BACK TO SCHOOL
Back to school is one of the most exciting and busiest times of year in the classroom. These posts teach you how to keep things simple, streamline, and stress-free as you establish routines and expectations from the first minute your new class steps through the door.
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Focusing on parent communication during the first week of school can help you build trust in your classroom community. It can also make your entire
Originally posted on August 2, 2015 | Updated on: July 19, 2021 Elementary students are filled with enthusiasm and powerful emotions. Harnessing those attributes in
At this point, we have no idea what school will look like come fall or exactly how we’ll need to tweak our routines and expectations
A tidy classroom makes for more a productive learning space, but how do you maintain a tidy classroom? This post is filled with tips for getting your students genuinely involved in maintaining a tidy classroom environment each day so you as a teacher aren’t the only one working hard to maintain organization and tidiness throughout the school year.
Strong classroom management is one of the critical components to making your life as a teacher more smooth and enjoyable. No matter where you fall
When adopting workshop-style teaching and learning, you need a clear plan for how to keep students accountable without drowning in papers to grade. Many teachers
This year, I decided to make some modifications to my classroom decor, and I am thrilled to share this reveal with you all. This post
FREE SCHEDULE CARDS FOR YOUR CLASSROOM If you are interested in a free, editable copy of the schedule cards I use for our schedule display,
Launching the school year with interactive activities can help your students settle back into the school routine while enjoying the movement and socialization they grow
TEACHER CABINET This is my go-to storage spot for anything related to our current units of study. I also have bins that store examples of