20 Tips for New Teachers — Alleah Maree
Hey hey, teacher friend!! Oh MY, congratulations on landing a new teaching job! I’m so INCREDIBLY stoked for you. I remember that feeling and it’s so SO good. Whether it’s your first classroom or maybe you’re going back after being away for a bit, either way that’s super exciting and I know you’re
Back-to-School....Already?! - Create Teach Share
About a week out of school, and I am already thinking about next year!!! What.Is.Wrong.With.Me??? Normally, I give myself a few weeks before I allow the next school year to sneak into my summer vacation. However, I have a new challenge ahead of me next year, and need all the time I can get. I…
Lemon Cream Cheese Pound Cake
*WARNING* If you’re trying to lose weight or eat healthy or cut down on sweets…avert your eyes now!!! This recipe is over the top…a pound of butter, 6 eggs (yes…6!!), and a block of cream cheese. You will gain a pound just by looking at this cake! But…oh man is it good!! I can’t take…
Teacher to Teacher Ideas in the Top Teaching Blog | Scholastic
Exciting lesson ideas, classroom strategies, teaching tips, book lists, videos, and reproducibles in a daily blog by teachers from the classrooms of extraordinary mentor
Carpet Song Poster
I teach Kindergarten and we sing songs all day! I sing this song as well transition to "carpet" or "circle" time. My kiddos need a poster to reference it and I use this to teach the song. There are 2 different versions (in the preview) one with no pictures and larger font and one with pictures.Ple...
40 Awesome Number Activities for Preschoolers
Awesome number activities for preschoolers to help learn how to recognize their numbers, along with counting and one to one correspondence.
Ice Breakers for Kids with FREE Printables - Homeschool Hideout
This simple game from Homeschool Hideout is the perfect ice breaker for kids! All you need is the free printable and a bag of Skittles. #icebreaker #games #activities #gettingtoknowyou #kids #makingfriends
Growth Mindset Back to School Activities DISTANCE LEARNING
Children write or draw their goals for the new school year and decorate the banners. You string them up and hang them around the classroom. They serve as a great reminder for students, too! There are two different banners included. Banner two has a kindergarten, first, and second grade version.
Back to School 'Snowball' Fight
This back to school "snowball" fight activity will have your students getting up and moving around the classroom to get to know each other. Extend the activity by repeating it with new facts--or use the same ones again!