Summer is almost here! There are so many fun things for your students and/or your own children to do over the summer. They will be swimming, playing outside and more. While it is great to soak up the sun during the warm weather, it is also important to keep students reading to avoid the “Summer Slide”, which is learning loss that can happen if students
The end of the school year is a time to do some of the things we haven’t had time to do during the rest of the busy year! Testing is over, and you have just a little bit longer with your group of students until the summer. However, the end of the year can be a great time if you have the right mindset. Here
Emergency Sub Plans- Why You Need Them! After I had my son, I took a break from teaching to stay home with him. During his first year, I subbed at a couple local schools. The WORST thing that happened to me when I was a substitute teacher was when I showed up to the class and there were no lesson plans. There was no information
Christmas can be such a busy time of year, and sometimes it can be tricky to find time to do the “fun stuff” with your class along with everything else that needs to be done before the holiday break- and getting Christmas shopping done for your own family! But, here is an idea that is pretty easy to integrate into any elementary classroom: Secret Santa
I have finished updating my Thanksgiving products from last year, and boy does it feel good! I’ve come a long way since I opened my Teachers pay Teachers store just over a year ago. These products now have improved graphics and fonts, and they feel just like brand new products for me! I also added a brand NEW Thanksgiving product. am so excited to share!