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Essential oils for the classroom: some ideas for how and why to use essential oils in your classroom to benefit both you and your students.

Are you ready to head back to school yet?  Here are 9 ways that you can start the year off right.  These strategies will help you set the foundation for your classroom and create a space where you and your students will want to be every day of the school

Are you ready to head back to school yet? Here are 9 ways that you can start the year off right. These strategies will help you set the foundation for your classroom and create a space where you and your students will want to be every day of the school ye

Classroom Management Makeover: Tips and logical consequences cheat sheet!

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Use "secret" hand signals to have students SHOW you what they need.  Each finger means something different, so the teacher can differentiate what kids need when there are 7 hands raised!  Great classroom management technique for nonverbal communication.

Use "secret" hand signals to have students SHOW you what they need. Each finger means something different, so the teacher can differentiate what kids need when there are 7 hands raised! Great classroom management technique for nonverbal communication.

8 Smart Strategies for Teaching Writing for elementary teachers

Teaching Writing Whether you're a new teacher just getting comfortable with teaching writing or a

Free Growth Mindset Resources Do your students have a growth mindset or a fixed mindset?

Have you studied the Mindset work of Carol Dweck? Through years of research she has identified two types of mindsets which.

Can your students write complete correct sentences? With this digital resource, students type a sentence while responding to picture prompts.  A planning prewrite page is provided before students write their complete sentence.  Use Google Slides in your Google classroom.  Works well for elementary students and ELLs (English Language Learners).

Create a form like this to place various picture prompts on to help students write a great sentence.