Love this post about developing new habits! Her strategy makes so much sense-- I may actually be able to form those new habits using her steps! Click through to the post to read more!
Opposites poster – Early Years teaching resource - Scholastic - include in the quiet book
Research tells us students learn more when we get them up and moving. Why not try to eradicate those common grammar errors with a little bit of fun--try it out with Grammar Games!
How to Write an Essay Like the Pros (Infographic)
Make a deck of cards with two cards of each emotion. Play go fish. When a pair is found, describe a time when you've felt that emotion.
Freebie Page lots of other ideas too. Go back to this blog.
Make wheel and back from card with paper cover. Use wizzy pin to fix. Add emotion icons to base with blue tack so kid can add how they are feeling to a specific day.
Prepositions can be very confusing for English Language Learners to understand a simple chart like this could be displayed in a prominent place in the classroom and used as a resource not only for ELLs but for the whole class.