With technology being ever present in the classroom, teachers need to be teaching digital citizenship. What is it? Why is it important? How do I go about teaching it to my students? All of these questions are going to be answered in this five part series all about digital citizenship.
Looking to add some new texts to your classroom library? Are you a first year teacher with a small classroom library? Do you wish that you had a larger selection of books for your students to choose from? If you answered yes to any of those questions- this post is
Do you use math centers in your classroom? They can be a lot of extra work unless they are set up correctly and efficiently in your classroom! Keep on reading to find out how I make math centers work in my classroom with a few simple organization strategies!This post contains
How do you use picture books in your classroom? I use them for a variety of reasons, including teaching some important life skills and lessons. Maria Dismondy is an amazing author that writes children’s literature that focuses on making a difference in the lives of our students. This includes her
Teaching about figurative language can be difficult and boring! Teachers… it doesn’t have to be this way! In the past few years I have grown to love teaching about figurative language and poetry. Now I find that my students LOVE learning about all of it too! Keep on reading to
Do you cover the Solar System in science? It is one of my favorite units to teach because the kids are so curious and intrigued by everything beyond our Earth! This post is full of ideas, books, resources, videos and even a FREEBIE to help you teach all about the