum?” Well, many people sounded off and had some insights about what they teach and why. Get a free ebook with ideas!
Make a dancing Astronaut Paper Puppet, with this wonderful paper based STEAM Project for Space Explorers. Color, cut and assemble your articulated paper puppet today!
Super cute and funny little chicken finger puppet printable. Part of a set of 10 Farmyard Animals or 3 Easter Finger Puppets. So easy to make and lots of fun to play with. Paper crafts for kids!
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Do bathroom breaks in the middle of your lessons drive you bonkers? How do you set up an effective routine with your students?
Summer learning loss is a yearly concern for teachers and parents. Studies show the average student can lose anywhere from 20-40% of the knowledge and skills gained throughout the school year. Try these tips and fun educational activities to help prevent the summer slide for your child!
How do you reinforce vocabulary, especially those words included in the learning standards? Here is an idea that might help.
Parents and classroom visitors will be amazed at how often new work is shown, without realizing that the student changes the work – not you! Enjoy!
Keeping it real: Are your student computer icons organized or a hot digital mess?
It is so important that we take the time to attend to our needs and recharge our emotional, mental and physical battery packs. We believe self-care needs to be a priority in the life of every teacher. So we have put together 5 different ways you can take care of yourself...
Teaching kids to tell time past the hour can be challenging but it doesn’t have to be a struggle for you or your students. These classroom-tested tips and FREE telling time activities and for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade students make learning to tell time more concrete and fun. Hands-on telling time teaching ideas and games for teachers of first, second and third graders.
If you're looking for an easy way to create a classroom birthday poster, the template below is perfect for you! The printable template can be customized with your choice of fonts and colors for students' names too.
One of the things I started this year was using Twitter to communicate with students and parents about homework and upcoming assignments, tests and events.
I have seen amazing class libraries and they were all set up different from one another! What I CAN share with you though is how I have always set up mine.
This is one of the most fun things I've ever done with my class the last week of school! We did these end of the year countdown activities with simple student gifts the last week of school. Here's how it works: Roll down the chart each day to reveal the day's treat. Each day matching activity pages with math and ELA tasks. Students use the treats to do the tasks! It's genius and your students will love it!