I recently spoke with a friend about the possibilities of trying a math workshop approach in the classroom. My district uses Everyday Math. While I love the idea of really reaching my math students at their instructional levels, I can’t wrap my brain around exactly how this would all tie together with Everyday Math. Tonight I was looking around at… Read More
Science Units & -ing Word Sort
I hope you are enjoying your Memorial Day weekend. I’m glad so many of you were able to check out my classroom rewards freebie. I appreciate the feedback I have received by e-mail, comments on this blog, and commments at my TpT store. While I continue to add more and more projects to my plate this summer, I am reminded… Read More
Words Their Way and Spelling Scope & Sequence
What does spelling look like in your classroom? If you have an adopted spelling curriculum, are you following it? Do you find that the scope and sequence meets the needs of your students? I’ve just started looking into Words Their Way: The prices for all of the books can add up quickly! I want to make sure the investment is worth it, so here… Read More
Do You Have a Snack Time During the School Day?
I wanted to find out where people stand on having snack time during the school day. My opinion?Pros – it helps if you have an early or late lunch time, morning snack can help those kids who don’t get a good breakfast, it can provide a much-needed brain break Cons – messy, takes time, if you go the group snack… Read More
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