If you don’t have a teacher survival kit, you can build your own. Here are 7 teacher survival kit ideas to help you set up your own or to use as a gift.
Teaching multiplication goes beyond having children memorize multiplication tables. To build math fluency, try these best ways to teach multiplication.
Learning suffixes often begins with -ed and -ing, and these suffixes get used a lot. Give your students plenty of practice with suffix worksheets.
Classroom behavior management helps students to feel safe and be in an environment conducive to concentrating, trying new things, and learning.
Systematic synthetic phonics means teaching kids to link sounds and symbols (phonemes to graphemes). Here are some pieces you’ll want in your phonics toolkit.
Teaching place value is important for students. Place value helps us to read whole numbers into the millions and beyond. Try these place value activities.
Before students can begin orthographic mapping, they need strong phonemic awareness skills. Here are some word study activities to develop these skills.
Math warm ups get kids participating, provide practice for skills you are currently working on, and review previously taught skills and concepts.
There’s no time like the beginning of the year to get stuck right into engaging read alouds. Here are five of the best read alouds for kids.