Make Dry-Erase Boards for Pennies!
Dry-erase boards are fun for kids, and easy to use from everything from introducing a new topic to review and even assessment. Find out how to make them for pennies apiece on this blog!
Cards for generating random student groups in my middle school classes.... Groups can be generated by color, number, type of sticker or type of hole punched.
"What Stuck With You Today?" - Awesome end of the day activity!
I absolutely love these post-it boards! What a great way for students to reflect on the day and share what they've learned with each other. Click on the images above to link directly to these...
A few good ideas & a FREEBIE
If your anything like me, you're out there searching pinterest , google and the world wide web for tips and tricks to help your classroom be...
Teaching Responsibility With a Pencil
Teaching responsibility in the classroom does not have to be hard. Here's a simple and sure fire way using pencils or other school supplies.
Little things make a big difference
I never thought I would think so much about pencils before I became a teacher. There are never enough, they are always dull and they have n...
13 Smart Ways to Eliminate No Name Papers | Teach 4 the Heart
Subscribe to the Teach 4 the Heart Podcast.Sometimes it’s all about the little things. And every teachers know a little thing like no-name papers sure can be a pesky timewaster. When this question came up in our Christian Teachers’ Lounge Facebook group, I knew these ideas needed to be shared.
Rachelle's Classroom Reveal
I made the Oh, Hello above my door and the arrows on the side with my Silhouette Cameo . I am so excited to share my classroom with yo...