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Life as an early career teacher is usually a whirlwind of emotions. It can feel overwhelming and as though you’ve been thrown in the deep end; left to work out everything on your own. Here are 5 quick tips to help you survive your first year in teaching (and many more after that)...
Have you ever been educated on a topic, and you spent maybe an hour learning and practicing it, but then you are told to remember that in 3 months? Crazy right???? That is what many of us are taught to do in our classrooms, but spiral review breaks that lousy habit and continuously exposes our students on topics they are expected to kno
Need help teaching #ClassroomProcedures and #ClassroomRoutines in the upper elementary classroom? Here, you'll find ideas for modeling the correct and incorrect way, having students model, practicing as a whole class, plus other great ideas and downloads. Great for your 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade students. #BackToSchool #BTS #KristineNannini #UpperElementary #TeacherHacks #ITeachFifth #ITeachFourth #ITeachThird #ClassroomManagement
We know that reading aloud to our students and children is important. This is just one more way to ensure that students are being exposed to many forms of literacy. All students, even those in upper elementary grades, can benefit. Storyline Online is a great solution to end of the day chaos.
Lay the foundation with phonemic awareness activities & develop strong phonics skills with these Tap Map & Graph VC & CVC Short Vowel activities. The phonemic awareness & phonics lessons use 4 engaging science of reading activities for small group, whole group & independent work. Blend & segment sounds & use phonics skills with picture cards. Work mats, vowel cards, independent worksheets & more! Use for word work time, during small group reading, interventions, special education & tutoring.
It’s that time of year when teachers across the country are beginning to think about classroom set up. Time to roll up your sleeves and begin the transformation of that big, empty space into a warm and inviting classroom. So whether you’re a veteran teacher or you’re a first year teacher…here are 5 easy tips to setting up your elementary classroom.