Planning for a year of literacy instruction with tips on how to simplify the setting up of literacy lesson plans, and keeping engagement high.
What are your teacher goals for the new year? What steps are you taking to make them a reality? Here are some ideas to make your goals a reality.
Teacher work life balance is essential — but it’s easy to skip it or let it get pushed out of our schedule. Here are 3 teacher self care tips.
Morphological awareness is essential for reading and spelling. It can help students build vocabulary, boost spelling skills & improve reading comprehension.
If you teach grades 7–12, you may think your students don’t need phonics, but if kids struggle with reading, they need phonics intervention.
Dyslexia can slip through the cracks. Let’s sort some dyslexia facts from dyslexia myths so students can get the support they need.
If you have a variety of print types in your print rich classroom, you’re ready for a print walk. Here are four print walk tasks to try.
A print rich environment contains different texts that use print for various purposes. Here are some ideas to help you create a print rich environment.
Connecting with the seasons is one way to keep kids engaged. That might look like snowflake name tags, but you can use seasonal activities to guide learning too.