Online Phonemic Awareness Games for EVERY Skill
Pre-readers and new readers will get lots of practice and repetition with these free online phonemic awareness games. There is one for every skill!
IEP Goal Bank | List of Measurable IEP Goals and Objectives | Printable
The Ultimate IEP Goal Bank! A list of IEP Goals and IEP Objectives separated by category or area of need; incl PDFs of IEP goals and how to write IEP goals.
5 Fun Short Vowel Activities That Only Take 5 Minutes - Learning at the Primary Pond
This post has 5 short vowel activities that are fun, low prep, and only take a few minutes to implement. And I've got FREE materials for you to download!
I posted two new products on TPT tonight! The first one is a set of Word Wall Words and the second is a packet of guided reading lesson plans. You can purchase these here! I was struggling to find lesson plans for my guided reading time, so I decided to create my own. These plans allow me to still use Deanna Jump's Guided Reading 101 Packet. They fit in with everything provided in her product and the two go perfectly together! Click here to Purchase this Product Well, That's it for now! I…
Learning Styles for Kids, 5 Steps to Discover the Best Types of Learning - Healthy Family and Me
Learning styles. Is there value in using them to educate my child? For sure, find out how to successfully educate your child with learning styles every day.
Fifth Grade Grammar: Prefixes, Roots, and Suffixes • Teacher Thrive
This unit includes everything you need to teach students how roots and affixes affect word meanings: PowerPoint mini-lesson, practice printable, sketch notes, assessment, and bonus interactive notebook activity. Perfect for 4th grade grammar standards.
22 organization tips and tricks for the classroom that will help teachers get organized and set-up their classroom! Tons of back to school tips to organize teaching materials, student work, books, and math supplies. Don't miss the FREE student labels! #classroomorganization #classroom #teacherfreebie #classroomdecor #classroommanagement
Cheat Sheets for Math, English, and More - Princess Pinky Girl
8 Great School Cheat Sheets - the kind you won't get in trouble for using! Handy charts and reference cards that will be really helpful for math homework + more.
12 Fun Ways to Teach Grammar in Your Classroom
Grammar Tips and Interactive Grammar Notebook Resource for Primary Teachers and Students. Includes nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, conjunctions, pronouns, articles, and prepositions.
Words Their Way: Resources and Ideas
This page contains resources, activities, and ideas for the Words Their Way program published by Pearson. You will find information for implementing the program in your class with suggested activities, materials and files that you can download.
Pocket Chart Stand: DIY 4 Sided Pocket Chart Stand
DIY 3 Sided Pocket Chart Stand - Directions and materials to buy at the blog post! Rather than spend $200 from a teacher catalog, you can make this for about $50
Snazzy title, right? Guess I'm not feeling too creative today. But that's okay, because I spent some quality time with my computer. Summarizing, like theme, isn't just something you can teach a unit on. You have to keep coming back and coming back and coming back. It all started with this pin on Pinterest: Source: rundesroom.blogspot.com via Megan on Pinterest I thought, WOW! How easy would it be to do this run down every time we read a book? Then I can easily hit summarizing over and over…
FREE Number Sense Technology Tools - Math Coach's Corner
Technology is a great way to engage students in learning. These FREE number sense tools help students develop deep understanding of numbers.
When Two Vowels Go Walking Posters
4 pages. Three posters with the most popular vowel digraphs that fit the "When two vowels go walking..." rule. Use them as anchor charts, or print the posters off for your students and have them write examples of words that they find that apply to this rule. These vowel posters a...
Chit~Chat Chart...OH YES!
You may have heard or seen this chart as a...blurt chart. My student teacher and I decided to call it a Chit~Chat Chart. There is a whole "lotta" chatting going on during large group, small group, and table learning time. Oh ya...Academic Free Choice is getting a little loud, too! We decided to use this Chit~Chat Chart to visually remind our students when it is appropriate to talk and not talk. Because...learning should be fun and it is not going to be fun if the teacher sounds…