How many times have you heard the phrase “I’m done!” in an elementary classroom? Too many, right?! And it’s so catchy too. Once one student says it, then before you know it, THEY’RE ALL DONE. It’s like magic, only not really. So what kinds of activities for fast finishers will help this problem? So, today I’m
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
About six years ago, one of my sweetest students ever stood up from my listening center with her headphones still attached and started walking away. The poor girl was horrified when my huge clunky CD/tape deck combo clattered to the ground and broke. I had been looking for a reason to find online stories for
At the start of school, you have a classroom full of nervous, shy, and excited little faces looking at you and each other. It’s important to build a classroom community and make relationships at the beginning of the year. Here are five icebreaker games for kids you can play on the first day of school.