Tabitha Bennett

Tabitha Bennett

Tabitha Bennett
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My favorite Back To School Activity! It's the perfect whole class activity to help build community in your classroom at the beginning of the school year. Students share what they are looking for in a new friend, and how they can be a good friend to others. Perfect for first, second, third and fourth grade!

My favorite Back To School Activity! It's the perfect whole class activity to help build community in your classroom at the beginning of the school year. Students share what they are looking for in a new friend, and how they can be a good friend to others

17 Apps for Teachers in 2017 | aprillesher.com

17 Apps for Teachers in Tech tools can help teachers reach kids in a variety of different ways, and can prepare kids for the kinds of tools they'll use when they are out of school and become working members of their communities.

3 Branches of Government Interactive Notebook and Mini Unit. Love all the parts of this unit, especially the foldables and the bulletin board! Perfect for upper elementary and middle school!

Economics: 3 Branches of Government Interactive Notebook and Mini Unit. Love all the parts of this unit, especially the foldables and the bulletin board! Perfect for upper elementary and middle school!

Parent Teacher Conference Tip: Send home Parent Teacher Conference Reminder form (paper) and an e-mail reminder.  If you use SignUp Genius to schedule your conferences, it will automatically e-mail parents a reminder.  I still send a paper reminder too so that I have less no-shows!  :)

Parent Teacher Conference Tip: Send home Parent Teacher Conference Reminder form (paper) and an e-mail reminder. If you use SignUp Genius to schedule your conferences, it will automatically e-mail parents a reminder. I still send a paper reminder too so

Declaration of Independence How to teach the Declaration of Independence

“We just gloss over the Declaration of Independence at our school. The words are just too hard for my graders to understand.” I’m sure you can imagine the look on my face.