Here I delve into the various teaching strategies that teachers use and how these can be practically implemented in the classroom.

You’ll find tips, tricks and ideas including games, quick teaching strategies and fun stuff that your kids will love!

Top 5 Fun Classroom Games

Top 5 Fun Classroom Games

Are you after some more fun classroom games to add to your teaching kit for those times when you need to get the juices flowing in your students again? Well you’ve come to the right place…here I share with you my top 5 fun classroom games. The games can be used for transitions, to fill…

11 Warning Signs That A Student In Your Class May Have Dyslexia

11 Warning Signs That A Student In Your Class May Have Dyslexia

Did you know that every class has approximately one student with a learning disability such as dyslexia? When I was teaching I thought I was quite lucky because I never came a across a student who had dyslexia.  What I didn’t know at the time was that I very likely had taught students with a…

3 Amazing Back To School Classroom Games

3 Amazing Back To School Classroom Games

Do you want to learn some spectacular new classroom games that will ease those back to school classroom jitters? It’s that time of year again when many of us fearless teachers are heading back for a new school year.  It’s an exciting time for both the kids and the teachers, but it can also be…

How I Get My Students To Reflect On Their Learning

How I Get My Students To Reflect On Their Learning

I’m a big believer in getting my students to think about their learning at the end of a lesson, and reflect on how they think they went. Before moving on, I want my students to really consider what they did, why they did this and also take note of their strengths and weaknesses. I have…

How I Use WILF and TIB To Let My Students Know What I’m Looking For

How I Use WILF and TIB To Let My Students Know What I’m Looking For

This week I’d like to share with you a teaching strategy that I was first introduced to in my first year of teaching and that I find helps to focus my students during a lesson. When planning my lessons I always set a few learning objectives that I hope my students will be able to…

5 Physical Education Activities You Can Use For Early Morning Fitness

5 Physical Education Activities You Can Use For Early Morning Fitness

Physical activity is so much fun and I’ve found that it’s definitely a great way to start the school day.  I set aside the first 20minutes of the day for early morning fitness on at least 3 days in the week. It’s a good way to energize your students and get them ready for learning…