Merry Christmas Everyone! I hope you are all enjoying the holiday season and finding time to rest, relax, and spend time with family.
This week, I am celebrating a Big Milestone! To kick off the celebration, I created a new Number Sequencing Activity that I am offering as a FREEBIE through November 7th. This “cool” freebie includes 3… [read more]
Have you tried using clip cards yet? Clip card centers are quick and easy to set up. Simply print and laminate the pages, cut apart the cards, and provide students with a set of clips. Students clip… [read more]
Finding treasure chest prizes for 6th graders can be a challenge. Many of the inexpensive toys are geared for younger children. I use a set of coupons for free items such as “Homework Pass” or… [read more]
I have spent the last few days at school getting set up for the new year. School starts next week for us. I was talking with a new teacher who asked me about assigning student… [read more]
I just found this on Pinterest (where else?) and had to share. It’s a video from the Teaching Channel demonstrating silent hand signals in classroom. I’ve heard of using hand signals to communicate for things… [read more]
I am getting things ready to head back to school. This year, I am going to add QR codes to my parent info packets. This way, they can simply scan the QR code and link… [read more]
It’s always nice to discover new ways to save a little time. Have you ever heard of Math-Aids.com? This site is a great time saver for teachers. Basically, you can choose a math topic, follow… [read more]