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I LOVE this idea for the first month of school!!!! :) Great BB for back to school night!

The One with the Reveal

I did it. I said goodbye to the owls and chose a new theme for my classroom this year. I was a little nervous about it because it took me...

The Top 5 Free Typing Tutors: Exciting Ways to Learn and Practice Keyboarding

The Top 5 Free Typing Tutors: Exciting Ways to Learn and Practice Keyboarding

There are a variety of software programs and websites dedicated to typing, both subscription based and for free. Check out our top 5 FREE typing tutors below.

Classroom Rules Display! A gorgeous way to pick and choose your own rules, and display them with style in your classroom this year. Editable cards are included to create your own rules. $

Classroom Rules and Posters Bundle with Writing Activities, Readers and More!

Classroom Rules Display! A gorgeous way to pick and choose your own rules, and display them with style in your classroom this year. Editable cards are included to create your own rules. $

What the Teacher Wants!: iPad Teacher Club: Management

iPad Teacher Club: Management

I thought I'd share a little song I teach my students when we first get the ipads out at the beginning of the year! Maybe you can use it. I also use Heidisongs great rules poster that you can find {here}. Click {here} to download the song poster If you have a student who is really struggling with following the expectations and NOTHING seems to work? What about a Technology Treat (aka... iPad time!)? This behavior contract allows the student to earn stickers and once the chart is filled out…

The Book Fairy-Goddess: Digital Citizenship. She has a TPT unit on Digital Citizenship for elementary and shares how she did the lessons and activities. Great for starting back to school!

Digital Citizenship - Lessons by Sandy

We will be focusing on discussing Digital Citizenship over the next two weeks in the library, and how to be safe while on the internet. I created these posters and bookmarks quite a while ago to help teach the information to my students, and have a way to review them throughout the year. You can... Read more

12 Virtual Field Trips You Don't Want To Miss! by Create-abilities

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Schools are so lucky these days. We have millions of dollars to use, para-educators in every classroom, the most up to date technology and full parent support. Wait....I'm being told that none of what I just typed is true. Hmmm... so now what? If you were like my school, money was tight, parental support was limited, and technology was a foreign word. (I finally was able to upgrade my overhead projector with the transparencies about two years ago. No joke.) Because of tight funds and the…

computer lab bathroom passes...everyone would know where the kiddos need to be!

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FlapJack Educational Resources: Six Teacher Tips for Classroom Organization with the Evernote App

Six Teacher Tips for Classroom Organization with the Evernote App

Are you an Evernote fan? I absolutely love it. It has been a helpful tool to organize all of the chaos in my brain. If you've never heard of Evernote, it's a note-taking app and website that stores your notes in a database sort of manner. The best part is that it syncs across all platforms. You can access your notes from the computer, your smartphone, your iPad, etc., and it will all be there. To learn more about the basics of using Evernote, click here. As a teacher, I have found myself…

Our First Graders Share Their Favorite Picture Books By Creating Talking Avatars Using The Tellagami App

Children love the chance to explore, read, and share their favorite books. We often get so busy with all of the things we must teach them, this time is overlooked. In our library, I look for opportunities and creative projects to tie this natural love of reading into the time they spend with me. When we take the time to listen and respond to what they love to read, it is noticed. This is very important and essential as we help our children become life long readers. It creates an exciting…

Use these posters to launch a conversation about digital citizenship! They can be posted in the room as a constant reminder. There are also student notebook pages for students to complete.

Digital Citizenship Rocks

Use these posters to launch a conversation about digital citizenship! They can be posted in the room as a constant reminder. There are also student notebook pages for students to complete. Includes: 7 posters (8 x10) Bulletin Board letters "Digital Citizenship Rocks" Photos of finished display bo...

Scratch - Imagine, Program, Share - A terrific visual coding language perfect for introducing kids and teens to the world of coding

Scratch - Imagine, Program, Share

Scratch is a free programming language and online community where you can create your own interactive stories, games, and animations.

Technology Tailgate: QwertyTown- Keyboarding Fluency

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Keyboarding is an essential component of literacy for today's students. http://qwertytown.com/ QwertyTown is a modern web app. It pro...

Welcome To The Computer Lab!: Computer Lab Bulletin Board Schedule

Computer Lab Bulletin Board Schedule

I decided I wanted to have a different bulletin board for every month next school year so I have started planning now! Time goes SOOOOO fast once the school year starts. I want everything cut and ready for next years boards this summer. Ambitious? Yes, but I'm confident that if I devote a solid week to this during the summer it's doable. I just need to iron out some of the details. I created a guide for myself in Keynote after spending some quality time on Pinterest:) Click on the images…

Need something fun, yet educational for Black History Month? Need something for your students to research famous African Americans in history with all of the resources provided so you don't need to book the library or computer lab? Well, you'd better click on over to my blog today to see what I've got for you!! - Mrs. D

Mrs. D's Corner - teaching from the heart, not the books.

Black History Month craftivity that is powerful and engages students with influential African Americans throughout history in a history unit planned out for you.