Anchor Charts are a great way to help your students learn and remember what has been taught throughout the year. Here are a few charts that we have made in our classroom this year.
Erin🌻 TEACHER on Instagram: “Things on my whiteboard that just make sense... Anyone get that reference? 🤣 • But anyway... I’ve posted about this before, but for those…”
Erin🌻 TEACHER posted on Instagram: “Things on my whiteboard that just make sense... Anyone get that reference? 🤣 • But anyway... I’ve…” • See all of @makingastatementinsped's photos and videos on their profile.
Managing a Kindergarten classroom takes a lot of discipline. Making sure your students learn the rules at the beginning of the year is time consuming, but so important. Here are three posters I place around the room for my students to have a visual reminder of their expectations throughout the day. Grab these posters HERE. I keep these posters in the areas I need them the most. Table Rules go on the white board, so that if I am teaching whole group I can remind those who are not doing a good…
Kiss First Day Jitters Good-Bye! Linky
I'm joining up with Abby from Mrs. Saunders' Lovelies for her Kiss First Day Jitters Good-Bye Linky What a relevant topic right about now? Well almost that time...I'm not exactly ready to start thinking First Day just yet! But, I do have a check-list I use. It includes most of my first day procedures. I really only included procedural type stuff and fun first day activities on this check list. I left off the core subject specifics, because that changes from year to year. Not quite in that…
Collaborative Short Story Review Poster Project
Engaging teaching strategies and learning resources for middle school ELA and high school English students.
Here’s How I Teach Long Division
I’m popping in today to share some long division activities and anchor charts. We started out our division unit by making this little chart in our notebooks. We needed a quick way to review d…
Free--When to Use a Comma Reference Chart
I am back with a freebie! There are so many different instances in which a comma should be used. I have just released a handy student reference chart that students can attach inside of their student notebooks or place inside of a folder.Click Here To Access It.
Megan DuVarney Forbes on Instagram: “Today we started using these discussion prompts in class and it went so well! We are doing a novel study, and the first day of group…”
1,369 Likes, 44 Comments - Megan DuVarney Forbes (@toocoolformiddleschool) on Instagram: “Today we started using these discussion prompts in class and it went so well! We are doing a novel…”
Understanding Dyslexia in the Upper Elementary Classroom
An Upper Elementary Collaborative blog written by 13 teachers. Includes teaching ideas and resources for grades 3, 4, and 5.