I have some suggestions for books to help you learn — and a great way to move beyond theory to practice. Here are some of the best books for teachers!
Are you tired of the same old same old homework or heading back to school and need new ideas? Here are some creative homework ideas to put into the mix.
A phonics scope and sequence provides a systematic and explicit plan for teaching phonics and the core code knowledge. Grab your free scope and sequence.
When we talk about teaching time, we want students to tell the time using analog and digital clocks, figure out elapsed time and write time in different ways.
Teacher burnout is real, and so encouraging teachers to stay with it is essential. But, what can you do to help motivate teachers? Here are a few ideas.
It’s been quite a year; with too much Zoom, trying to teach in-person and online. But, teachers are a resilient bunch and have reasons to be thankful.
Do you remember cootie catchers? Surprisingly, these printable phonics games are a great way to practice phonics skills. Here are 7 cootie catcher ideas.
Your usually smoothly running classroom can become chaotic before holidays. Here are three classroom management tips for the holiday season.
You know your students need explicit phonics instruction. It’s time to look for shortcuts without skimping on quality. Here are some ideas that will help.