Word work activities encompass a lot. Let’s look at some of the best activities for word work centers as well as word work ideas that students can do at home.
Who knew masks would be a top teacher must have for this year? Had you Zoomed before? 2020 was a year with some unexpected teacher must have supplies.
Success with math read alouds starts with good books. Here are some favorite picture books for teaching math for a handful of topics to help you get started.
I love math centers because they give students a chance to practice skills and strategies they have learned. Here are math center ideas you can use now.
Do your literacy centers need a refresh? There are so many fun ways to help kids practice literacy skills. Here are 3 literacy station ideas to try now.
In “normal” times, teaching stress and burnout are real and common. We need to watch for teacher burnout—and take steps to avoid it. Here are 3 tips.
Taking time to teach and practice your classroom morning routines can have a big pay off. Include morning work to help students settle in for the day.
Printable math games should have a place in your class as they provide practice that doesn’t feel like a chore. Here are 3 games to help make math fun.
Phonemic awareness is being able to recognize and manipulate individual phonemes in words. These activities for phonemic awareness will get you started.