It is very hard to monitor 20+ iPads at one time, or monitor your students while you are doing small groups and your students are using devices for centers. There are always students who want to try a new app or search online for different things (animal memes anyone…) but
Anchor charts are essential to students’ learning. It gives you as a teacher a place to anchor your lesson and it gives your students a place to refer to as they are practicing/working independently. Here are my top 5 reasons for why you should be using anchor charts in your
Fractions can be a tricky concept for students to grasp. In fourth grade we learn about fractions on a number line, adding and subtracting fractions, finding equivalent fractions as well as comparing and ordering them! It is so many concepts and the unit just flies by! I have some anchor
Engaging all of your learners all of the time is nearly impossible. But, you can get pretty close! Here are my top ten tips for increasing student engagement in your elementary classroom. This year, I have a group of wiggly students and they definitely have a hard time focusing. At
Using apps to help students practice multiplication facts is a great way to fill some down time in your classroom, build basic skills for students and motivate all of your learners. Below you will find 5 of my top apps for multiplication fact practice! Times Table Game This app has
Organizing your desktop can make you *seem* more productive! I love to change my desktop background up depending on the season, so I decided to winterize my desktop!I created these two desktop organizers which you can use to give yourself a little winter motivation and clean up those desktop files!