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Dress up for the 100th Day of School to motivate students to come to school that day. Here is a free flyer to share with your families.
Debbie Donovan saved to 100th day ideas
Description This unit has 53 pages of back to school fun! It revolves around an original story, There Was an Old Teacher, which is a version of the old classic, I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly. In this version, the old teacher swallows her school supplies and welcomes her new class on the first day of school. I am very excited about this unit for many reasons, but I am really excited to debut my own graphics! I had a lot of fun drawing the pictures! This unit is packed with activities…
The Teaching Bank saved to Great school ideas!
Groovy retro classroom decor inspiration #y2k #retro #teacher #classroomdecorideas #classroom
Smiles In Science saved to Classroom i n s p o
Characterization can be hard to dissect, unless you turn your class into a group of surgeons. Your students can dissect characters using body biographies!
Sandra Mangrum saved to Character Study
Teaching children about kindness and friendship is more than a feel-good exercise, it has flow-on benefits to all areas of learning. We know - from research and plain old human experience - that kindness breeds happiness, gratitude and confidence. It can also positively impact mental health, social and emotional health and connectedness. And when children feel safe, their concentration, performance and learning improve.
Атхам Рахматов saved to Организация класса
Wizards of wholesomeness. Kings and queens of kindness. Sultans of support. Teachers and professors can be very powerful forces of good in their students’ lives, helping guide them and unlocking their potential. Today, the team here at Bored Panda is paying homage to some of the best educators out there. That’s why we’ve collected some of their most wholesome and heartwarming moments.
Kristina Rosebrough saved to I like these
There’s so much more to kindergarten readiness than letter recognition. Maybe it’s because I’ve always wanted to be a teacher…but it baffles me that families don’t understand that 3, 4, and 5 year olds learn better through play than worksheets. Here’s a FREE parent handout to send home to help those families recognize what play...Read More
Marcia Bordovsky saved to Teacher Stuff
I was hesitant to implement math talk & math accountable talk stems at first, but I am so glad I did. Read to find out how these...
Donna Tibert saved to Math
It’s hard for me to believe it, but I’m about to start up my twelfth year of teaching. A lot of new teachers have messaged me on IG asking for some advice. When I sit down to reflect on my previous years, there is so much that I wish I had known when I first started. 1. ... Read More about First Year Teacher Advice
Alyssa Phillips saved to First year teaching