It may be last-minute, but don’t fret, I have a few ideas for toys that I think your kids will love. Best part? They will help teach your kiddos coding and engineering skills, as well as letting them use technology in the RIGHT way! I use some of these things at school, but I think […]
The month of October can be draining, and then to end the month with a big party can just be overwhelming! Luckily, there’s this wonderful thing called the internet that helps us find premade ideas to make life easier!
You’ve heard of STEAM and STEM, but how about STREAM? The ‘R’ stands for reading and is such an important part of our day! I SAW and SEE a need to integrate reading into our STEAM and STEM activities, which is why I decided to start creating these projects that are directly related to a […]
Looking for STEAM resources in your classroom? Here are some ideas to integrate the individual projects as stand-alone projects, into your curriculum, or into a STEAM club!
This back to school selfie project is great for the first days back to school. Using Google Classroom and Google Slides, share this project with students. They then take a selfie and use emojis to tell a bit about themselves. Once finished, students can print the project, cut, color, and glue together for a wonderful hallway or bulletin board display.
I get a lot of questions about my favorite books for third graders! Here they are! I LOVE these books and so do my students!
Looking for help with how to integrate technology into your classroom? This video helps you explore how to use Google Classroom to engage your students.
Looking for help with how to integrate technology into your classroom?
This video helps you explore how to use Google Classroom’s new Rubric Creator to engage your students! This is perfect for taking your current paper rubrics and sharing them directly into Google Classroom.
Looking for help with how to integrate technology into your classroom? This video helps you explore how to use Google Slides to engage your students. PLEASE NOTE…this video was recorded live, so the giveaways are no longer active, however, you can print off the training certificate after you watch the session. Check out the Starter […]
Are you looking for an easy reading log? It’s here! For years, I wasn’t totally sure that I should even be using a reading log. It always seemed that the kids who needed to read the most weren’t using the reading log and the kids who read the most in my class were also reading the most outside of school.