Fall is finally here! That means it is time to break out the cozy sweaters, warm pants, and all the fun fall elementary activities for your classroom. One of the best things about the seasons changing is you can break out some “new” things in your classroom. Students love to see different things ... Read More about 6 Fun Fall Elementary Activities for Your Classroom
When you’re a kindergarten teacher, you have a unique and powerful responsibility. You are the person who sets the tone for a student's first “real” school experience. When you think about this, you might start freaking out, but don’t! You can make your kindergarten students’ first year of “real” ... Read More about 5 Simple Steps for Starting Centers in Kindergarten
Boks are one of the most important things you can have in your classroom. Why? Because having books in your classroom promotes reading to your students! This is especially true if you let them check out the books from your classroom library. However, it can be a frustrating area of your classroom if ... Read More about 5 Tips for Organizing Your Classroom Library
The Science of Reading is the new word in the classroom. What is it and why does it matter? The Science of Reading is all about improving reading! When students have trouble with reading, it usually trickles over into other areas. One of the components of the Science of Reading is using a Sound Wall ... Read More about How to Create a Sound Wall That Works!
Centers are a great way to help review content with students. They are fun and simple activities that your students can do independently or as a group. However, all those little pieces can be a pain to contain! Over the years, I have found the perfect system for organizing centers. These simple and ... Read More about Tips for Organizing Centers for a Cleaner Classroom