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
Originally posted on: August 21, 2016 | Updated on: June 25, 2021 One of the greatest challenges we face as teachers is finding enough time
These five communication tools make it easier for you to consistently share student progress about math understanding with families. If you love using hands-on learning, multi-step projects, and work that students refer to multiple times throughout the unit so they can build on their learning and deepen their understanding, these tools are for you! Each tool is designed to keep parents in the loop with what their child is learning and how they are progressing in your workshop-style classroom.
One of the most exciting parts of being a teacher is having the creative freedom to experiment with routines and procedures that work best for
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
During the summer months, one of the most common discussion topics in our Third Grade Teacher Facebook Group is focused around what a daily schedule