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If you are looking for extension ideas for using writing prompts in your upper elementary classroom, consider some of these fresh ideas! One of the observable traits of many great teachers is the ability to look at a situation or a resource and consider all the ways that moment or
If you want to make writing more fun in your upper elementary classroom this year, then you’ll want to take a look at these 5 ideas! When I was in school, I remember being told that someday we would write essays in high school using only pens and cursive. Well,
Building a classroom community may just be the most important thing that you do this school year. Back to school time is full of so many different lessons and activities…not to mention assessments, celebrations, and general get-to-know-yous. It is a time of the year that can be a bit stressful
If you are looking for back to school activities for upper elementary that keep kids engaged and go over important classroom information, then you’re going to love these classroom procedure charades. If we aren’t careful, back to school time can be a real bore for our students. It’s all about
Keep a great substitute teacher coming back with these easy and engaging ideas you can leave for a sub. A good substitute teacher is hard to find, so when you find a good one, you want to make sure you have all your systems in place to keep them coming
Use these video game inspired passages while you’re teaching text structure in upper elementary! Do you ever have that moment when you’re walking through a home improvement store or the dollar store, and you see something and think…I can see so many different ways to use that? Or… It’s like
Use these GIANT UNO cards in the classroom for all the things this year with these 8 fun, hands-on ideas. We are obsessing over these Giant Uno cards! There is just something about oversized toys and games that makes our hearts melt and minds race with ideas. In fact, I
Spiral concepts in upper elementary without becoming redundant or dull with these 5 fun activities! We often talk about spiraling concepts in upper elementary, and it is our belief that spiraling concepts help to promote long-term retention of skills and a deeper understanding of ideas and content. When we spiral
Teachers who use the end of the year to prepare for back to school can improve their time management and better balance out the school year. I have always loved the end of the school year. Not because I’m going into summer, or I get to part ways with some