50 Instagram-Worthy Teacher Hacks to Try in Your Classroom
These Instagram-worthy teacher hacks will keep your classroom organized, your sanity intact, and your social media channels popping.
Book Talks for Elementary Kids - Lessons by Sandy
Book Talks are a powerful way to share new books with students and encourage them to try out different genres they may not have thought about before. While I have been doing book talks with my students for years, I wanted to bump it up a notch and not only have them begin to create... Read more
The Spelling Hack All Teachers Should Know About
Help your students become better spellers with the spelling hack that every teacher should know! It is mind-blowing how effective as well as how simple it is and easy for students to use!
Take Home Reading (EDITABLE) - RED (Read Every Day) Folder and Reading Log
**NOW COMPLETELY EDITABLE!!!!!** You will now be able to edit/modify anything to suit your needs!! I hope you are able to use my R.E.D. (Read Every Day) Freebie! This folder is used as a way to keep track of reading both at home and at school! It is also a motivational tool to get students reading.
Parts of a Book Posters
Parts of a Book Posters These are a *MUST-HAVE* for teachers or librarians! With simple, easy-to-read and easy-to-understand words and illustations, these posters are eye-catching and perfect for display! Fifteen posters explain concept of TITLE, AUTHOR, ILLUSTRATOR, SPINE, FRONT COVER AND BAC...
Conferencing with Comprehension 'Fix-Up' Strategy Cards - The Creative Apple Teaching Resources
Do your students struggle with comprehension? It doesn’t matter what grade you teach, there are just some students who have difficulty understanding what they read. There are many reasons why this can happen. It could be a complex plot, too many characters, too much action, just a boring book, or it could be a bigger issue. Regardless of what is causing the breakdown of comprehension, there are things you can do as a reading teacher to not only help correct it, but to resolve the issue all…
Ideas for Prewriting
In search of a pre-writing activiy? Drawing pictures, playing games or even singing are all forms of pre-writing.Grab this free pre-writing printable today!
Digital Book Talk Project for Google Slides - Distance Learning
This Google Slides Book Talk Project allows students to create a book report in a digital format and allows students to practice 21st-century skills in authentic ways. Students can practice important digital skills while having fun creating a presentation to "sell" a book to their classmates. Book T...
11 Free Reading Websites for Kids
Bring reading to life with these 11 free reading websites for kids! Great resources for preschool through middle school. Find more at ReallyGoodTeachers.com
Follow the Yellow Brick Road Retelling - Cara Carroll
I’m back today to report to you that I DID NOT have to suck it up and eat the larva for snack today. And…PTL…I remembered my math & literacy stations AND I got a full 7 hours sleep…minus 30 minutes here and there thanks to a cover hogging husband :) Yes friends, today was MUCH …
Read Aloud Books by Grade Level - Peas in a Pod Lessons
Reading aloud to my class is one of my favorite things to do. If you’re looking for the best read aloud books for elementary school children, look no further. This list of stories is perfect for classrooms to enjoy together! As fun as a read-aloud can be, it pays off to be careful while choosing […]
4 Fabulous Ideas for Teaching Theme
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Fun Ideas to go Along with Laura Numeroff's "If You Give" books
Resources, activities, and free printables to go along with books by Laura Numeroff. Includes ideas for the If You Give series.