Number Sense Fluency and Fitness Brain Break
Fluency & Fitness brain breaks combine learning and movement! Videos for Kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade to review literacy and math.
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Emergency Door Curtain Organizer
Emergency Door Curtain Organizer: Safety in our schools is at the forefront of everyone's mind, and back-to-school time is a great time for teachers to take a moment to prepare for anything the year may bring. One item safety officials recommend for the classroom is a device to blo…
Froot Loop worksheet for oo words
This oo words worksheet is so fun it won't feel like a worksheet at all! (This post contains affiliate links.) Have you seen all the free resources I've sha
Distance Learning with Reading Comprehension
Let’s talk teaching reading comprehension remotely. Can we just pause for a second. Okay… I know online teaching is very overwhelming…but teaching is so much more than just pushing out activity after activity for our students to do at home. Yes….they can do activities on their own…BUT…. only if they have been taught first. Now ... Read More about Teaching Reading Comprehension Remotely
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Data collection in the special education classroom
Data collection in the special education classroom is a big undertaking. A better understanding of the data collection process allows you to collect data more easily and to determine if your interventions and teaching strategies are effective. Today’s guest blogger, Dana Howell, is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who taught regular education, and special education. …
14 Books to Read to Your Kids Before Winter is Over
My friend and former teacher, Teresa, is back with her favorite winter reads and it's SUCH a good list. Other than Christmas books, children's books about the seasons are my favorite. It's such a great way to explore concepts and changes that occur with our children. While we may have just seen our few fleeting days of snow here in the Seattle area come and go, it's still fun to read about it! A few favorites around our house... Over and Under the Snow by Kate Messner is such a wonderful…
Draw a Friend // Portraits by Kids for the Classroom
Children draw portraits of each other, inspired by the book The Name Jar, and then use the Scotch™ Thermal Laminator to make their portraits everlasting.
Progress Monitoring Made Quick and Easy - Mrs. D's Corner
IEPs and RTI. Progress monitoring and data collection. This simple system has worked for me for years. Sharing a FREE, simple, easy, and effective way to save you time... and your sanity. Learn more now!