If you are looking for EASY daily math rotations, you are in the right place. Math rotations have made my math block so much better and my students so much more successful. This year is the first year we have truly used this model and I could not be any happier with the results. If you want the shortened version… Read More
Start Using Literature Circles TODAY! Find out how to easily implement literature circles with grades 3-5. So easy, you can get started today (or tomorrow).
Looking to build community, engage students, keep students on track for the day, and show gratitude? Then you are ready to run morning meetings like a boss! Morning meetings have been a total game changer for me this year and I will never look back. I always thoughts that I had to give morning work, but this year I wanted… Read More
Why your students should start playing Prodigy Math Game…NOW! Are you looking for a way to encourage your students to practice and reinforce their math skills? You may want to give Prodigy a try. Prodigy is a math-based game that mimics the gameplay of a RPG, or role playing game, where students engage in “wizard battles” using math problems to… Read More
Want to easily print comments when using Google Docs? There is an extension for that! When you assign students a writing prompt or project in Google Docs, it would be great if you were able to print that document with all of the markups. There are definitely times when this could come in handy, especially for special ed or elementary students…. Read More
Click and Grow: The Perfect Classroom Growing System for any classroom and any grade level. Last year, a parent in my classroom wrote a grant and got us a Click and Grow Smart Garden 3, which we used to grow basil…and a lot of it! Student drop in the seed pods, add water, plug in the system, and watch their… Read More