Do you teach morning meeting in your classroom? A morning meeting consists of 5 components: message, greeting, reading, sharing, and activity. It's a time set aside to have conversations with the class that you otherwise wouldn't have time for. It also allows for a time in the … [Read more...] about Student Led Morning Meeting
Impress your principal, parents, and even yourself as students engage in both fun and learning right up until the last bell rings before Winter Break with the 5 Day Classroom Countdown! All teachers know the last week before the winter break is difficult to fill. Students are … [Read more...] about 5 Day Classroom Countdown to Winter Break!
We've created a fresh, new (and educational!) way for students to learn about Thanksgiving! With these interactive lessons, students will engage in fun, hands-on activities that make the history of Thanksgiving come alive! 1st-3rd grade students will discover the history of … [Read more...] about Thanksgiving: Self-Directed Stations & Mini Lessons
Do ALL teachers hate writing sub plans as much as we do? Whether it's for PD, vacation time, or a sick day,creating plans for a substitute is something many teachers would like to avoid. We even have to admit it may seem easier to go to school while sick than to write those pesky … [Read more...] about Full Day Sub Plans Based on a Book!
Creating Olympic Buzz in the classroom Every two years people across the globe pause to witness incredible feats of athleticism, sportsmanship, and unity during the Olympic Games. Students are naturally curious about the Olympics so why not use that interest in the … [Read more...] about Olympic Games- ELA Lessons Using a Relevant Topic