If you need a fun indoor game to keep the family entertained while it’s cold outside, you’re going to love this balloon tennis craft and game.
Dashing through snow, on a one horse open…snow sled? Those lyrics might not be quite as good as the original but this snow sled popsicle stick craft definitely makes up for it! Supplies Needed: Any Color Paint or Paint Pens Paintbrushes Regular Popsicle Sticks Small Popsicle Sticks Hot Glue Gun & Glue Glitter Glue Pens Cord,
I am all for easy crafts. Easy crafts that don’t take forever but take longer than 1 minute. This Easy Snowflake Craft is super simple but can be enjoyed by kids of all ages. Plus there isn’t much mess. It doesn’t have to take forever but kids can customize their own snowflakes over and over.
Can I be honest for a minute? I hope you’re saying yes…because I’m bringing some honesty either way! I always start the year with loads of goals and intentions to start 100 different “totally amazing” and “super cool” and “most creative” ideas ever. Care to take a guess about how many of those things I actually carry through during
Are you confused by all of the digital lessons that are coming out on TpT? There’s even a new category dedicated to Google Drive and Microsoft One Drive. I’ll let you in on a little secret. I am obsessed with these lessons. I’m not in a 1:1 classroom right now but I have a computer lab available for use
Digital Learning Day 2016 Why Should You Try Something New? Because Your Students Will Thank You. My students thank me all the time for the new “stuff” we are doing this year. Go ahead–take the plunge! Believe me, if you have access to any sort of technology (even one device), then do it. That one
Keep Calm and Teach 5th Grade is moving into the digital age with a brand new product line. I have started to create a set of products that are fully-integrated with Google Drive and Microsoft One Drive. Are you curious about what these products are? What Are Google Edition Products? Google Edition products are: Fully interactive Just like a
Wow! I haven’t participated int his blog hop for a while! I love this blog hop because it was the first official blog hop that I ever participated in when I started my blog last year. I love being able to link up with other teachers and just share things that are going on in
I am really excited about what I am going to share with you today! Last year, I indicated that one of my professional goals for the current year would be to involve students in their own learning and understanding their own data. I wanted my students to understand their progress and feel proud of their
Do you ever have those lessons that you’re just terrified of having a sub teach? Like…multiplying fractions, for example? Yes, I had a sub teach this. It was their first introduction to it. A lot of the time, even when I leave a note saying to follow the step-by-step anchor chart, the sub will bypass
I love anchor charts! I try to make them for most of my concepts. Right now, as we get ready to head into a new unit, I’m considering having my students go through a competition to make the anchor charts for me. The best anchor chart (visually and descriptively) will be put up in the