Are your students getting tired of the spelling word games you assign? I know that my spelling station is the one that I need to update the most. The spelling activities and games that held their attention in October don’t have the same effect in February! So why not add some NEW spelling word games?
December 8, 2020
Sticky notes. They’re not just for grocery lists anymore. Did you know you can print on sticky notes? My favorite thing to do is print reading responses onto sticky notes for my students to fill out at literacy stations. Reading responses at literacy stations are important. Your students know they are held accountable for reacting
This app was a lifesaver. I don’t know how I would have survived virtual learning without it. Using Epic for reading comprehension strategies was the best way that I could meet my student’s reading needs at their instructional level. Adding Students To Epic For Reading Lessons Adding your students to Epic is easy. Especially if
Do you remember the Emoji movie? I never saw it, but I remember how popular emojis were. Around this time, I was making my first spelling activities as digital resources for my students. I started doing this pre-Covid, when it was important to limit the amount of paper we used in our classroom. This was
I have never met a student who didn’t love bookmarks. You bust out a set of printable bookmarks and you’re going to see some excitement in your classroom! The beauty of bookmarks is that they can be for anything. I love passing them out for Christmas presents, or as Valentine’s Day Cards. But what I