How YOU can Handle the Most Common Misbehaviors in the Classroom (FREE PDF).
You know you are going to come across bad behavior this year, you know it will make you want to tear your hair out. Find out here how to handle it........ #teacherofsci #classroommanagement, #badbehavior #behaviormanagement #adviceforteachers #teacheradvice #teachertips #teachingtips #teacher #teachers #teaching #education
67 Free Fonts for Teachers
Fonts play a big role in creating classroom worksheets, activities and many teachers love making their own! Here are 42 free fonts that were created by teachers and will help make your classroom activities bright, whimsical and add just the right touch.
Elementary Classroom Tour : Organization and Design Ideas to Promote Student Independence
Love the bins. Also like how she positioned paper on her table for her doc camera.
GIVEAWAY, Say Something, Fire Anniversary
Guided reading strategy called "Say Something" allows teachers to see how students are thinking about their texts. Additionally, it provides students w/a tool to help them express their ideas about reading in meaningful ways.
A Handy Infographic Featuring 10 Things Every Teacher Should be Able to Do on Google Classroom (Educational Technology and Mobile Learning)
A Handy Infographic Featuring 10 Things Every Teacher Should be Able to Do on Google Classroom, an education post from the blog Educational Technology and Mobile Learning on Bloglovin’
Math Equals Love | Math Teaching Blog by Sarah Carter
This will be my first year to assign roles during group work. Maybe this is where I've gone wrong with group work over the past two years. ...
How to Organize Your Reading Groups
Blog post on forming small groups and setting up a schedule that actually works! Especially helpful if you have guided reading groups. Tons of examples and all the forms are free, too! (The Thinker Builder)
Organize your Common Core Standards!
I posted this picture on my Facebook Page this morning... and I've had a few questions on how I organize my Common Core gradebooks and "I Can" statements. So here's a blogpost with pictures on how I do it! First, I got a 1" in binder. You won't need much bigger, but if all the standards are on one side, then it'll be bunched up and thicker on one side of the binder. (Just accordion the standards in the sleeves, and it'll work.) In each page protector, I put in the cover page for each…
4th Grade I Cans
We have gathered all of our Common Core (4th Grade I Cans) resources for 4th grade. We hope this makes it easier to access all of our 4th grade resources.