Take back your weekends without sacrificing quality teaching!
Time is so limited in the elementary classroom with all the standards we have to teach! How can we fit them all in while teaching them adequately? Integrate! I explain just how I do it so that I can fit them all in by integrating – along with a few ideas to get you started. I know you may feel uncomfortable and need to start slow, so I have you covered with that too!
I’m sharing all my ideas and knowledge over at Minds in Bloom as a guest blogger! Click on Rachel’s button below (Minds in Bloom) to head on over to that post! After you are done reading it, pin it, and share it with a friend!
Classroom management is most teachers' biggest pain point, but this is not a magical unicorn: You CAN have your classroom run itself! I'm sharing my tips for tightening up your routines and procedures so that this can happen...in real life! ... See MoreSee Less
One of my favorite areas to teach in science are the experiments. I love to play around with science and see what kinds of things we can create! When we start our physical and chemical changes unit,...
I know a lot of teachers tend to avoid technology use in their sub plans. Where do you fall - incorporate technology in sub plans or no? Either way, this post shares a lot of great ideas! ... See MoreSee Less