Getting organized and prepared in the classroom
Do you, like many teachers, walk into your classroom after summer break and immediately feel overwhelmed? It's possible to get everything in your classroom ready for the back to school season without the stress. These tips & this FREE checklist took me fr
Four ways to break the cycle of disengagement and keep students working. The 2nd one was a life saver for me!
Don't break the bank reinforcing student behavior! Try these 50 absolutely FREE rewards in your classroom.
The Best Parent Teacher Conference Ever- this post will give you great ideas to make your conference a happy one!
Creating a growth mindset can be a challenge in the classroom! It's all about setting the tone and providing students with opportunities to reflect on their choices. You can use these growth mindset brag tags to help students recognize the choices they are making in thinking about their learning. Help kids take charge of their own learning and success! [Resource by: The Husky Loving Teacher]
Setting Up for Guided Reading
FREE!! These labels are great for organizing in your classroom. They measure 3 inches wide by 1.5 inches tall. There is a file where you can create your own labels!
Perfect for back to school time! Start the school year off right. Easy to implement ideas and procedures for the best school year!
The Best Back to School Tips from Real Teachers - Education to the Core
30 Back to School Tips to Help You Save Money and Get Organized from Clever Classroom
The First Days of School by Harry Wong
"Trust your gut—You know what your students need. Listen to your instincts. And don't take yourself too seriously." -Rachel C.
Lots of great tips from veteran teachers for new (and not so new) teachers .
Back to school rules and expectations- hands on activities, whole group learning, partner games, and shared writing books to learn the rules and procedures of their new school year- back to school activity for rules and procedures
Use tape to separate table space! Why have I never thought about this!!
StudentSavvy: Top Teacher Problems!
"Teach & model respect to your students by giving it and expecting it to be returned. This will be a gift ALL school year." -Stephanie M.
"Research positive discipline approaches. Students can be encouraged to be their best when they are corrected with love and patience. As teachers we have the opportunity to really model healthy interactions by the way we respond to their actions." -Christina A. from Sea Bear's Kindergarten