Teaching With Terhune
I love my 10 drawer rolling cart organization bin! I actually have two of them in my classroom. These carts can be used to store so many great things! You can store supplies, colored papers, worksheets, teacher copies, and more! You can purchase these carts in multiple colors or in solid black or white. The drawers also come in two different sizes. This year I made these cute drawer labels. They fit perfectly on the front of both size drawers. Here are some pictures of my carts with the…
True Facts About The History Of Homework
Learning how to teach sight words is key to effective reading instruction. The protocol is the same for teaching first grade sight words, kindergarten sight words, or those for any grade level.
Visual Schedules Part 2: Pill Box & Reward Tool
Today’s post is the second part of a short series spotlighting clever uses for visual schedules in the church setting. In yesterday’s post, we showed how one special needs ministry uti…
Sight Words: When They Just Don't Stick
Sometimes readers have a hard time learning or remembering sight words. Understanding the development of word learning can help you teach your reader.
Here is some information in detail and short for people who DONT UNDERSTAND - I have 2 of my 4 children who have been diagnosed with ADHD by extended studies from dr with info from teachers to assist. It's different between both of them. These symptoms are right on!
How I Got 18 out of 23 Kids to Master 100% of Their Sight Words
Each year, as I am getting ready to assess my students for the last time, I do a quick assessment of the children’s sight word knowledge and CVC knowledge, and some key skills in phonemic awareness, etc. I also … Continue reading →
Post-A-Word: A Sight Word Scavenger Hunt
*This post contains affiliate links. I don’t know about your kiddos, but mine simply LOVE to play with Post-It Notes. Maybe it’s because they’re “off limits” to them most of the time. I can’t afford to buy them as play toys…they go through them WAY too fast! But just the other day, I integrated Post-It Notes into NJoy’s ... Read More about Post-A-Word: A Sight Word Scavenger Hunt
Marigold Mom - Smash Cake
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The Special Educator's Toolkit: Everything You Need to Organize, Manage, and Monitor Your Classroom
Amazon.com: The Special Educator's Toolkit: Everything You Need to Organize, Manage, and Monitor Your Classroom (9781598570977): Golden Ed.D, Cindy, Heflin, Juane: Books
New Teacher Tips-Summer Linky Party #2
I would like to start this out by apologizing to the first class I taught. College DOES NOT teach you how to run a classroom, not even c...
Classroom This and That with a FREEBIE
I gave a tour of my classroom before school started but there are a few things that I love that I'm doing this year that I wanted to share. First off the students were asked to bring headphones this year to use with the laptops that we have in the classroom. Last year we had a few students bring them in and we kept them in ziploc bags - but it was a disaster. Not happening this year! I bought an over the door shoe organizer from Target and added a few labels for the student's names and here…
Things to Do with Autistic Children in Kindergarten | LoveToKnow
Activities for an autistic child in kindergarten can be relevant and enjoyable for the entire class. One of the most important aspects of selecting activities is to consider the child's interests and strengths. The interests are naturally motivating and strengths offer opportunities for positive experiences. Consider some activities that may be appropriate for the entire class.
About 2 years ago my school 'adopted' the clip chart. Before this, I was using a stop light--and just had green, yellow, and red. At first ...